Amy Ann Kemp is a freelance producer and theatre practitioner based in the UK. Amy is currently studying at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, on the Drama, Applied Theatre, and Education undergraduate course. Producing Credits Include: Trans Voices Cabaret London (The Other Palace), Poetry and Lyrics Festival: Podcast (Poets in the City), Steep Themselves in Night (The Other Palace), TEDxRoyalCentralSchool (RCSSD), Lego Beach (INKBLOC ensemble).
AMY ANN KEMP
Harrison Knights is a prominent transgender actor, musician and advocate based in UK. He has recently worked with such companies as The National Theatre, The National Theatre of Scotland, BBC, Channel 4, Audible, and The National Youth Music Theatre. His credits include: All Together Now (Contestant - BBC), EastEnders (Court Clerk BBC), Silent Witness (BBC), Relativity (Nick - S1&2, BBC Radio 4), Just A Woman (Sam - BBC Radio 4) Sacred Country, Go The Way Your Blood Beats & Frankissstein: A Love Story (Narrator - Audiobook for Audible). Harrison was nominated for the Positive Role Model award for the National Diversity Awards 2018. Alongside acting, Harrison is also a keen trans advocate, having worked with BBC3 to bring light to trans singers. Harrison is also a contributor to BBC Radio Gloucestershire and hosted the show for the first time in June. Harrison trained at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and with The National Youth Theatre. Credits with NYMT include BRASS at both Leeds City Varieties (2014) and Hackney Empire (2016). Harrison directed, produced and MD'd the first performance of Brass in Concert at Birmingham Old Rep in 2017.