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'To Whom It May Concern' is an emerging writers night produced and directed by Salt Circle Productions. The one-hour show consists of monologues around different themes. Tonight’s theme is 'reclaim' and will be performed by brilliant London based actors.
This is an evening of letters that were never sent. A night of connection, re
volution and power as we hear the voices of 'us', the general public that is often overlooked.


Lucy Baylis

Caroline Kriesen

Phoebe Moore


Eleanor Kumar

Benjamina Albanese

Charlotte Small

With performances by Ailsa Dann, Kath Thickett, Imelda D’souza


Musical performer Meg Artherton

Directed by Timo Quarz, Anna Wellman, Shani Kantor, Craig Legg, Cameron Asa and Caterina Siano

Read about our previous 'TWIMC' here

Meet us after the show in the bar and meet up with fellow creatives.


14th March, 7:00pm at Etcetera Theatre, Camden

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Caroline Kriesen

Writer of 'Back to Bother Me'


Caroline Kriesen is originally from the States but moved to the UK to study musical theatre at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, and she has recently received a Global Talent Visa in theatre. At RCS, she wrote and performed a cabaret on the queer and mixed-race experience, which she is developing into a play. Prior to that project, she wrote and produced a web series, entitled Mock U, which was featured at the Leonard Bernstein Festival of Creative Arts. Caroline is passionate about the development of new work, particularly work that uplifts intersectionality and marginalized voices. Her writing focuses on race and sexuality, as well as loneliness. She is honored to be a part of such an exciting evening.

Phoebe Moore

Writer of ‘Dear Pricks'


Phoebe (she/her) is a writer/ performer and drama facilitator originally from Ireland and now based in London. With an MA in Applied Theatre from Goldsmiths, Phoebe is pursuing a career as a socially engaged artist and theatre maker. Phoebe's first stage play MaMa, a dark comedy, played in The Little Angel Theatre during the 2023 Camden Fringe Festival. Phoebe is a co-founder of Collateral Damage Ensemble (@collateral_damage_ensemble), a collective passionate about creating provocative, playful pieces of art to engage, inspire and question. She is drawn to theatre that doesn't shy away from challenging, bold subject matter. As an actor she most recently performed in Aoife Beaumont Howell's play Mammy Be Grand which premiered in the 2023 Peckham Fringe. A sense of fun, playfulness and provocation lies at the heart of Phoebe's practice.

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Lucy Baylis

Writer of 'Murmuration'


Lucy (she/they) is a theatre sound assistant who enjoys writing in her spare time. Originally from south Dorset, they are currently on tour with Hamilton and enjoy exploring new cities to gain inspiration. Lucy is excited to be part of another evening of new writers.

Eleanor Kumar

Writer and performer of ‘Bare'


Eleanor is a writer and actor, interested in creating new work that explores attachment theory, family dynamics and the UK fostering and adoption system. Since moving from Birmingham to London, and graduating with a BA Honours in Dramatic Arts, she has written, produced and performed in a play for The Bread and Rose’s Theatre. Currently, she is directing her new play ‘A Bit of Me’, that will be on at The Hope Theatre, March 17th and 18th (2024).

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Benjamina Albanese

Writer and performer of ‘Father's Day'


Benjamina Albanese is a Liverpool-based writer, performer and creative who explores themes of nature and identity fed by the roots of queerness, disability, and heritage. A passionate gentle activist, she’s committed to sustainability, accessibility, and being weird. Her first play, Beyond the Frame, is in development and had its first outing to a sell-out audience at the Unity Theatre in 2022, including integrated audio description, BSL, and an almost fully queer and neurodiverse/disabled cast and crew. Her debut poetry chapbook is due to be released by Written Off Publishing in 2025.

Charlotte Small

Writer and performer of ‘Helen of Troy'


Charlotte is an early career comedy writer/actor  originally from Cramlington in Northumberland but now with bases in London and Durham. Her first professional commission was 'Angela' for Alphabetti Theatre where it won their Write and Response programme for Sugar Baby by Alan Harris. The full length version was produced by Alphabetti and performed in November 2023 for three weeks. Her first full length show,  'Maggie Maggie Maggie', was shortlisted for Silent Uproar’s 2021 script writing competition.

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Along with those performing their own written pieces, we welcome the following performers:


Ailsa Dann

Performer of 'Dear Pricks'

Ailsa (she/her) is a Scottish actor and recent graduate of the MA Performance (Acting) course at Mountview. Since graduating, she has been writing and performing her own work - recently taking part in Kaleidoscope Festival with her work-in-progress piece, 'Masquerade in HD'. Credits whilst training include 'Dance Nation', 'Richard II', and 'Playing the Game'. 

Kath Thickett

Performer of 'Murmuration'

Hiya, I'm Kath. I'm a queer non-binary actor and theatre-maker, I'm from the midlands and currently live in Brighton. I graduated from Mountview a couple of years ago and since then have been busy making and performing my show, HERsterical, starring in BBC doctors and, mostly recently, working on a new show with my non-binary theatre company, Five Straight Men. 

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Imelda D'souza

Performer of 'Back to Bother Me'


Imelda D'souza is a British South Asian Actor based in London. Her dream of becoming an actor began on a Camden Summer University Course with RADA in 2010, and since then she has trained at several arts institutes in London, the Identity School of Acting being another and currently The Actors Class with Mary Doherty. She has experience in Theatre as well as Screen. Credits include London Film Academy Short "Send Noodz (please)", Margaret & The Watch in “Much Ado About Nothing” at Century Theatre Coalville, and the one-woman play “Rewritten” as part of Mountview Catalyst Festival. 

Med Artherton

Musical Performer

Meg Artherton is a Norfolk actress, vocalist and theatre practitioner based in Peckham. She is currently in her third and final year of studying at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts on the BA Acting course. Meg has been involved in many productions both in Norfolk and London. Her most recent credits include: Private Lives by Nöel Coward directed by Ben Nash at the Sheringham Little Theatre Summer Rep, Ghosted by James McDermott directed by Marcus Romer, BLINK by Phil Porter directed by Simon Thompson and many more. Thank you for coming support new and emerging creatives!



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Caterina Siano

Director of 'Dear Pricks'

Caterina (she/her) is a multidisciplinary creative from Naples, Italy.
She started her career as a performer in Rome, she then moved to London, where her commitment to playwriting and theatre-making grew and evolved. Caterina currently directs and facilitates theatre-making with young people devising new pieces and working on published plays. She is member of the National Youth Theatre and is part of the Young Vic’s professional development programme, Fresh Direction. In her craft, Caterina enjoys investigating themes of belonging, identity and what it means to b
e a human today, eager to depict the complexity and the contradictions of the times we live in.

Anna Wellman

Director of 'Bare'


Anna (she/they) is a director based in London. She has worked on various directing projects at both the Windsor and Edinburgh Fringe and is the artistic director of Blah Blah Theatre. Anna is so excited to be working with the wonderful company of people involved in To Whom It May Concern!

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Craig Legg

Director of 'Helen of Troy'


Craig (he/they) is a queer, Welsh Director currently studying at Mountview Theatre Arts for a MA in Theatre Directing.
They have just directed ‘Your Call is Important to us’ at the Riverside Studios as part of their Bitesize Festival.
Prior to starting Mountview,
Craig directed ‘A Super Happy Story (about feeling super sad)' for the One Act Play Festival where the play represented Wales in the British Final at the MAC theatre in Belfast. Craig also assisted Scott Le Crass on 'Thirsty', a play by Stephanie Martin at the Vaults Festival 2023.

Timo Quarz

Director of 'Back to Bother Me'


Timo is an actor, director and puppeteer with previous experience directing his own short ‘Noise’ (Little Angel
Theatre), as well as working as a workshop facilitator in association with Unsettled Theatre. His directing work is highly
informed by movement and space, previously having worked and trained with companies like NYT, Frantic
Assembly, The Pappy Show and Temper Theatre.

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Shani Kantor

Director of 'Murmuration'


Shani is an emerging director and choreographer, who is currently part of graduate company ‘Be the Drama’ as a director and company movement director. As a queer artist, they are so excited to be directing a piece exploring gender identity alongside a wonderful line up of other artists.

Cameron Asa

Director of 'Father's Day'


Cameron Asa is a transmasc director, writer and film-maker from London who works extensively with new queer storytelling. He is the founder of a trans theatre collective and started his career in producing numerous productions for Camden Fringe Festival. He also works with Goldsmiths, University of London to facilitate workshops and events for young queer people.

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Elysia Beaumont


Grainne Robson

Cat Addens

Special thanks to Etcetera Theatre and to everyone who has bought tickets to previous To Whom It May Concerns!

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