CAMILLA GÜRTLER - Artistic Director / Festival Director
Camilla Gürtler is a Danish director in the UK who trained at Drama Centre London.
She is Cut the Cord's artistic director and producer, and the Festival Director of New Nordics Festival.
She is an Emerging Creative at h Club London and received a Jack Petchy Leadership award for her work with Omnibus Young Company.
She has worked as a translator and reader and recently translated and read for the Royal Court's International Residency 2019.
Recent Directing credits include: I Run (Pleasance/Vault Festival), Endless Second (Park Theatre/Pleasance/Theatre503),
Beyond the Blue (Camden People's Theatre/Theatre Royal Stratford East/Poplar Union), Kinder K (Bunker Theatre/The Venue), Mydidae (Wimbledon College of Arts), The Nightingale and the Rose (Etcetera), An Incident at the Border (The Albany).
Her work merges international and British theatre-making and focuses on bringing new Nordic voices to the UK.
Charlotte Brown is the Assistant Festival Coordinator for New Nordics Festival. She is also an experienced Stage Manager who has worked on a range of productions as an operator and lighting and sound technician.
Former credits include: Stage Manager for Shit-Faced Showtime ‘Alice Through the Cocktail Glass’ (Magnificent Bastard Productions Ltd, Underbelly, Edinburgh) and ‘The Wind of Heaven’ (Weighed In Productions). She is also Company Stage Manager for Cut the Cord Theatre and worked on ‘Endless Second’ and ‘I Run’ (The Pleasance, Edinburgh). Endless Second has gone on to Park Theatre, London and The Pleasance, London as part of their ‘Best of Fringe’ season.
Other credits include: ‘Open’ (Weighed In Productions) and ‘I Run’ at The Vaults Festival, as well as working at The Space on numerous productions including ‘Laundry’, ‘South Afreakins’ and ‘The Conductor’ as Lighting Designer and Operator.
CHARLOTTE BROWN - Company Stage Manager / Assistant Festival Coordinator
Niall McKeever is an emerging Theatre Designer who graduated from Wimbledon College of Art. As well as a Set and Costume Designer, he continues to work across many disciplines including site-responsive design, art installation and sculpture. In March 2018 he was awarded the Production Design Assistant residency at the National Theatre.
Recent work includes: Associate Set and Costume Designer on Translations(National Theatre), and Designer for The World We Made- a new play using the latest low environmental impact sound and lighting technology.
Other work includes: Little Shop of Horrors(The Pleasance), I Run(The Pleasance/Vault Festival) and Herons, Mary Barnesand Some Voicesfor Drama Centre Lonson. In 2018 he worked in the Art Department on Peter Strickland’s film INFABRIC and BBC Film’s LOVE, Directed by Alexander Zeldin. Niall is currently designing for LAMDA’s productions of Appropriateby Branden Jacobs-Jenkins as well as Nine Nightand How Love is Spelt.
NIALL McKEEVER - Designer