Suha has been an Artistic Director at Little Fish since its creation in 2008. She has written, directed and devised many of its productions. She has worked with a number of companies, including The Lyric Hammersmith, The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, Full House Theatre company and Simpatico Role Play Agency.
Suha also works as a visiting lecturer in applied theatre at a number of universities including RCSSD and LSHTM. She brings a wealth of knowledge and experience of project management and delivery in the theatre arts sector.
Alex co-founded Little Fish with Suha after a number of successful Arts Education Projects with Big Fish Theatre, West Sussex County Youth Theatre & Breakout TIE. Although the company takes up a lot of his creative energies in writing and directing, he has occasionally worked as a freelance consultant with other organisations working with young people including CARE, Artsmark & West Sussex County Youth Theatre.
Alex also has over 15 years of experience in the sexual health and drugs education field, which fed the early direction and focus of the company.
Sheryl has over 20 years of experience in delivering and coordinating a variety of education and art projects within the statutory, community and voluntary settings across London. She thrives on working in collaboration with stakeholders to ensure that the creative process is effectively delivered and participants can wholly engage, enjoy and transform.
Sheryl has successfully worked with diverse communities, delivering projects within schools and arts organisations including National Theatre and Roundhouse Studios. She is currently a visiting lecturer at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and the University of East London.
Ben has been a member of the Little Fish board since the organisation first achieved charitable status. Ben is a theatre performer, producer, and programmer. His passion is rooted in the advancement of education for children and young people through the arts.
As well as being a trustee for Little Fish he is also one of the Creative Directors at Full House Theatre. Ben also curates two annual theatre festivals, delivers creative projects in community settings, and within schools and has a particular focus on high-quality arts experiences for children with special educational needs.
Cleve is an independent social work educator, consultant and freelance trainer. Cleve is currently a part-time university social work tutor and teaching fellow at a London University.
Cleve is a qualified social worker and a former social work manager with extensive experience in child and family social work. His research interests include issues of race and gender, creativity and emotional resilience within social work.
Dr Amanda Stuart Fisher
Amanda has been working in the field of applied and socially engaged theatre for over twenty-five years. She currently works at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama where she is currently a researcher and the course leader for the BA (Hons) Writing for Performance. Amanda’s research focuses on verbatim and testimonial practices, socially engaged theatre and the relationship between care ethics and performance. She has published two books: Performing Care: New perspectives on socially engaged theatre (co-edited with James Thompson, (MUP 2020) and Performing the Testimonial: Rethinking verbatim dramaturgies (MUP 2020). Following a collaboration with Mosac and Little Fish Theatre, Amanda also wrote From the Mouths of Mothers (2013) a verbatim play that explores child sexual abuse from the non-abusing mother’s perspective.
Lucinda is Director, Corporate and Employee Fund Controller incorporating UK HR for AEW Europe LLP. AEW, part of Natixis Investment Managers, is one of the largest real estate investment managers in the world with over €70 billion in assets under management. The London office is the second largest after Paris where the headquarters are located.
Lucinda joined AEW in 2008 having previously worked for Aspen plc, an actuarial and pension consulting firm.
Lucinda has a BSc in Mathematics/Economics from London University.