Team - Lee Brennan

At the tender age of 8, Lee knew creativity would play a large part in his life. Lee has worked extensively throughout the North West, within theatre and digital arts, strategic project management and event management, both logistically and creatively.

“What is the most important ingredient in your stone soup” 

To always find the Positive in everyone and every situation. Life has taught me that everyone is on a different journey, and a simple human outlook to try and focus on the positives of an individual or experience, can only bring constructive changes into your life and make them brighter and happier.

 “If you had to preserve one story in a time capsule for your children, what would it be and why?”

Each Peach Pear Plum by Allan Ahlberg and Janet Ahlberg, it holds a dear place in my heart. As a child growing up, I remember both of my parents, reading it to me but more so the beautiful illustrations. The book has a magical element, which allows you to be immersed in the fantasy world and beyond that, you can use your imagination to create, explore and understand the narrative further.   

"What's your guilty pleasure"

To some this won’t come as a surprise, but I do love Musicals and have done for a very long time. (As my fellow thesp friends shake their head) My first memory of theatre was seeing a musical, and was transported to a different world, combined with my Grand Parents, listening to big band / orchestrated music…..what do you expect. I will boast having the largest musicals playlist on Spotify!! Ha.

"In three words, how would your family and friends describe you" 

Creative, Patient & Caring

Meet the Team

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Claire Ryan - Company Director

Claire has completed training in Dance and Movement therapy, Playback theatre and has a Masters in Dramatherapy from the University of Derby. Claire has also attended extensive training in conflict resolution, child protection and PTSD.

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Simon Sullivan - Company Director

Simon trained at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, before gaining a Postgraduate Diploma in Education from the University of Bolton. He also has a Foundation Certificate in Youth and Community work from Bolton College.

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