• Cristian Luchian


    Acting at the intersection of various creative mediums and using a wide range of mediums and techniques, Cristian engages his artistic work in areas such as  immersive theatre, site specific & interactive live art, visual arts and video design.

    Between 2007 and 2010 Cristian was the Art Director of the Underground Theatre Festival in Arad (Romania) and in 2008 he co-founded the Nocturne Social & Political Theatre program within Puck Puppet Theatre, Cluj (Romania).
    His directing credits include performances such as The Great TimeStudy of love and madness in Hamlet after William Shakespeare, Photographers and invisible clowns by Val Butnaru, Escaqpe in , My town by Anca Doczi or Timeland.  Video design and special effects credits include theatre performances such as Zenobia by GeluNaum, adaptation and direction Mona Marian, Frida KahloMania, direction Alexander Hausvater, Dream after Mircea Cartarescu, direction Catalina Buzoianu, Top Dogs by Urs Wiedmer, direction Laurian Oniga, opera such as  Il Trovatore by Giuseppe Verdi, direction Alexander Hausvater or concerts such as Night Music featuring Vlad Maestorovici’s compositions at ICR London.

  • Anca Doczi


    Actress, researcher and applied drama practitioner, Anca is currently undertaking practice based research within Centre for Performing Arts Development, University of East London.
    After an extensive training in the most classical fashion, Anca worked across the disciplines of acting, physical theatre, puppetry, performance and writing to create original material for the stage.She performed at The National Theatre in Cluj (Romania) and at Puck Puppet Theatre where she co-founded and coordinated the Nocturne Social & Political Theatre program.
    An experienced applied drama and theatre for social change facilitator, Anca delivered workshops and produced forum theatre plays in Romania, Spain, USA and UK and coordinated several drama based education projects.
    With an interest in Participative Theatre, Performance Art and interactive live art practices,she makes use of different creative mediums to reflect upon memory, testimony, cultural behaviour, identity, the sources of conflict and reconciliation.

  • Joel LeBlanc (Tyrrell)


    Born in Canada but now living in London UK, Tyrrell spent the nineties mixing and remixing various artists including, PM DAWN, URBAN SPECIES, KHALED, NINA HAGEN, BLUE PEARL and INCOGNITO. Also a multi-instrumentalist, he played guitar on the Mercury Music Prize winning album ‘New Forms’ by RONI SIZE and REPRAZENT and performed vocals for THE ORB.

    Interfearence were formed by Tyrrell & Paul Martin and they released their first self-titled album in 1999 on London Records to much critical acclaim. Their live shows at Creamfields, London’s Fabric and other clubs in Europe included live visuals and were a feast for the eyes as well as the ears.

    A partnership with Chris Thomaidis called HOOKED soon followed and their string of rock electronica 12″ vinyl promos were massive hits on the underground and received plays on Pete Tong’s Radio One show. Their DJ set at their single release party at Ministry Of Sound was to a packed room as were many of their other DJ sets in London’s clubland.