The Mischief Team



David Lloyd – Director/Choreographer, trained at The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, working with Buzz Dance Theatre and Yellow Glass Theatre. David has been Artistic Director of Mischief Company for 4 years becoming an Associate Artist at both Pavilion Dance South West and University of Cumbria, choreographing and directing Purgatory: Nothing 2 Say, Paradise, Dogtown, Bird and Inferno. David has danced for Jasmin Vardimon Company for the last 7 years, touring Nationally and Internationally in Tannhauser, Pinocchio, Maze, Park, Yesterday, Freedom, 7734 and Justitia. In 2013 David worked as mentor and rehearsal director with Jasmin creating ‘in between’ for the newly established National Youth Dance Company in association with Sadler’s Wells. In the UK he has worked with Neon Dance, Bare Bones Dance Company, Jean Abrue Dance, Fin Walker, Mad Dogs Dance Theatre, Gary Clarke, Protein Dance Company and DanceXchange.



British director Natascha Metherell’s rapidly developing career has seen her work with many renowned opera and theatre companies internationally including The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden; The Royal Danish Opera, Copenhagen; Glyndebourne Festival and Touring Opera; English National Opera; Dutch National Opera; Opera Vlaanderen; Opera di Roma, Rome; Teatro Massimo, Palermo; Cincinnati Opera; Garsington Opera; The Rose Theatre, Kingston; The Royal Court Theatre, London.

Metherell’s current and future engagements include, as director, a chamber version of Carl Nielsen’s Maskarade (Royal Danish Opera, Copenhagen Opera Festival, Regional Tour of Denmark) and La bohème (Cincinnati Opera); as dramaturge/co-directorR.E.D. – a dance and physical theatre retelling of Little Red Riding Hood (David Lloyd’s Mischief Company U.K.); as revival directorBenvenuto Cellini (Opera di Roma), Kasper Holten’s Maskerade (Royal Danish Opera) also La traviata, The Magic Flute, The Flying Dutchman (Royal Danish Opera) and La bohème (Gran teatre del Liceu, Barcelona).   As associate director, La damnation de Faust (Staatsoper Berlin), Benvenuto Cellini (Opera de Paris, Gran theatre del Liceu, Barcelona; Dutch National Opera, English National Opera), Lohengrin (Royal Danish Opera), A Soldier’s Tale (NNT Japan).

Photo by Joel Davis Photography



Phil Hargreaves is a Producer working in the Arts across the UK and Internationally. With a particular focus on Dance, Circus & Outdoor Arts, Phil has worked with some of the most dynamic and cutting edge artists including Phoenix Dance Theatre, Rosie Kay Dance Company, Gandini Juggling, DEDA, Joss Arnott Dance & ZfinMalta Dance Ensemble. This work includes UK & International Touring, Strategic development, Fundraising and Programming.

Phil has a fantastic understanding of the UK Arts market & prides himself on putting audience development at the heart of all his work, which has included various artist development initiatives.




Helen Kumar – Producer has over 12 years experience project managing, devising and delivering dance and drama workshops. She worked as Dance Development Officer at The Brewery Arts Centre in Kendal for 10 years. Her diverse experience gives her a range of transferable skills. As a dance programmer, she programmed both National and International Companies to bring exciting and inspirational work to new audiences at the venue. She has experience in producing tours for companies based both in the UK and Internationally. Currently Dance Engagement Coordinator at Dance City she is now building on her vast experience of working in many sides of the dance sector and is keen to develop her role as a producer.




Kate has worked in the arts sector for 13 years. Having trained in Fine Art at Central St. Martins School of Art, she moved on to work in art galleries and arts venues in London and then later in Newcastle upon Tyne, finding her footing in communications and digital marketing. She has since started her own company, La Lune, and is also Digital Communications Coordinator at Dance City where she works with national and international dance companies.




Ed Yetton has work in the industry for over 14 years. He has worked nationally and internationally as production manager and relighter for Jasmin Vardimon, Akrah Khan, Jose Agudo and Arthur Pita.

Ed‘s previous lighting designs have been nominated for a knights of illumination award (Little Match Girl), and he has recently enjoyed collaborating with Tom Hobden, on his new work, 20 Questions.

Ed has proudly enjoyed being part of the journey that Red has taken.




Will specialises in cinematic sound for fringe theatre and has worked alongside directors across the UK. Contributing his own surreal take on the everyday soundscape, his dynamic and evocative soundscapes have been a signature of theatre, film and video games for the past 7 years.




Milk Films Café is a multidisciplinary maker of images, gazing over life, recording both the good and the bad and spending most of the time drinking coffee and making films. The idea is to articulate a way of documenting the contemporary world artistically, to learn and to broadcast what we’ve learned. Milk Films Café has its little space in Croydon but can travel anywhere to find the right stories for films. With a flexible team, Vinicius Salles is the coffee addict bringing Milk Films Café to life, producing films for different types of projects and companies, such as University of the Arts London, Punchdrunk, Jasmin Vardimon Dance Company, The Design Trust, Student Enterprise & Employability, Artluxe, Romany Theatre Company among others.



Miranda Mac Letten has a 1st class Hons degree from London Contemporary Dance School. After graduating she became an apprentice for Punchdrunk’s and the English National Opera’s The Duchess of Malfi. She has continued performing professionally in The Drowned Man: A Hollywood Fable, the biggest and most ambitious production yet from the award winning Punchdrunk and has also most recently re-staged Sleep No More Shanghai.
Interactive and immersive theatre have heavily featured in Miranda’s career. For instance working with other companies in this style like Secret Cinema , The People Pile and Gideon Reeling

Miranda is also a keen actress. Working for theatre companies such as Shared Experience “Mermaid”  and  Bold Tendencies “Titus Andronicus” in association with Parkour UK. Other companies she has worked for aside from Mischief include Protein Dance, John Ross Dance, Shaper/Caper, Etta Ermini Dance Theatre, James Cousins Company, Runhoratio, C-12 Dance Theatre, and Bicycle Ballet. She is also founder of her own company Kerfuffle Dance.


Theatre credits include:
‘The Devil’ in RED (Pavilion Dance, Bournemouth)
‘Oompa Loompa’ in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Theatre Royal Drury Lane), Vocalist and Puppeteer in The Wind in the Willows (ROH & West End), Turandot (ROH), ‘Officer Brannigan’ in Guys and Dolls (Upstairs at The Gatehouse), ‘Snowboy’ in West Side Story (The Sage Gateshead), La Damnation De Faust (Vlaamse Opera, Belgium), ‘The Dragonfly’ in The Cunning Little Vixen (Welsh National Opera), La Rondine (ROH)
Originally from Australia, Connor has been selected to perform with Sydney Dance Company, Expressions Dance Company, The Queensland Ballet, The Australian Ballet and West Australia Ballet.
As a freelance artist he has created ‘A Mission of Statements’ a Cabaret of original songs, ‘Pierrot Lunaire’ with The Australia Ensemble, ‘Dreamt I Was a Real Boy’ at The Sydney Opera House.
 Darragh trained at the University of Cumbria in Carlisle and graduated in 2014 with a degree in Dance & Musical Theatre. Since graduating Darragh has become involved with Second Hand Dance and worked alongside various other choreographers as a freelance dance artist. Being with Mischief since 2015, he wants to continue to develop himself further as a professional and continue to build as a performer both in performance and choreographically. Alongside performance theatre he also produces music in diverse forms and has had a few of his compositions featured in various dance pieces which he hopes to pursue.


Nicolai is a London based, Danish born set and costume designer. He trained at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama (BA theatre design) and The Slade School of Fine Art (MA theatre design), and works in the UK, Europe and the US.

He teaches and lectures in set, costume and fashion design

Nicolai is represented by Rachel Daniels at Berlin Associates.

Selected work includes:

The Pulverised (York Theatre Royal/ Arcola) In the Bar of a Tokyo Hotel ( Charing Cross Theatre) Exodus (Dane Hurst Company/ Dulwich Picture Gallery) A Vestige (Wayne Parsons Dance) La Traviata (Stand Moutier, Opera Obliqua, Switzerland), The Window (Rambert Dance Company) The Divided Laing (Arcola Theatre), The Lilly of The Valley (ROH2/ Linbury Studio), Nordost (Salisbury Playhouse), Fanciulla del West (Opera Up Close) Playing the Victim (Royal Court Theatre, Told by An Idiot), Cock/Bull (Aalborg Teater, Denmark), Some Girls are Bigger than Others (Lyric Hammersmith), Private Fears in Public Places (Royal Theatre Northampton), Eugene Onegin (Hampstead Opera) In The Jungle of Cities (Arcola Theatre), Desert Boy (Nitro Theatre Company), Orpheo et Euridice (Scarlett Opera), Watership Down (Hammersmith Theatre), Here be Monsters (Rejects Revenge, Liverpool) An Explosion (BAC) Medea in Jerusalem (Rattlestick, New York) Habe Kein Angst (Betty Nansen, Copenhagen) Winter under the Table, The Map Makers Sorrow (Eklektisk, Copenhagen), Mine (Kaos Theatre), Billy Budd (Southwark Playhouse), Vieux Carre (Charing Cross Theatre)




Rosemary Rance is a London and Manchester based photographer, specializing in portraiture and conceptual work for actors and performers. Her work is strongly inspired by Film Noir and historical cinematic techniques. In 2014 she exhibited a collection of work at the ‘Salon de Street Art 2’, and in 2016, a portrait collection entitled ‘Dark Hollywood’, which is currently touring the UK.

Outside of photography, she is an actor, and much of her work is mutually inspired by each of these career paths.
Originally from London, Stephen now lives in Bournemouth, and has won numerous photographic awards including the Fujifilm Photographer of the Year. His passion for the dramatic is reflected in his creative styles in portraiture, travel, theatre and corporate work. His clients include, Barclays International, Texaco and Rochay Group.

Stephen grew up watching his family perform in Westend Theatres, T.V. and film. He dances Argentine Tango and is a director of a Personal Development company.