Louise Montgomery

Louise trained at the RSAMD (Now the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland) and has worked extensively as an actor for over 25 years.

She has appeared on the Lyttleton stage at the National Theatre, London and has played in all of the major theatres in Scotland, most recently in Òran Mór's “A Play, a Pie and a Pint” season in Glasgow. Louise has travelled the country with children’s theatre companies Grinagog and Wee Stories and is a seasoned pantomime performer. She has appeared in feature films, shorts and television commercials and is a highly accomplished singer.

Louise is perfectly at home in the interactive environment of street theatre where her natural warmth and good humour always shine through.

She can also ride a motorbike and stilt walk, but obviously not at the same time... yet!

https://www.louisemontgomery.co.uk/  

Paddy Bonner

Paddy studied acting and theatre arts at Langside College in Glasgow. Soon after graduating in 1996 he became a member of the surreal street theatre company Mischief la-Baswhere he spent 23 years honing his performance and improvisation skills. His work with Mischief saw him travel extensively throughout the UK and to numerous European street arts festivals; and even once as a guest of the British council in Venezuela.

For several years Paddy was compère of the popular cabaret evening, Club Tromolo. He has toured in panto and children's shows across Scotland with Hopscotch Theatre Company. And for more mature audiences there were a couple of years in comedy theatre at the famous Glasgow Pavilion.

When not pursuing the serious business of making people laugh, Paddy can be found working alongside medical practitioners and students. His acting abilities assist in exams, training and development of their communication skills. 

Bruno Gallagher

Bruno's life in the arts began as a student of the bass trombone at the RSAMD junior and senior schools. When he ran out of puff for that activity his love of art and humour led to a career as a freelance cartoonist. In the ensuing years he was a regular contributor to many national publications.

Not content with just writing and drawing jokes, Bruno somehow found himself - he can't remember exactly how - performing them too. For much of the last two decades he was a core member of Mischief La-Bas, working as a performer, designer and musician. He maintains a varied visual art practise and has led workshops with children in hospitals.

Bruno is chief executive in charge of the sewing machine and coloured pencils at Future Follies.

http://brunogallagher.co.uk/

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