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Laura Bradshaw, Lorna Duguid, James Gardner, Nic Green, Claire Halleran, Trent Kim, Eilidh MacAskill, Lynfryn MacKenzie, Ruth Marsh, Thom Scullion, Robert Walton, Murray Wason, Jodie Wilkinson

Laura Bradshaw Deviser and Performer

Laura Bradshaw graduated from BA (Hons) Contemporary Theatre Practice at RSAMD in 2005. She now works as a freelance performer and is based in Glasgow. Since graduating she has performed with Pacitti Company, LisaLouise, Fish & Game, Nic Green and Uninvited Guests.

Lorna Duguid Producer

James Gardner Production Technician

Nic Green Deviser and Performer

Nic Green is a performance practitioner based in Glasgow.  Her work spans solo performance and group shows, as well as community-based projects with people of all ages, in a variety of contexts. Her work is concerned with the understanding of herself and humankind in relation to specific things, places, animals, ecosystems and politics and how this becomes relevant to broader, more universal ideas about what it means to be a human in today’s world.  Nic strives for her work to be accessible in form and applicable in content, resulting in broad social inclusion and involvement.  

Nic has shown solo projects at the CCA (Glasgow), Method Lab festival (Manchester), NRLA (Glasgow), BAC (London), The Arches (Glasgow) and Exeter Phoenix as well as working on performances with Junction 25, Grace Surman and Lisa Louise.  She has also led both small and large scale devised projects with groups of young people in and around Glasgow and West London.

‘…the buoyant Nic Green.’ Mary Brennan, The Herald

‘…style, grace, and a fine, playful poetic energy with enough charm and presence to light up a city.’ Joyce Mcmillian, The Scotsman

‘Witty, and likeably absurdist.’  Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard

Claire Halleran Designer

Claire Halleran, graduate of Glasgow School of Art and Master of Fine Art, Queen Margaret University College. Her design credits include Ballerina Ballroom, Cinema of Dreams (Nairn) The Littlest Christmas Tree (macrobert arts centre) Beneath You, Spider Girls are Everywhere!, Mouth of Silence, Brazil 12 -  Scotland 0 (Birds of Paradise) Otter Pie (Fish & Game) The Art of Swimming (Playgroup)  Oedipus The King (National Theatre Of Scotland Young Company) The Ceilidh Tree, The Puzzle (Giant Productions) Hinterland (RSAMD Youthworks) My House (Starcatchers) The Vinegar Doll, I Love You Numb, Such is Nature (Cat In A Cup) and numerous shows with the Lyceum Youth Theatre. Claire has also worked with Suspect Culture on Lament, One.. Two…, 8000m, Static, Stellar Quines, Benchtours, Theatre Workshop, Wee Stories, Grid Iron and The Gaelic Arts Agency.

Claire is currently designing ‘Rudolf’ at the macrobert arts centre this Christmas.

Trent Kim Lighting Designer

Trent Kim studied stage lighting design at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh throughout his BA and MA, and currently attends the research degree programme at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, Glasgow.

Trent began studying theatre and directing in his native South Korea, but soon he moved onto production management, stage management, and then firmly settled on stage lighting design. His recent design credits include “Hinterland”, “Otter Pie” and “Panic Diary”.

Eilidh MacAskill Artistic Director of Fish & Game, Deviser and Performer

Eilidh MacAskill is co-Artistic Director of Fish & Game and is very excited to be taking Otter Pie on the road. As part of her work with Fish & Game, she is best known for her 365-day cult performance extravaganza, ‘Eilidh’s Daily Ukulele Ceilidh’, in which she created some sort of ukulele act for every day of the year and travelled to London, New York and even Inverurie. Recently branching out into stand-up comedy, Eilidh can regularly be seen at The Stand comedy clubs in Edinburgh and Glasgow. She delivers education and storytelling workshops at Kelvingrove Museum and has worked as a freelance performer for Mischief La-Bas, The Fete Encounter, and Patricia Portela among others. She would like to thank Jesus for choosing her as a sunbeam.

Lynfryn MacKenzie Production Manager

Ruth Marsh Press & Marketing

Ruth Marsh is a freelance arts marketer based in Glasgow. Following three and a half years as Assistant Marketing Officer for the Magners Glasgow International Comedy Festival (the largest event of its kind in Europe) she has worked in a Press and Marketing capacity for Fish & Game, The Assembly Rooms and EdCom8, where she helped co-ordinate press for thirteen acts at the 2008 Edinburgh Fringe, including If.comedy winner David O’Doherty. She is also Food & Drink editor for The Skinny Magazine and has written copy for clients including, The Stand Comedy Club and Edinburgh Winter Festivals Magazine. Feel free to email if you’d like to discuss working together.

Thom Scullion Education Officer, Deviser and Performer

Thom Scullion is an artist working in performance and applied drama. Thom has performed, devised and directed contemporary performance. He has also worked in educational and community contexts with Scotland-based companies Glas(s) performance and as an associate artist in a National Theatre of Scotland LEARN project.

Alongside the Winter tour of Otter Pie, Thom has been running workshops for young theatre-makers throughout Scotland, to further explore ideas of identity and happiness in the 21st Century.

Robert Walton Artistic Director of Fish & Game, Director of Otter Pie

Robert Walton trained as a theatre maker at Dartington College of Arts (England), Hoogeschool voor de Kunsten Utrecht (The Netherlands) and TheaterForumKreuzberg (Germany).  In 2001 Robert co-founded Reader Performance Group ( and took a central role devising and performing in each of the group’s 15 performance projects until Reader’s dissolution in 2005.  Robert has also worked on numerous national and international projects most notably with PANTHER (Melbourne), Alice Hui-Sheng Chang (Taiwan),  The Strange Names Collective (Manchester) and The Vacuum Cleaner (London).  In 2005 Robert co-founded Fish & Game ( with long-term collaborator Eilidh MacAskill and is the company’s director. 

As a teacher Robert has given performance making workshops across the UK, in Europe and Australia.  He is now Lecturer in Contemporary Performance Practice at The Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama.

Robert is also a professional programmer and technology consultant and has been developing New Work Network's website ( since 2004.

Murray Wason Deviser and Performer

Murray Wason is 25 years old and makes performance work in Glasgow. He collaborates with other artists on group performances and is a versatile performer and devisor. Beyond normal settings such as studio theatres he has performed in steel containers, bars, clubs, high streets, parks, theatres and shopping centres.

In his solo work Murray has made performances based around notions of masculinity which usually involve high-energy physical activity and abstracted texts. His most recent solo work The Last Drop recieved wide critical acclaim:

"Wason has a charismatic stage presence, vocal quality and literary talent that disarms an audience within seconds." Kelly Apter, The Scotsman

"Wason is like a human kaleidoscope: he shakes himself into different moods and guises - is compelling in every one - while delivering a text that makes potent poetry out of the commonplace and banal" Mary Brennan, The Herald

Jodie Wilkinson Deviser and Performer

Jodie is an artist based in Glasgow.  She graduated with a degree in Contemporary Theatre Practice from RSAMD in 2005. Her practice encompasses education as a drama facilitator, performance and directing.

This year Jodie was commissioned by the Red Cross and RSAMD to create a new work exploring asylum and immigration for Glasgow’s young people.  She has directed work shown at the The Arches (Oh What a Shame, co-directed with Nic Green) and the CCA (part of a 4 week residency with performance collective BarArt).  And this year was dramaturg for Violent Night in Arches Live!

Jodie seeks to collaborate with dynamic and challenging artists to create live performance and has worked with, amongst others, New Moves International, Mischief la Bas, Grace Surman and Black Market International.