Performers

 
Veneshia Bailey

Veneshia Bailey

Veneshia has been a member of the professional development class since 2014. She has performed in Triple Bill: Latest Work in 2017. Veneshia also performs with Beautiful Mess theatre company.

 
Katy Cracknell

Katy Cracknell

Katy joined Corali in 2009 as part the performance project Visual Voices. She has performed in key works including Origami Atoms (2015) and People Race The Fish (WOW festival 2016, Breathe Festival 2016).

 
Paul Davidson

Paul Davidson

Paul joined Corali in 2015, performing in Origami Atoms, Hearts and Faces, Archive Piece at the Royal Festival Hall (all 2015), The People Race the Fish (2016) and his solo piece Dreams of Flying (2017). He is a member of the National Youth Dance Theatre (NYDC).

 
Graham Evans

Graham Evans

Graham joined in 2004 and was previously a member of Strathcona Theatre Company. Graham has performed in JJLive (2005), Refrain (2006), Easy Listening (2007), Fourtet (2008), Smudged (2008), Chord (2009), Scapes and Scores (2010), How Happy We Would Be (2011), Origami Atoms (2015), Hearts and Faces (2015) and The People Race the Fish (2016).

 
DJ Hassan

Housni (DJ) Hassan

DJ joined Corali as a performer in 2011. He has performed in Origami Atoms (2015), Hearts and Faces (2015) and The People Race the Fish (2016). His first solo work, The Manifesto for the Perfect Cup of Tea, toured internationally and Overlap (2016), his second, toured nationally.

 
Nicole Jackson

Nicole Jackson 

Nicole first met Corali at an open day in 2008. She regularly attends our professional development class and is also a member of SLIDE. Most recently she performed with the company at the Southbank Centre with an adaptation of the People Race the Fish (2017).

 
Bethan Kendrick

Bethan Kendrick

Bethan joined in 2003. She used to be part of Larondina Dance Company and Alessendre Dance School Company. Bethan has performed in Shed Show (2004), Refrain (2006), Easy Listening (2007), Fourtet (2008), Chord (2009), Scapes and Scores (2010), How Happy We Would Be (2011), Origami Atoms (2015), Hearts and Faces (2015), The People Race the Fish (2016), and her own solo, Time and Place (2017). She also regularly offers her support in the office to co-ordinate company meetings.

 
Jackie Ryan

Jackie Ryan

Jackie joined in 2003. Jackie has performed in Shed Show (2004), Refrain (2006), Easy Listening (2007), Fourtet (2008), Chord (2009), Scapes and Scores (2010) and How Happy We Would Be (2011). Jackie also facilitates workshops for Corali. She also takes part in Siren Arts Projects, a theatre group at Jackson’s Lane and has made regular appearances on the Community TV channel.