Ana Mirtha Sariego


Ana Mirtha is a Spanish theatre artist living in London and Madrid. 

She has worked as a director, perfomer-deviser and puppeteer for several companies in Spain, U.S.A and the U.K such as Strange Attractor Theatre, Finger in the Pie, La Mirilla Teatro, No Time Teatro and Wet Picnic.

She graduated in Physical Theatre at the London International School of Performing Arts (LISPA).A two year Lecoq´s based and devising theatre program directed by Thomas Prattki. And has completed her studies with numerous circus ,butoh and contemporary dance workshops at The Circus Space, The Place and Karen Taft.


She has also trained with Norman Taylor (Lecoq), Lorna Marshall, John Nobbs(Suzuki Technique), Jacqui Carrol (Suzuki Technique), Vanessa Ewan (Laban), Richard Emmert (Teatro Noh), France Barbe (Danza Butoh), Song of the Goat and Frank Theatre among others.


                                                         Carlos Navarro Mesonero

Carlos graduated in Physical Theatre at the Mar Navarro y Andrés Hernández School in Madrid (a program based in the Lecoq pedagogy). He also studied Theatre of Gesture at RESAD (Real Escuela Superior de Arte Dramático) in Madrid, as well as Improvisation with Asura Teatro


As an actor, he has performed with different improvisation companies, such as Impromadrid, Asura Teatro, Los Impronunciables, Aramalan Teatro and Teatro Efervescente among others.


At the moment, he is a member of the Physical Theatre company No Time Teatro.

He has worked for a number of companies in Madrid, and has devised and directed the Physical Comedy show “Zappping!”, and the improvisational show “Las Noches del Papaya Club”.


As a teacher, Carlos has extensive experience teaching Mime, Pantomime, and Theatrical Improvisation. He has also taught creative theatre workshops for children in Primary Schools all over Madrid.

Nicolás Greco

Nicolás Greco is an Argentinian artist based in Buenos Aires and Madrid.

He graduated in Physical Theatre at the International School of  CABUIA (Buenos Aires),

a school program based in the Lecoq pedagogy and led by teachers such as Pablo López (LISPA, London), Pablo Gershanik (École, Paris), Heriberto Montalván, (LISPA, London), Giovanni Fussetti, (Helikos, Italy) and Pierrik Malenbranche (Compagnie Philippe Genty, Paris).

He continued his studies with Argentinian artists such as Omar Pacheco and Emilio Garcia Webhi.  With whom he deepened his investigation in the poetry of movement.


He co-founded the companies “BoomChapaDama” and Grupo “La N”, for which he worked as an Actor and Director from 2014 to 2017.

Ryan Murphy


Ryan trained at CIRCOMEDIA (Bristol) studying Contemporary Circus and Physical Performance, where he specialised in Physical Theatre and Juggling. He then studied at The National Centre of Circus Arts (London), then known as THE CIRCUS SPACE, where he graduated with a BA(Hons) in Circus Arts.

He has taught technical ground-based Circus Skills for many years, as part of Alchemy Productions, Circomedia, Tit for Tat and The Play People. As part of the Bristol City Circus teaching programme (based in St Pauls) Ryan has also given tuition in a wide range of disciplines, including Physical Theatre, Clown, Act Creation, Circus & Theatre Integration, Devising Technique, Static Trapeze and Acrobalance.

Ryan also teaches Masterclasses in Hat Juggling, Unusual Object Manipulation and Falling Over/Slapstick. In these classes, participants are encouraged and given tools to explore and create something unique from and for themselves.