After completing a BA (Hons) Acting at The University of Central Lancashire in July 2015, Will founded Flux Theatre. Will is a member of the National Youth Theatre. Flux's first production, 'Dinosaur Dreams' (Etcetera Theatre), was written/directed by Will. He also performed in 'Biscuit' for EMERGE.
Georgie trained in Theatre Directing at Mountview Academy. She started out as a writer and she has had three full-length plays produced. Georgie has directed productions at theatres including the Finborough, Jermyn Street, the Arcola and the Park Theatre. She joined Flux Theatre in 2016 as Joint Artistic Director and directed 'Dubailand' (Finborough Theatre), 'White Light' (Arcola PlayWROUGHT), and has directed for 'EMERGE' (Tristan Bates).
Ella has been part of Flux from the get go, developing and performing the company's first production ‘Dinosaur Dreams’, and then involved as both actor and creative in the first ‘EMERGE' night. Ella trained at The Oxford School of Drama after her English undergrad at Oxford University. She is an actor and writer for stage and screen, and has worked with various venues from The Globe to the Soho Theatre. She also writes and performs poetry.
Ella's debut play, 'The Phlebotomist' premieres at the Hampstead Theatre Downstairs, April 2018.
Adam began his training at The University of Central Lancashire, studying Contemporary Theatre. Alongside his training he worked with a number of theatre companies including Z Arts Manchester and Angel Club (north). Upon completion of his course Adam continued to work in live theatre touring solo work across the North West. Adam joined Flux in 2015, going on to work as Assistant Director on 'Dinosaur Dreams' and directed for 'EMERGE.'
Following 10 years in the acting industry (Theatre, Film, Opera) Ben is currently working on a short story for children entitled 'Darling Untold' and a collection of music entitled 'Woman Black'. Ben is a founding member of Flux and performed in Flux's first production 'Dinosaur Dreams' (Etcetera Theatre). Training includes Drama Centre London and GFCA.