In Our Hands


In Our Hands

Having spent the past two years in close collaboration, the core team have developed a dedicated and supportive working relationship, both in solidarity to one another as parents, but also as co-creatives passionate about working and raising families simultaneously – and most importantly gaining an awareness that these must and should go hand in hand.

Through working intensively as an ensemble on the full production of Baba’s Song, the team is nourishing their unique working dynamic and have recently formed a fully-fledged theatre company, In Our Hands Theatre.


Jannah Warlow

Jannah Warlow is an actor, singer and musician who trained at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. She has a strong track record of successful collaborations as a freelancer in the creative industry. She has recently led music direction and the community choir on MathildaMathilda (Soap Soup Theatre), performed in Oedipuss in Boots (The Wardrobe Theatre, devised in Verity Standen’s company for the Mayfest 2018 commission ‘Undersong’. Working with Verity on various projects has enhanced her skills as an a cappella singer, performing complex vocal compositions. Other collaborations include The Bristol Old Vic Theatre, Pickled Image and Giffords Circus. Jannah was a 2015 Wales Theatre Award nominee. Read more…


Kim Heron is an actor, musician and theatre maker. She studied Lecoq based acting and devising at LISPA. She has recently worked with the Tobacco Factory Theatre Company, Theatre Ad Infinitum as an actor and musician, has created puppetry productions with Green Ginger and Platform 4 and worked with Concert Theatre, Open Attic, Freedom Studios, Pif-Paf and Mufti Games. Read more…

Naomi Lange

Naomi Lange, ‘Baba’s Song’ Creative Producer, is a physical theatre performer who studied at LISPA. She has experience of working  in the charity sector, recently as the treasurer for UK Buddhist charity, Reg. 1019886. Prior to maternity leave, she initiated an alumni volunteering programme at UWE Bristol and a large event for alumni volunteers. She recently organised a weekly ‘baby co-op’ for Bristol artist parents to meet and support each other to create work. Read more…

Emma Williams, Director

Emma Williams is a Bristol based director. Her work ranges from large outdoor spectacles to small intimate studio productions. She is interested in making work that reflects the tragic and hysterical world we inhabit. Directing credits include The Castle Builder and A Little Death by Vic Llewellyn and Kid Carpet, Intronauts by Green Ginger and She’s a Good Boy by Elise Heaven.