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About Us.

Georgie Berry

“The different between try and triumph is a little umph” 

I’m Georgie - a creative, enthusiastic, quirky individual and gender stereotype breaker. I am the doer, the manual labourer and risk taker. I was born and bread in Newport and have so much passion and love for my home city, it’s not as shitty as people might think it is... 

I come from a background of events and entertainment, working onsite to set up large scale events, indoor and outdoor in all weathers! I’m an all rounder within Tin Shed Theatre but you will never see me on the stage; I focus on the production and technical side of things, from behind the scenes, whilst enjoying all the magic and seeing all your happy faces! Tin Shed Theatre is a fantastic team of creative people and I am so proud to be a part of the journey.

George Harris

Artistic Director

George Harris is a freelance creative producer and Artistic Director of Tin Shed Theatre Co. specialising in making multi scaled site responsive and immersive theatrical work. Georgina is also a skilled community facilitator and is co-founder of a number of community arts provisions. She has worked and trained to identify local community stakeholders and larger partnership organisations to support the work of Tin Shed and continues to integrate her passion as an Artistic Director into her creative producing skills. 

"I like to think of myself as a connector first and foremost. The creative linkage between people and place. My life blood as a creative is to surround myself with interesting collaborators, pulling together skills, initiating conversation and using these key elements to extract the story we want to tell. I think thats all we're ever doing really isn't it? Telling stories. For me its the artistic vision of the how and the where, forming lasting bonds to make art and culture the vehicle for social change and lasting social infrastructure” 

Naomi Underwood

Emerging Creative Producer

My name is Naomi Underwood. I am a creative producer, production manager, theatre-maker and all round creative and am thrilled to be joining the board for Tin Shed Theatre Co. 

I have worked with Tin Shed Theatre Co. as a freelancer for over 8 years, working as an actor and stage manager. I am super excited to embed myself within the company even more and look forward to creating more exciting work!

When I’m not working and cooking up some wonderful outdoor art, I can usually be found eating out and socialising or sat at home watching The Real Housewives of every single state in America!

Nyla Webbe

My name is Nyla Webbe I am a creative arts development officer for G-Expressions, I am an amateur actress and writer, just starting to build a career for myself. I have a love for performing and entertaining, I have done since a child. I have done lots of shows growing up, at the moment I write, direct, and teach drama for young people. I want to go on to be a professional in the creative industry but right now I am enjoying building skills and networking as well as sharing knowledge. I am happy to be a trustee and sit on the board of Tin Shed Theatre company as I love what they do and would like to be a part of helping them grow and connect with a wider audience.

Bertie Harris

I’m Bertie. 

I am a freelance creative working as a performer and puppeteer. My work specialises in site responsive, immersive and outdoor performance. 

I have been lucky to have seen Tin Sheds journey from the very beginning. 
Over the years I have worked with them closely on a variety of projects and productions as a performer, deviser, helper and maker. Such as, touring to festivals in Le Flea Du Cirque, to working as Assistant Designer/Puppetry Director on their production of Moby Dick. Through work with Tin Shed I have also worked closely with Newport communities, schools and ‘Hatch’, their Youth Theatre group.

My many memorable experiences with Tin Shed have been invaluable in my growth and development as a freelance creative working in the arts

Bob Condick

Bob Condick, He does lights. He does Sound when NASA couldn’t get a good photo of the moon because it was too dark, who did they call? That’s right they called Bob! When the we light at the back of bobs Mams fridge went out, who did she call? That right she called bob! He was born a baby in Cardiff and has since become a man in Newport. In January 2016 bob created Ble Mae Productions and has in recent years worked on both small local community theater to lighting at some of the largest festivals and events in the UK. He has also toured theatre shows across the Uk, Europe and the UAE, in the last few months bob has worked on Dr Who, Bluedot Festival, Ynot Festival and Boardmasters. He is delighted to be undertaken this version of Moby Dick and to be working with Tin Shed Theater on another fantastically ambitious project.

Jeremy Linnell

Hi, I'm Jeremy; a theatre maker, writer and performer. My preferred title is professional idiot. I believe everyone is an artist, art is for everyone and being creative is an act of radical empathy. I spent 5 years with Hijinx theatre training neurodiverse actors and making work with them. I also sat on the panel for National Theatre Wales TEAM.  I create grungy, dangerous, uncomfortable bouffon-inspired work that uses wild audience interaction to enhance storytelling. Tin Shed Theatre is a company I’ve had the pleasure to work with many times in the past and it’s an honour to support their future as member of their board.

Aled Wyn Thomas 

Shwmae! My name is Aled and I’ve been a part of the creative community in South Wales for over 10 years. In this time I have collaborated with companies like National Theatre Wales, BBC Cymru, Kitsch & Sync and (of course) Tin Shed Theatre Co. 

My writing is inspired by human experiences, emotional connections and my other main passion in life - football.  

As a performer, I’ve appeared in productions at The Other Room, Wales Millennium Centre and Sherman Theatre. 

My television credits include Y Prîs, Caerdydd, Rownd a Rownd and Pobl y Cwm.

I make short films with my partner Branwen under the monicker Ffilm Bach-a-Mawr. We are inspired by small stories with big ideas, the study of identity, language and social trends. 
We also like to piss around in wigs from time-to-time in honour of our musical heroes from yesteryear. 

Tin Shed Theatre means a lot to me. Aside from giving me an immeasurable amount of experience, as a creative, I am continually impressed and inspired by their work and take immense pride in still being part of their strange and beautiful world.

Fez Miah


Newport Based Video director and teacher, explorer, maker and creator. 

Fez is the co-founder of G-Expressions, Sofa Stage Wales and Co-Director at Urban Circle. 

Fez is responsible for most, if not all of the wonderful filmed and photographed content on our site. 

If the picture is rubbish, fez probably didn't take it. 

Justin Cliffe

Justin is a South Wales based Artist working across multiple forms as an individual, a collaborator and as one third of the original Tin Shed Theatre Co.

Justin laid the foundations of TSTC and assisted in the curation and development of its artistic and collaborative work and vision. He has since branched out to work on his own practice, but often returns to work with the company as an associate director. 

He is also a freelance workshop facilitator specialising in working with children and young adults exploring their lives through devised theatre making, autobiographical story performance, and creative/experiential learning.

Associate Director

Luana Dee

Hi, I’m Luana, a performer and clown workshop facilitator. My experience and interest is working with community theatre, dance and circus groups, where professionals and non-professionals share their creativity together.
My approach to clowning is practical it’s about being your authentic self in the moment - essential for all human interaction. 

I hold clowning as a social playground for our humanity.

At other times I am a playworker with children in a registered after school club where children’s free play is our mission.

I joined Tin Shed Public Theatre Group as a volunteer on the production of Moby Dick and since then I’ve been involved in Big Skies and Happenus projects.

I am chuffed to be on the Board of Tin Shed Theatre helping the Company to continue to sew creative seeds for the future.

Josh Davis

Josh is a graphic designer, web developer, sound tech and big top erector.

Although Josh isn't a performer you may have seen him dressed up at festivals sound teching or loading the van.

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