Direction for Up in Arms includes The March On Russia (Orange Tree), Blood Wedding (LAMDA), In Lipstick (Pleasance Theatre), While We're Here (Bush Theatre, Farnham Maltings and tour), German Skerries (Orange Tree and tour), Eventide (Arcola and tour), Visitors (Arcola, Bush Theatre and tour), Fear of Music (tour with Out of Joint) and At First Sight (tour and Latitude Festival). Other theatre includes Paradise and Every Day I Make Greatness Happen (Hampstead Theatre), Echo's End (Salisbury Playhouse), Thirty Christmases (Supporting Wall), Orca (Papatango at Southwark Playhouse) and Orson's Shadow (Southwark Playhouse).
Barney is the author of two novels, several plays and two books of non-fiction. He has won awards from the Critics' Circle, the International Theatre Institute and the Society of Authors, is a fellow of the Royal Society of Literature, and sits on the Society of Authors' Scriptwriters Committee. He is the Martin Esslin Playwright in Residence at Keble College, Oxford, and has been named by the Evening Standard as one of the 1000 Most Influential Londoners. His third novel, The Vanishing Hours, will be published in the summer, and his retelling of Lorca's Blood Wedding will tour nationally next year.
Charlie has worked around the UK and across the world at venues including Sydney Opera House, the Lyric, the Vaudeville, the Barbican and the Arts Theatre as a stage manager for Kenny Wax, Nick Brooke Ltd, Tall Stories, Complicite, Mischief Theatre, The Wrong Crowd, House, Arcola, Southwark Playhouse, The Point in Eastleigh, Trafalgar Studios and many others. For Up In Arms she has stage managed Fear Of Music, Visitors, Eventide, German Skerries, While We're Here and The March On Russia.