Founders

 

JOE MULCRONE has performed on stage and in short films since the age of 9, with his first ventures into theatre at both the Merlin and Memorial Theatres in Frome, Somerset. Within film, he most notably starred in 'The Red Bike,' (dir. Andrew Steggall) which went on to win Best UK Short. Joe has also toured the UK with the 'Onatti' children's theatre company, worked with 'Secret Cinema' and is a regular performer with Copperdollar and their award winning show, 'The Back of Beyond'. He is the founder of Cat and Mouse Theatre whose notable works include Charlie Browns, a fully immersive 1920's Speakeasy [Boomtown Fair, Brixton East] and a talk/performance for the 'TEDx Courtauld Institute' event, 'Colouring Life'.

MERRY COLCHESTER has worked in a variety of performance forms: puppetry with ‘Colossal Crumbs’, interactive performance with “YouMeBumBumTrain’, ‘Secret Cinema’, ‘Copperdollar’; devised theatre with ‘Inconvenient Spoof’ & ‘Foul Play’, and has had over 20 film appearances, starring in the feature film ‘The Scandalous Four’ (2012).  He is co-founder of production company Gallivant Film and co-director of Cat and Mouse Theatre, specialising in interactive, immersive performance.