Look Left Look Right
Look Left Look Right is an award winning site specific, interactive and documentary-theatre company who make vivid performances though the use of site and text. The company formed in 2005. Their first production Yesterday Was A Weird Day, Reflections on July 7th 2005 enjoyed rave reviews and sell out runs at the Edinburgh Fringe and Battersea Arts Centre.
In 2008 the company created The Caravan, a verbatim play staged in a real caravan about the UK floods of 2007. The show premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe, winning a Fringe First award and then transferred to The Royal Court Theatre before going on a National tour of the UK, supported by Arts Council England and The Environment Agency. In 2010 the company developed Counted? a documentary play about the 2010 UK Elections. The site-specific show was a co production with The Roundhouse and opened in London’s County Hall before going on a National tour, supported by ACE and Theatre Royal Plymouth. You Once Said Yes premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2011 winning a Fringe First and Total Theatre Award and was further commissioned by the London Roundhouse, the Manchester Lowry and The Nuffield Theatre, Southampton. In 2012 LLLR developed Not Another Musical for Latitude Festival and NOLA – a documentary play about the BP Oil Spill, which premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe in August 2012.
Founder and Artistic Director of Look Left Look Right she has directed across a variety of projects outside of her work with LLLR including working with Coney and most recently as Associate Director on Epidemic, Old Vic New Voices. She has also worked as an assistant producer for ITV and the BBC and has won an RTS award for a documentary about 9/11.
Morgan Lloyd Malcolm
Theatre credits include Belongings (Hampstead Theatre and Trafalgar Studios, Whatsonstage.com Best New Play Award Nominee, Evening Standard Most Promising Playwright Nominee), You Once Said Yes (Underbelly and Roundhouse, Fringe First Winner and Total Theatre Award Winner) Jack and The Beanstalk, Dick Whittington, Aladdin, Cinderella (Lyric Hammersmith), Platform and Epidemic (Old Vic Tunnels), Suddenlossofdignity.com and Fifty Ways To Leave Your Lover(Bush). Fanny and Madge, Maybe We Could, 13 O’Clock, The Receptionists and TimeTripppers (Trippplicate; various Edinburgh and London fringe venues). Television credits include School Of Comedy (E4) and Hotel Trubble (BBC1).
Actor and writer and formerly part of of comedy trio Trippplicate, with whom she co-wrote and performed five Edinburgh shows, winning nominations for the Dubble Act Award and The Writers Guild Best Comedy Award as well as a place on the BBC Comedy College. Writing credits include CBBC’s Hotel Trubble, E4′s School of Comedy and Scallywagga for BBC. Katie co-wrote You Once Said Yes with Morgan Lloyd Malcolm for Edinburgh Festival 2011, winning a Fringe First and a Total Theatre Award for Innovation and Experimentation. Katie’s first stage play After Him recently had a reading at Soho Theatre in April 2012. As an actor Katie has appeared in The Crimson Petal and the White, Ashes to Ashes, Him & Her, Boy A, and Green Wing as well as featuring in plays at the National Theatre and The Bush Theatre. She can currently be seen in BBC3’s army comedy Bluestone 42.
Joanna Scotcher received the Whatsonstage ‘Best Set Designer’ Award for her site specific design of The Railway Children, which went on to win the Olivier award for Best Entertainment in 2011.
Joanna completed her design training with the Royal Shakespeare Company. As well as the theatrical stage, her design projects have taken her from sets for fashion editorials to live television. Her work now specialises in promenade and site responsive design, inhabiting spaces from the epic to the intimate.
Her recent design work has been exhibited at the V&A Museum’s ‘From Gaga to Gormley’ exhibition. Her immersive series of installations ‘House of Cards’ can currently be seen at Kensington Palace having been commissioned as part of the Jubilee re-opening in 2012.
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