Joe Sellman-Leava & Worklight
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Contact: Joe Sellman-Leava
Joe Sellman-Leava is co-artistic director of Worklight, and the writer and performer of their new show Labels. Joe has worked with and for a multitude of artists and companies, as a writer and actor, for stage and screen since 2010. His work is informed by his interests in new writing, satire and poetry as well as visual art.
Worklight make new theatre which is deeply personal, politically charged and highly visual. Founded in Exeter in 2011, their debut show How to Start a Riot received critical acclaim and two awards during its Edinburgh Festival Fringe premiere and subsequent national tour. Their second show I Think I'm a Feminist also toured nationally.
Worklight’s third show, Labels - is written and performed by Worklight's co-artistic director Joe Sellman-Leava. It won Fringe First, the Holden Street Theatres' Edinburgh Award and was shortlisted for Amnesty International's Freedom of Expression Award. Worklight will be touring this show throughout 2015 and 2016, whilst beginning research and development on their next piece.