Page, Stage, Script – Sat 30 Sep – Biographies

Artists & programme
Sat 30 Sep, 7.30pm

Page, Stage, Script at Studio 3 Arts

Fri 29 Sep – programme

Sun 1 Oct – programme

Bradley Charles

Fun, energetic and dynamic, Bradley’s dance style is hard to miss. Bradley “Bradz” Charles has worked with some of the top commercial and underground artists in the entertainment industry over 18 years. He has performed with and choreographed for some of the UK’s leading dance companies, including; ZooNation (Into The Hoods, West End), Boy Blue Entertainment (Olivier Award-winning Pied Piper, Theatre Royal Stratford East), FLAWLESS UK (World Tour) and British Youth Music Theatre 2023.

He was previously Artistic Director for ZooNation Youth Company and is currently a ZooNation Associate Artist. Recent performances credits include: Mojisola Adebayo’s STARS (UK Tour) and Sylvia (Old Vic). As Choreographer: Black Tea (Commission by Studio 3 Arts) 4 WALLS (Derby Theatre). As Associate Choreographer: Hex (National Theatre, Directed by Rufus Norris). As Associate Choreographer and Dance Captain: Peter Andre Arena Tour (Choreographer: Gary Lloyd and Kenrick Sandy) and NDubs Arena tour (Choreographer: Michelle MDV). As Assistant Choreographer: Opening Ceremony 2012 Olympic Games (Choreographer: Kenrick Sandy), StreetDance 3D (First UK cinema released dance film, Choreographer: Kenrick Sandy).

Gail Egebeson

Gail is a multidisciplinary artist specializing in acting, writing, and comedy, with an impressive portfolio that includes commissioned works by renowned companies like Rabbits Road Library, Burn Bright, and Theatre Temion. She is also an alumnus of Mercury Playwrights.

Danny Bailey

Multidisciplinary Artist, originally from Hackney. Danny uses his Afro-Caribbean background as a creative vocabulary to challenge issues regarding race, sexuality, gender, faith and politics, through Playwriting, Performance, Film making, Digital Art and Community Building. He is also the founder of @ThePalaceOfTheDogs where he aims to put B(L)ACK Art into the centre of society.

Olivia Francis

I’ve been dancing for 16 years I started developing my dance within Hip Hop through choreography and freestyle. I studied contemporary dance and drama, which broadened my dance performance and skills. I joined Boy Blue and this is when I discovered my love for popping, animation and waving. My journey in dance has allowed me to touch many stages and theatres including Sadler’s Wells, Barbican Theatre, Rose Theatre, Latitude Festival, Queens Platinum Jubilee, the MOBO Awards, and work for Anne Marie, Black Sheriff, Stefflon Don, Channel 4 and BBC.