We are The Liminal Space, and we want you to feel something.
We are a critically acclaimed independent theatre company that pushes creative boundaries. We are dedicated to producing theatrical events that defy convention, transcending boundaries to create unforgettable experiences. Our projects celebrate the power of collective storytelling, sparking catharsis and igniting imaginations.
Born in London and raised in Spain, he trained at the Drama Centre, London.
As an actor he has worked at UK Theatres such as Shakespeare’s Globe, The Almeida Theatre, Theatre Delicatessen, Jerwood Theatre, Platform Theatre, Southwark Playhouse, Battersea Arts Centre (BAC), Camden Peoples Theatre and Old Red Lion. As well as working on screen for BBC, ITV and FOX.
As a theatre maker, he is indebted to the theatrical practice of South London theatre collective DIRTY MARKET led by Jon Lee and Georgina Sowerby with whom worked with regularly and was mentored by from 2010-2018.
In 2015 he was invited back to apprentice at Drama Centre London shadowing and assisting Georgina Sowerby (former head of M.A Acting) Annie Tyson (former head of B.A acting) and Tim Robins (former head of character analysis/movement psychology). In 2016 he began teaching his own classes. His main areas of work were in the work of Doreen Cannon/Uta Hagen and The Laban Malmgren System of Character Analysis as well as directing numerous plays and scene studies.
As a director Harry was mentored by award winning director Di Trevis and worked with her at her Jerwood Theatre Workshops first as an actor and then as her assistant director, from whom he learnt the skills of dramaturgy and practical directing. It was during this apprenticeship that he worked on the repertoire of Chekhov, Harold Pinter, Tennessee Williams and William Shakespeare.
In 2018 Harry founded ‘The Liminal Space’ which uses the power of dramatic storytelling to serve the community in which we live and work.
Juliette is a set and costume designer who conceptualises texts, delves into the imaginary worlds in collaboration with artists, designers and directors whilst bringing to life concepts and sketches through the use of three dimensional modelling and renderings.
A designer known for her deeply atmospheric sets, she has worked across a broad spectrum of repertoire from American naturalism to post modern and expressionist plays. She brings a curiosity and poetry to her work, with a forensic eye for detail; that enriches her practice as a visual storyteller.
She has completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Production) majoring in Design Realisation at The Victorian College of the Arts where she was awarded the Cassidy Bequest Scholarship. She has been fortunate enough to work under the guidance and mentorship of Anna Cordingley as well as Melbourne Theatre Company, The Malthouse Theatre, The Production Company, The Rabble, Bangarra Dance Theatre and at Edinburgh & Adelaide Fringe Festivals.