Gareth Rees-Wells

Gareth Rees-Wells (garf) likes people, he has been fascinated by people (inc himself) from a young age, observing people and social science. Often found talking and looking in a mirror from an early age he would question how what where when and why?

He progressed this interest into acting and directing as a teenager creating various sketches during his attendance at EYPA and Sullivan's stage school performing in shows and musicals for over 10 years. Later he went on to perform in half a dozen shows and musicals with The Essex Group including full monty playing (Ethan) and Oliver Twist playing (Mr. Sowerberry). He also performed ina chorus of disapproval with Stock operatic 


Later Gareth graduated from the University of East London in Theatre studies developing his understanding of the acting process, world theatre, creative writing and performing the archive.

After years on foot working various jobs and meeting characters from around the Globe Gareth began taking and collecting photographs and writing stories to which he later plans to adapt for screen and stage.


Gareth became a member of the Directors cut in 2017 completing his Fourth term in 2019

He worked as a supporting artist for 7 years with BBC, ITV, 40D, Pinewood, Warner and Shepperton studios


Active: acting for tv and film recently completing his 5th short film which received an award at the London short film festival 2019

Co-founder and Facilitator for offthe_page workshops and events


Am i an Actor

Agne Somaticas

5Rhythms is a dynamic movement practice – a practice of being in your body – that awakens creativity, connection, and community. Somatic Practice – somatics teaches us to use awareness as a guide to improving mental, physical and emotional health. These two movement art forms are connected as both practices inspire us to experiment with our bodies by revisiting our emotions, feelings, personal journeys, and experiences. This workshop invites everyone to reconnect with your body and mind: re-visit, reflect, remind ourselves how our bodies have been constructed and why we move certain way'

Agne studied in Lithuania learning various ways of creating solo performance. Attended Music School. Become part of Contemporary and Hip Hop Dance School. She was also part of the folk group (dance and singing) since she was 5 years old. Since she moved to the UK, she graduated from the University of East London with the Undergraduate Degree in Community Arts Practice, where she would create short documentaries, study dance, theatre studies and arts management, community-based projects. Her personal interest is short film making in the realm of dance and movement, somatic practice education and 5 Rhythms.

Giovanna Rumma

AmIaSinger help people that need a strong structure to enjoy life. This workshop is suitable for anyone and everyone to strengthen the connections of their voice and body with a short series of sessions will help to connect more actively with your breath and body, the foundations of your voice and creativity.

Giovanna Rumma is a Singer. Singing is her life force. From the piano bar, to the opera and musicals, to coaching. After obtaining a master's degree in EVT he began studying the power of sound vibration and song connected to the body and spirit. She attended seminars Yoga of Sound, shamanic singing, Healing Sound. Her work is focused on the power of the voice as a means of liberation, emotional expression and mental efforce. 

Is very important to increase the energy in our body through the pleasure and the joy of life: play and enjoy every moment'.

Silvana Maimone

Silvana is a London based actor, singer, performance deviser/improviser and facilitator, with many years’ experience working in a live and recorded performance. She trained both in London, at Ecole Philippe Gaulier, and prior to that at the John Bolton Theatre School in Melbourne, Australia. That training included Physical Theatre, mask, clowning, and collaborative devising'.


Along with performing in various shows and films, she also creates her own work and collaborates with others to devise performances. She has worked in traditional theatre settings as well as one to one interactive pieces, immersive and site specific theatre and walk about performances.

'Through play we make discoveries. During play, we are in the moment, we are real, we react with honesty, we connect. This workshop is about finding the play and joy of using our imaginations to allow us to start creating characters and worlds that entertain and absorb.'

Eva Eklof Morkeset

Throughout the workshop, we will - work with fun group exercises to develop self-esteem, creativity, flexibility, storytelling, and spontaneity. Work on self-exploration and communication. Learn some vital techniques that actors use, including voice work and physical exercises to develop voice and body awareness, both in life and on stage. Understand how to use your own experiences to develop a character. Work on scenes we crate ourselves or from theatre and film.

Actress and drama teacher. Trained in Copenhagen (Scandinavian Teaterskole) and England (Lee Strasberg and RADA). Worked 12 years as a freelance actor in London. Founded and was artistic director for Comeinandsitdown, a theatre company producing mainly contemporary work. Moved to Norway in 2001 and worked there as a freelance actor; the last two years playing the title role in “Mother Courage”, touring Norway and Russia,  and “Oda, A Hell of a Woman”, a one-woman show, touring Norway and Spain. Had a main part in the Spanish/Norwegian feature film “Frost”.

'I have a great passion for teaching and performing, and that has been my main line of work for the last twenty five years. Although most of my teaching work has been in Norway, I started out teaching in London and worked here as a freelance drama teacher for several years in combination with my acting work'

Julie Havelund-Willett & Agnese Lanza

Agnese Lanza and Julie Havelund-Willett are London-based Dance Artists from Italy and Denmark, both trained in contemporary dance and working as dancers, teachers and choreographers.

Inter Pares Project launched in November 2013 as part of a residency at S P A C E @ Clarence Mews, London. Since then, the work has been performed in different venues in the UK and Italy. Inter Pares Project has held international residencies and taught workshops to a wide range of participants. We are exploring different ways of engaging the body in physical activities, which generate choreographic material. The focus is on the act of describing, listening, watching and remembering. Without adding any narrative or emotive layers, we aim to discover a sense of authenticity in the body and the focus.



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