PRODUCTION TEAM

ALICE SILLETT

Writer, Puppet Maker

 

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MADELAINE RYAN

​Director

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SHELLY ATTON
Designer, Puppet Maker

​After gaining her BA (Hons) In Drama from Lancaster University, Shelly went on to train as a Theatre Designer at Hope Street Ltd. in Liverpool. Shelly has designed for various production at Liverpool's Unity Theatre, as well as the 'Contacting The World' festival (Contact Theatre, Manchester), 'The International Children's Festival' (Trazbon, Turkey), Manchester Day Parade and The Liverpool Lantern Carnival.

Shelly has also enjoyed various public art commissions and is a dedicated workshop leader. Shelly recently collaborated with artist Matthew Roby on his 'Fateful Fable Of Thirteen' exhibition which is currently touring UK galleries and she is also working on her own collection of sculptures for exhibition.

Shelly generally likes getting messy amidst paint, clay, fabric and whatever other interesting objects happen to be lying around at the time. Unusual, quirky characters are her favourite thing to create, and so The Mermaid of Zennor is right up her street!