Hot Coals Theatre in association with Park Theatre presents

Finders Keepers

Devised and Performed by Hot Coals Theatre


Caroline Parker I Director

Caroline is Currently in Hong Kong working with Glasgow based Birds of Paradise Theatre in 'Caliban and Miranda' for British Council's worldwide Shakespeare Lives project. Caroline also does the stand up comedy circuit and is a member of Abnormally Funny People. In the cabaret circuit Caroline performs in her unique style signed songs, she recently gave a TED talk on 'Singing Without Her Voice'. At the 2012 Paralympic Opening Ceremony she signed the closing number 'I am What I Am' alongside Beverly Knight. In 2015 Caroline won two best Actress awards for her role Mabel Morgan in BSLBT Zone film 'If I Don't Lose, I'll Lose' at the Cenedeaf III Rome film festival and Clin d'Oeil Film Festival. Also co-directs for Krazy Kat Theatre most recently Singing Ringing Tree, Cinder-Ella and The Very Magic Flute.

Theatre Credit: Caliban and Miranda (Birds of Paradise), Singing Ringing Tree, Cinder-Ella and Tyhe very Magic Flute (Krazy Kat Theatre).

Fim Credit: If I Don't Lose (Cenedeard III Rome film festioval and Clin d'Oeil Film Festival)

Television Credit: I Am What I Am ( 2012 Paralympic Opening Cereomony)


Marine Le Housezec I Lighting Designer

Marine is a freelance lighting designer specialising in performing arts, working in the UK and in France. She recently graduated from a Postgraduate Diploma in Stage Electrics and Lighting Design at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.
She has been collaborating with Hot Coals Theatre for Finders Keepers from the original lighting design to the regional autumn tour and she is very pleased to revisit the show at Park90.

Recent lighting designs include: Mozart and Salieri (Arcola Theatre, Grimeborn), Wünderfinger (The Spiegeltent, London Wonderground), Mo Cushle (La Flèche d’Or), Radioman (The Old Red Lion), Whistleblower (Waterloo East Theatre), Perfect Idiots (Tour), Outlines (Main d’Oeuvre).

RADA credits include: In Arabia We'd All Be Kings (Jerwood Vanbrugh Theatre), No One Sees the Video (Gielgud Theatre), Unprotected (GBS Theatre).
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