We’re incredibly grateful to the following companies: without them, Tales from the Lands Beyond would simply not exist!
The Festival in a Box team has over thirty years’ experience staging major festivals and large-scale events worldwide. Festival in a Box draws on all that knowhow to offer great boxed-up festivals, delivered to your door and ready to go. Festival in a Box will help you create a magical, hand-tailored festival style celebration that your guests will talk about for years to come. And by letting FIAB do the hard work, you can enjoy the experience as much as they do.
Stephen Howard is a Web Designer & Developer and Graphic Designer based in Bath. He will provide you with a professional service from concept through to creation.
We’re very fortunate to be backed by the experience of some extremely knowledgeable and wonderful people – in no particular order:
Charlotte Crowther is curator of the TedXYouth@Bath event, now in its fourth year, which invites students to a festival of ideas. She was previously on the board of the Bridge and Creative Bath. Charlotte was theatrically trained at Central and Webber Douglas, and has professionally directed immersive productions involving local communities in the West. Currently she is director of her own design company, an executive coach and a restorative justice mediator.
David Taraskevics has over 35 years’ experience in the Music Industry, providing comprehensive, integrated production and management which has resulted in a core client base of some of the most respected and demanding clients in the industry. He was Tour Director for Kate Bush’s Before The Dawn shows in 2014, and has been Tour Director for Peter Gabriel since 1993. His companies Judgeday and Festival in a Box run various live events including the festivals WOMAD UK, Cornbury Music Festival, House Festival and Greenbelt.
Russ Tunney is currently Director at the Pounds Art Centre in Corsham. Previously, he worked as Resident Director at The Nuffield Theatre, Southampton, and has also worked at the Chester Gateway Theatre, Theatre Royal Bath and Salisbury Playhouse. He has written a number of published plays and worked with universities mentoring the students and directing their final graduation performances.
Liz Crowther has worked in theatre, television, radio and film for over 40 years. Recent work includes The White Devil, The Roaring Girl and The Witch of Edmonton for the Royal Shakespeare Company and The Middlemarch Trilogy for the Orange Tree theatre. She will be seen in the award winning children’s series The Dumping Ground in 2016 and is also an Education Associate Practitioner for the RSC where she leads both Shakespeare and movement workshops.