Sarah Creasey (Mother PUKKA!)
Sarah is the Boss! She is the Theatre School Manager and company Director.
Sarah has a background in Drama and Teaching and claims to hate the “little maggots” but we know it’s all an act!
Duncan is top tech guy and production. He is also a Director of the Theatre company and Husband of Sarah.
Duncan has a background in Electronics and Computing but also amateur dramatics and music. Kids run rings around him so he is NEVER allowed to teach! People think he is scared of Sarah, he is not…he is TERRIFIED!.
Sarah Hudson (Dance and Choreographer)
Sarah is a trained dancer and choreographer. She has been with PUKKA for so long she can never leave!
Sarah teaches in the main theatre school on a Saturday but also runs additional dance classes on Monday and Thursdays.
Chloe and Lowri (PUKKA Petites)
Chloe and Lowri were members of the Theatre School and have grown up with PUKKA.
They now look after the youngest PUKKA members and teach them early years dance, drama and singing in a fun environment.
Trystan Huw Clarke (Singing and Music)
Huw is an accomplished Singer and musician and works with the Theatre School children to learn harmony singing and improve their musical and performance skills.
Sophie Herrmann (Drama)
Sophie is an experienced drama teacher and director who has worked on a variety productions such as ‘Oliver!’ (RWCMD), ‘Alice in Wonderland’ (RWCMD), ‘Same’ (Salisbury Playhouse), ‘Blackout’ (Oxford North Wall Theatre), ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ (The Mill, Banbury) and ‘The Invisible Man’ (a devised production taken to The Edinburgh Fringe Festival). Sophie is currently an examiner for the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts (LAMDA) and is directing a National Theatre Connections play called ‘Stuff’ which will be performed in the Sherman Theatre this Easter. As a performer Sophie has also enjoyed performing in ‘Beauty and the Beast’ and ‘A Chorus Line’ at the New Theatre, Cardiff, and playing ‘Sarah Brown’ in ‘Guys and Dolls’ in the Everyman Summer Festival in Sophia Gardens.