A little bit about us…
Lunabug are committed to creating high quality theatre for all the family to enjoy. We share our stories with the audience by leading them gently through a magical journey. We create a beautiful blend of visual imagery and original sound design, which is all combined with our playful brand of physical storytelling.
Who are Lunabug Theatre?
Naomi Rothwell – Co-Artistic Director
Naomi is the co-founder of Lost Spectacles Theatre Company and co-creator of their acclaimed show Lost in the Wind. The show won two awards at NSDF, including the Judge’s Award for Creative Collaboration and went on to achieve a sell out run at Edinburgh 2008, with a successful National and International tour in 2009.
Spellbinding throughout… A bold, enchanting piece of physical theatre that marks Lost Spectacles as a serious prospect for the future. (The Scotsman on Lost in the Wind)
An utterly enchanting journey into the realms of pure magic… This is theatre at its best… (British Theatre Guide on Lost in the Wind)
Aside from her work on The Dreams of Philomina, Naomi has also recently worked on work in development Outer as co-creator with Fionn Gill. This was supported by Ferment at the Bristol Old Vic, Parabola Arts Centre and The Carriageworks
Naomi also works as a workshop facilitator across Yorkshire, and as a performer for Pif-Paf Theatre Company.
Beth Caudle – Co-Artistic Director
Beth is a performer and musician. She co-created Boy Who Cried Theatre’s Little Red Riding Hood at Edinburgh 2006 and performed in Frankly Robert Production’s sketch show The Duck That Died for No Reason at Edinburgh 2008.
Fabulously twisted production … brings new meaning to one of the best-known fairy tales around. (Three Weeks on Little Red Riding Hood)
…plenty of laughs and moments of genuine poignancy. (Edinburgh Festival Guide on The Duck)
Beth’s work has included aerial and physical theatre performance for Greentop Circus, collaboration with Gerry Flanagan’s Shifting Sands Theatre and community theatre and circus across South Yorkshire. Beth also works as a performer for Pif-Paf Theatre and Rise’n’Shine studios and as a workshop tutor for young people and adults with learning disabilities.