Director & Founder
Actor, Writer and Facilitator David Mumeni trained at Drama Centre London. His acting credits include work with The Royal Court, The Donmar, Hampstead Theatre, The Bush and Cheek by Jowl. Television Credits include; Fearless (ITV), Fresh Meat, Damned (Ch4), PhoneShop, Drifters (E4), Love Nina (BBC) and Cuckoo (BBC3). Film Credits include; The Inbetweeners Movie, Noble, The Huntsman: Winters War, Lost In London, Mission Impossible 6 and Johnny English 3. Alongside his acting, David has worked regularly as a facilitator for over 10 years. Specialising in work with young people, he has worked in settings ranging from secondary schools to young offender institutes. This includes positions with Dream Arts and The National Youth Theatre (NYT), where David has been an associate since 2013 .Over the past three years, both through his work at NYT and in his own time, David has delivered audition technique classes and private tutition to over 100 young people, many from low-income backgrounds. Students tutored by David have received places at actor training institutions such as RADA, LAMDA, Drama Centre, Oxford, Rose Bruford and Guildhall.
Marsha is a highly experienced third sector marketing professional and project manager. She has worked on a number of high profile pieces of work for organisations as diverse as The Children’s Society, UCL and the TUC. Her Masters in Art Management focused specifically on the issues facing minority ethnic artists working in mainstream theatres. She also writes for Sable Litmag on issues related to access and diversity within the arts, most recently interviewing the Booker Prize winning author Marlon James.
Ruth Milne is Co-founder and Co-Artistic Director of Etch Theatre Company. Etch has received multiple Off West End nominations and represented Britain internationally. Ruth trained at The Royal Central School Speech and Drama and has worked as an actor with companies including the BBC, ITV, The Manchester Royal Exchange,The Lyric Hammersmith and The National Theatre of Scotland. She is currently an actor and group-worker at Geese Theatre Company.