Malcolm starting out running theatrical, interactive club nights at the Bongo Club in Edinburgh with Curios? Since then he has had a career as an actor before discovering the joy of making games. He is currently a Leverhulme Arts Scholar attached to Bristol Old Vic. As an actor and theatre maker Malcolm worked with companies including Theatre Alibi, Bristol Old Vic, Uninvited Guests and Gagglebabble. He narrated audio books (often in a Geordie accent), was the face of a beer and the voice of a car. He has been described as playful, more commonly childish, and often irritating; he brings all these qualities to his game invention. Malcolm once beat the Danish backgammon champion 3 times in the space of an hour in a cafe in Bali. He is still convinced he is not competitive.
Simon Day- Associate Artist
Simon is a director and theatre-maker with his own company, The Plasticine Men, and a collaborator with others including Fine Chisel, Little Soldier, and Move to Stand. He was Artist Support Producer with Theatre Bristol for three years, has produced with BE FESTIVAL, and set up PILOT in the Midlands. Simon was the proud General of an unstoppable and beautifully painted Eldar hoard in the early 90s, is a recovering computer games addict, and holds onto a dubious claim to have never been beaten at Carrom by any man of woman born.
Collaborators, past and present.
Simon Day, Malcolm Hamilton and Katie Cooper
Performers and Theatre-Makers
Corina Bona, Chris Collier, Rebecca Hall, Kim Heron, Rew Lowe, Katie Storer, Mary Eddows, Linzy Nakorn, Emma Keaveney-Roys, Harry Humberstone, Alex Scott,
Photography, Film and Graphic Design
Technicians and Stage Managers
Chris Collier, Juliet Taylor, Nettie Miles