Bradley Walker is a writer/actor who moved to London (from Kirkby, Liverpool) to study acting for Stage and Screen at London College of Music. During this course, Bradley found himself being asked to write scripts for the older students, which soon developed in to writing scripts for himself, other theatre companies and even his debut novel, The Catalyst, before finally meeting Emily and setting up Temporarily Misplaced Productions.
Bradley has always found such an incredible resonance with reading; the ability to lose yourself in to a whole world that essentially consists of ink and paper was just a concept that he loved. He always wanted to write, to create and decided that he would dedicate his life to do such. Though, in growing up, he's noticed a massive disparity in representation - he has made it his mission to rectify that imbalance.
He's thrilled to have found a fellow writing nerd and theatre geek in Emily, and cannot wait to bring Temporarily Misplaced Production's first major piece to Edinburgh this year.
Writing credits include: Apocalypse Later (Play, 2015), The Catalyst (Novel, 2018), Clash of Class (Play, 2016), Comedians (Play, 2018), Gramma's Story (Radio, 2016), Hell Hath No Fury (Screen, 2015), The Show Must Go Wrong (Play, 2015), A Starless Tree?! (Play, 2015), Small Faces (Play, 2017), Writers (Play, 2014)
Performing credits include: 100, (Ketu, 2014), 12 (No. 5, 2013), Accidental Death of an Anarchist (Bertozzo, 2012), All Kinds of Everything (Bert, 2013) Awareness (Victim, 2014), Brezhnev's Children (Sister, 2015), Fresh Meat (Luke, 2016), The Government Inspector (Policeman, 2014), Funhouse (Mundo, 2014), The Hitman (Hitman, 2014), Hunchback of Notre Dame (Clopin, 2016), Our Country's Good (Harry/Sideway, 2014), Prosopopoeia (Andrew, 2016), Relationship Status: Desperate (Steven/Thomas, 2015), Spring Awakening (Moritz, 2013), A Taste of Honey (Geoffrey, 2016), Tossa de Mar (Conrad, 2013), Treasure Island (Officer Dance/Dick, 2015) Two (Landlord, 2015), There's Been a Mur- (Inspector Clause, 2014), Quatermass (Briscoe, 2015), Writers (Gary, 2017),
Emily is a writer/director who hails from a small village in county Carlow, Ireland. She received a first class honours in Theatre and Drama Studies from C.I.T. Cork School of Music in 2016. Initially wanting to be an actor she gradually over the four years leaned more towards directing and acting side of the business. She loves creating the worlds either by directing from text to stage or sometimes through writing – concept to text. Her passion lies in strong female characters where in plays they were few and far between and telling true stories through the art of theatre.
She is delighted to have co-founded Temporarily Misplaced with Bradley Walker and is so excited and grateful for the support and opportunity to bring her writing to Edinburgh Fringe.
Directing credits include: Better Than Sex (Toulouse Latrec, London, 2019) Inspirit by Bradley Walker (Vaulty Towers Play Pie Pint, London 2019) Care Not, Fear Naught (Edinburgh Fringe 2018 and Bridewell Theatre, London, 2018), Small Faces by Bradley Walker, (Rosemary Branch Theatre, London, 2018). Dogfight (Granary Theatre, Cork, 2017) After You Get What You Want You Don't Want It Anymore (Theatre Development Centre, Triskel Arts Centre, 2016), After You Get What You Want (Cork Arts Theatre, Cork, 2017), she also assistant directed the CIT Musical Society’s show Bare (John O’Brien, Curtis Auditorium, CIT CSM, 2016)
Writing credits include: Better Than Sex (Toulouse Latrec, London, 2019) Care Not, Fear Naught (Edinburgh Fringe 2018 and Bridewell Theatre, London, 2018) After You Get What You Want You Don't Want It Anymore (Emily Hutt, Theatre Development Centre, Triskel Arts Centre, 2016), After You Get What You Want (Emily Hutt, Cork Arts Theatre, Cork, 2017) and Care Not, Fear Naught which is going to Edinburgh Fringe 2018.
Performing credits include: Mrs Webb in Our Town (Ben Barnes, Stack Theatre, CIT CSM, 2016), ensemble of The Laramie Cycle (Joseph C. Walsh, The Stack Theatre, CIT CSM, 2015) and title roles in CIT Musical Society’s: Into The Woods(Ciaran Birmingham, Curtis Auditorium CIT CSM, 2013) How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (Jonathan Tweedie, Curtis Auditorium, CIT CSM, 2014) and Carrie the Musical (Joseph C. Walsh, Curtis Auditorium, CIT CSM, 2015).
Isabella is originally from Melbourne, Australia, where she completed a degree in musical theatre from Federation University, as well as studying classical voice and violin. There she also performed her self devised Cabaret 'No Walls' at Ballarat's Post-Box Theatre, and Melbourn's Butterfly Club. Recent film credits include 'Normal' (short), 'Missteps' (short), 'Behind Closed Doors' (Art installation). Recently in London, Isabella worked in marketing and Assistant Producing for 'A Lie of the Mind' (Southwark Playhouse) & 'The Red Lion' (Trafalgar Studios) which was nominated for an Olivier award this year, and is excited to be joining Temporarily Misplaced Productions as resident producer.