Gilly is a freelance producer. She graduated from Glasgow University in 2006 with an MA in Hispanic Studies with a focus on political theatre in Barcelona under Franco.
Recent and current work includes BOOMBOX (Citizens Theatre), Susurrus and Long Live The Little Knife (Fire Exit/David Leddy), If These Spasms Could Speak (Robert Softley/The Arches), FLÂNEURS (Jenna Watt), The Incredible Adventures of See Thru Sam (Random Accomplice), Staging the Nation, Five Minute Theatre and The Last Polar Bears (National Theatre of Scotland), The Jean-Jacques Rousseau Show (A Play, A Pie and A Pint), Lifesaving and Backpacker Blues (Southside Studios).
Gilly did two two-week long “producer attachments” with the National Theatre Studio in London to develop the ideas behind Team Effort! She was the recipient of the 2012 FST Producer’s Bursary. She’s also worked as a graphic designer with ISO Design in Glasgow, the San Francisco Mime Troupe in California and McCann-Erickson in Barcelona.
Kim Beveridge – Digital Artist
Since graduating from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design in 2005, with a BA honors degree in ‘Time Based Art’ Kim has worked as a freelance digital artist, documentary film maker, video designer for live performance and sound artist.
She’s an associate artist with Tricky Hat Productions and work to date includes ‘Whatever Gets You Through The Night’, winner of Creative Scotland Best Theatre Award 2013 for the Arches, ‘The Missing Audio Journey’ a site-specific art installation for the National Theatre of Scotland at Tramway, ‘Roadkill’ a multi award winning sit specific piece of theatre for Pachamama Productions and Wall of Death, a collaboration with National Theatre of Scotland Stephen Skrynka, documenting his quest to learn to ride the Wall of Death with the world-famous Ken Fox Troupe.
Allan graduated from the University of Glasgow in 2008 with an honours degree in History of Art and completed his MLitt degree in ‘Art: Politics: Transgression: Twentieth Century Avant-Gardes’ in 2011.
His research interests are based widely around the theories and practices of avant-garde art and artists from 1900 to the present day, incorporating both visual and performance art. In particular he has placed an emphasis on exploring issues around masculinity, sexuality and the body in modern and contemporary art.
He has worked at The Lighthouse, Scotland’s Centre for Design and Architecture, for over four years and currently assists with the organisation and implementation of The Lighthouse’s creative programme of exhibitions and events.
Aside from a personal and professional interest in modern and contemporary art, he also has a Postgraduate Diploma in Journalism and Communications and assists with The Lighthouse’s Social Media and Marketing strategy.