Juliana is the head of the theatre, She writes the scripts and coordinates the collaborative direction.

Her theatre activity among Slovak migrants in London began in 2009. She maintained the existence of the theatre by producing approximately one theatre production a year since 2009. Initially in Slovakia, she trained as a secondary school teacher. She first directed at a students' theatre (2003 - 2007). Consequently, she was devising theatre with children (2006) and she has been devising with young adults in London since 2008. Her work with both amateur,and trained actors in London was reflected on during MA Applied Theatre studies at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in 2015.


music composer

Katarína composed and recorded all piano parts in Academy for Women. She made up the tune for the song 'The Woman'.

She graduated from The Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava, achieving MA in Choir Conducting. Previously, she trained as a secondary school music teacher at the University of Constantine the Philosopher in Nitra. Katarína prepared all music arrangements for the previous STL production Migrants' Rhapsody, including the composition of the music to the song 'Loneliness' and recorded all piano parts for the Rhapsody sounds. Katarina is an excellent piano player and teacher, with a passion for innovative composition.




Jana joined the theatre crew as a choreographer in May 2017. She directed and choreographed the most recent production Mum, what did you want?. Previously, she designed and rehearsed choreographies for shadow parts and the Strip Song in Academy of Women. Jana also choreographed the Rap Song, Loneliness, The Chance and the „I believe I can fly“ parts in the STL production Migrants' Rhapsody. 

Jana graduated from the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague, MA in Physical Theatre. She is a choreographer and a co-director of many international projects within Contemporary Circus. She taught and performed in Japan, Turkey, France and Italy among others. 


theatre designer


Sara designed the set for Academy for Women, she also developed the common idea of costumes design.


She began her journey as a theatre designer back in Slovakia, studying costume design at a secondary school. At recently finished her undergraduate studies at UAL Wimbledon focusing on set and costume design. Amongst her most recent projects are designs for The Corbett Theatre in collaboration with East 15 Acting School, The Place in collaboration with London Contemporary Dance School and design for a production of How to Survive a Swarm of Bees at The Lyric Hammersmith.