W I L D C A R D

noun
 a person who is generally unpredictable

W I L D C A R D

We revitalise theatre and nurture emerging artists.

Aims 

  • To find, develop and produce stories that promote positive social change.
  • To provide ongoing support for emerging artists taking their first step in the industry.
  • To effect change by engaging individuals and local communities with our outreach programme.
  • To give artists training and networking opportunities.
  • To make theatrical education accessible to all.

"Now bid me run and I will strive with things impossible"

Our Story

In 2015 a group of friends, wanting to become masters of their own creative fate, got together in a hall in Pimlico and started to explore. They found that their separate minds, skills and ambitions began to develop a collective voice that was loud, provocative and wild. This voice became something that was ready to unsettle the status quo. This voice became Wildcard.

Wildcard is now an associate company of The Watermill Theatre and The Pleasance and is supported by English Touring Theatre's Artist Development Programme, ‘Forge’.

Meet The Team

<big><big>Joseph Dawson<br> </big>Joint Artistic Director </big>

Joint Artistic Director, Producer

Joseph Dawson

<big><big>James Meteyard <br> </big> Joint Artistic Director </big>

Joint Artistic Director, Theatre-maker

James Meteyard

<big><big>Maimuna Memon<br> </big>Resident Composer </big>

Resident Composer, Actor

Maimuna Memon

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Executive Assistant, Actor

Emily Stott

<big><big>Paul Hilliar<br> </big>PR</big>

PR, Actor

Paul Hilliar

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Script Supervisor, Actor

Joshua Leese

<big><big>Megan Pemberton<br> </big>Creative Associate </big>

Marketing, Actor

Megan Pemberton

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Operations, Actor

Jenna Fincken

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Associate, Actor

Tom Crowhurst

<big><big>Tom Ratcliffe<br> </big>Creative Associate </big>

Playwright, Actor

Tom Ratcliffe

Resident Designer, Luke W. Robson

Trustees:

Sara Houghton

Hattie Ruffer

Ehsan Haque