Caroline Funnell (Artistic Director)
Founded Sixteenfeet Productions in 2008.
Caroline is an alumni of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, and specialises in creative coordination and artistic programme development.
She was instrumental in the development of The English Theatre Frankfurt where she set up international co-productions, introduced premieres of plays in the English language and supervised UK production management.
Caroline is an Associate of Gothenburg’s English Studio Theatre which focuses on producing the best of new British writing. She is a member of the Casting Directors Guild of Great Britain and was casting director for the New Vic (North Staffs), prior to which she worked in theatre, radio and television as an actor.
Caroline is a founding member of Brixton Community Base, a charity which seeks to provide access to creative opportunities for the community, particularly for young people.
Guy Holden (Artistic Associate)
Guy Holden is an alumni of The Royal Central School of Speech & Drama and a BBC Carleton Hobbs award winner, he works in the music and theatre industries producing and composing music across diverse genres. As a professional musician he has toured internationally, played in the West End and on the London jazz circuit. His earlier work includes performing as a BBC Radio Rep member and various other theatre roles.
Guy is Sixteenfeet’s Music Supervisor and has written music for the company’s summer productions. He also works as a teacher and mentor, and is an ardent advocate of the value of the arts in the creative and emotional development of young people.
Nicholas Anthony (Artistic Associate)
Nick trained at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. He has previously worked as Events Director and taught English, Theatre and Classical Civilisation. As a qualified teacher he also leads Sixteenfeet’s educational programme.
Andrew S. Walsh (Associate Artist)
A prolific writer with credits in film, TV, Radio, Animation and games, Andy’s work for Sixteenfeet includes ‘Wind in the Willows’, ‘Goldilocks and the Three Endings’, “The Jungle Book’ inspired by Rudyard Kipling’s Mowgli stories. Andy is currently writing Sixteenfeet’s Pop Up Christmas Show. He has delivered workshops for our Lambeth Voices Programme and lead the Lambeth Young Voices project.