The Creative Team


Toby is the composer and co-writer of ‘SIX’. Following the show’s debut at the Edinburgh Fringe last year (and after somehow graduating from uni despite the copious amounts of theatre and minimal amounts of actually doing his degree #oops), Toby has had the most incredible time developing ‘SIX’ and working with some unbelievably talented creatives in order to bring this ridiculous pop concert to life.


He’s so proud of the work that everyone has done on this production, and he can’t wait to share it with everyone who comes along - like you! Toby is also the co-writer and co-performer of the award-winning ‘Hot Gay Time Machine’, which is now a resident act at The Other Palace following performances in London’s West End and at both the Edinburgh and Brighton Fringe Festivals.


Toby studied English at the University of Cambridge (where he met friend and colleague, Lucy Moss) and his previous co-writing and composing credits include ‘SIX’, ‘Hot Gay Time Machine’, ‘Red/Wolf’ and this biography. twitter/insta: @thetobymarlow

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Writer / Co Director

Lucy Moss

Lucy is one half of Marlow and Moss, the writing duo behind ‘SIX,’ and is also one half of the show’s directors. Previous writer-director credits include ‘Hot Gay Time Machine,’ which has been performed in London’s West End and at the Edinburgh Fringe (where they won the Brighton Fringe Award for Excellence, no big deal).


‘Hot Gay Time Machine,’ of which Marlow and Moss comprise two thirds of the creative team, is currently resident at The Other Palace in London.


Previous directorial credits include ‘Pelican: The Cat Man Curse’ (Soho Theatre and Bedlam Theatre); ‘Pelican: Fisk’ (Brighton Fringe and Bedlam Theatre); Boris: World King (Trafalgar Studios and Pleasance Edinburgh - as assistant); Worklight Theatre’s ‘Monster’ (Perth Fringe, Australia and Pleasance Edinburgh - as associate); Red/Wolf (Vaults Festival - as assistant).


Lucy studied history at Cambridge University (where she met friend and colleague, Toby Marlow) and trained in Dance and Musical Theatre at Laine Theatre Arts. 

twitter/insta: @mucyloss

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Jamie is a Junior Associate at the King's Head Theatre. He trained at L'École Philippe Gaulier.


Directing credits include: And Tell Sad Stories of the Death of Queens (King's Head Theatre), Love Me Now (Tristan Bates Theatre), SIX (Edinburgh Fringe Festival & ADC Theatre), Spoonface Steinberg, (Edinburgh Fringe Festival), Richard II (Emmauel Chapel), Footlights Pantomime: Robin Hood, and Henry IV Part 1 (ADC Theatre). Credits as Associate include: The Boys in the Band (West End).


Credits as Assistant include: Out of Order (UK Tour), Platinum (Hampstead Theatre), and The Boys in the Band (Park Theatre & UK Tour).


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Co Director

Jamie Armitage

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Carrie-Anne Ingrouille

Carrie-Anne Ingrouille is a performer, choreographer and director originating from Guernsey. She has been a core member of the award-winning ZooNation Dance Company (who specialise in narrative hip hop theatre) since 2005. Her credits with the company include: Into the Hoods, Some Like it Hip Hop, ZooNation 10 Year Anniversary, Groove on Down the Road, ZooNation: Unplugged, The Show of Life, The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party and the London handover ceremonies for the Beijing Olympics, 2008. Carrie wears many different hats within ZooNation and her various roles include associate director, resident director, choreographer, performer and teacher. 

Carrie-Anne’s other performing and choreography theatre credits include: Blaze, The Street Dance Sensation (Peacock Theatre and European tour), Jeeves & Wooster in Perfect Nonsense (Duke of York’s and UK tour), The Suicide (NT), I Can’t Sing! The X Factor Musical (London Palladium), The International Olympic Committee Heads of State Performance 2012 (Royal Opera House), The Realness and Polatrix (Hackney Down Studios), R&D (Hampstead Theatre), Back to the Lab, Sum of Parts and Breakin’ Convention (Sadler’s Wells), The Catherine Tate Show Live (UK tour) and Whydentity (Royal Festival Hall).  

Carrie also engages in work in the commercial industry and has choreographed various music videos/live performances, corporate engagements and campaigns such as, Change4Life Summer Campaign 2015, StreetDance 3D (Vertigo Films), Sony ‘Dance Star Party’ (Playstation 3 Games), Esmee Denters T4 On the Beach (live performance), Elderbrook ‘Good Times’ music video, Google ‘Engage EMEA’ Corporate Dublin, F&F Children’s Autumn Campaign 2015 (internet advertisement), Sassoon at Salon International (gala dinner and presentation). 

As well as performing and choreographing, Carrie-Anne is extremely passionate about training and education and teaches at some of the UK’s leading dance establishments. She regularly tutors at the ZooNation Academy of Dance – and works closely with ZooNation Youth Company and other companies such as Boadicea and Woodside Dance Retreat. Carrie is also a regular adjudicator both nationally and internationally at various dance festivals and competitions around the world.

Carrie is currently resident choreographer on Hamilton, London. 

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Emma is an award-winning set and costume designer based in London and originally trained as an architect.


She graduated from the prestigious Motley Theatre Design Course in 2010 and in 2011 she was awarded the Linbury Prize for Stage Design for her production of ROY ORBISON IN CLINGFILM at the Royal Opera House.


She trained at the Royal Shakespeare Company in 2011 and designs set and costumes for theatre, opera, music and fashion. 

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Set Designer

Emma Bailey


Costume Designer

Gabriella Slade

Current and forthcoming projects include: SHOWSTOPPER! (Costume & Props; The Lyric, West End, previously The Apollo, Olivier Award for Best Entertainment and Family - 2016); A SPOONFUL OF SHERMAN (Set & Costumes; UK Tour 2018); SIX (Costume: UK Tour, Edinburgh & Arts Theatre); BILLIONAIRE BOY (Set & Costumes; Nuffield Theatre, Southampton).

Set and Costume credits include: SPRING AWAKENING (Hope Mill Theatre); THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST (UK Tour); CINDERELLA (Citizens Theatre, Glasgow); LOOT (Watermill Theatre & Park Theatre); BODIES (Royal Court Theatre); MURDER FOR TWO (Watermill Theatre & The Other Palace); ROMEO AND JULIET; CAUCASIAN CHALK CIRCLE; HOW DO YOU EAT AN ELEPHANT? (National Youth Theatre Wales); THE IRIS MURDER (Traverse Theatre & Scottish Tour); KOMMILITONEN! (Welsh National Opera); STIG OF THE DUMP (UK Tour); WIND IN THE WILLOWS (Oxford Playhouse); BUMBLESCRATCH (Adelphi Theatre, Gala Performance); HENRY VI; RICHARD III (Wales Millennium Centre); HOUSE OF BLAKEWELL - WE CAN MAKE YOU HAPPY (Edinburgh Festival & Vault Festival); LOVE BIRDS; HAPPY NEVER AFTER (Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh

Festival); ALICE IN WONDERLAND (Oxford Playhouse); ALBERT HERRING; COSI FAN TUTTI (Dora Stouzker Hall); HOUSE OF BLAKEWELL'S HOUSE PARTY (Latitude, Bestival & Vault Festival); THE MIRACLE; A CUCKOO IN THE NEST; A MONTH IN THE COUNTRY (Richard Burton Theatre); DEAD BORN GROW (Frantic Assembly & National Youth Theatre Wales); SHE LOVES ME; THE HOUSE OF BERNARDA ALBA (GSA); THE BLOOD IS STRONG (Finborough Theatre); HAPPY NEVER AFTER + PEOPLE LIKE US (Pleasance Theatre).


Costume credits include: WORKING (Southwark Playhouse); THE GREEN HOUSE (National Dance Company, Wales); IN THE HEIGHTS (Kings Cross Theatre, previously Southwark Playhouse, Winner of 3 Olivier Awards); PETER AND THE STARCATCHER (Royal and Derngate); THE LAST FIVE YEARS (St James’ Theatre); THE LAST MERMAID (Wales Millennium Centre); FOLK (National Dance Company Wales); A CHRISTMAS CAROL; THE ADVENTURES OF PINOCCHIO; THE ONE HUNDRED AND ONE DALMATIANS (Castle Theatre); JUST SO; WIND IN THE WILLOWS (South Hill Park); EVERYDAY MAPS FOR EVERYDAY USE (Finborough Theatre); STEVE AND THEN IT ENDED (Theatre503).
Assistant credits include: DE GABAY (Set & Costumes, National Theatre, Wales); BEYOND BORDERS (Set & Costumes, National Youth Theatre Wales); CANDIDE (Costumes, RSC); THE COMMITMENTS (Costumes, Palace Theatre, West End); FROM HERE TO ETERNITY (Costumes, Shaftesbury Theatre, West End); THE DUCHESS OF MALFI (Set & Props, Punchdrunk, ENO). She has also assisted on TV programmes for the BBC, and various festivals including Glastonbury and the Big Chill.

Gabriella received an Off West-End Award Nomination for Best Costume Design in 2015 for IN THE HEIGHTS. She was a JMK Award finalist in 2014, an RSC Trainee Designer finalist in 2013 & 2014 and was shortlisted for The Linbury Prize for Stage Design in 2013. Gabriella studied Theatre Design at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.  

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Theatre includes:
As Sound Designer: Walt Disney Theatrical & Cameron Mackintosh’s ‘Mary Poppins’ (Zurich, Dubai, Japan).

As Associate Sound Designer: Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Woman in White (London and Broadway), The Sound of Music (London, Toronto and UK tour), Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Adelphi), Saturday Night Fever (Apollo Victoria, Madrid Teatro Coliseum and UK tours), Zorro – The Musical (Garrick, Paris Folies Bergère), Der Schuh des Manitu (Theater des Westens - Berlin), Ich War Noch Niemals in New York(Operettenhaus, Hamburg & Coliseum, Stuttgart), Hair (The Gate), Starlight Express (UK Tours), The Phantom of the Opera (London and Broadway sound re-designs, Hamburg, Paris), Phantom – The Las Vegas Spectacular (Venetian), Sister Act –The Musical (London Palladium). 25th Anniversary Productions of Les Misérables (International Tours, Madrid, US First National Tour, Spanish Tour) and Phantom Of The Opera (National Tour), Love Never Dies (Adelphi and Australia), Evita (1st National US Tour), Miss Saigon (Netherlands, Japan). Half A Sixpence (Chichester Festival Theatre, Noel Coward Theatre - London) & Hamilton (Victoria Palace)

Sound Designer

Paul Gatehouse

Paul associate designed and mixed the 25th Anniversary Concert of Les Misérables at The O2 Arena and the 25th Anniversary Production of Phantom Of The Opera at The Royal Albert Hall.

Film includes:
Film audio mixing for ‘Miss Saigon ‘Definitive Live Recording at the Prince Edward Theatre and the Miss Saigon: 25th Anniversary Performance (5.1 theatrical cinema release & blu-ray) and the recent Walt Disney Theatrical’s release of ‘Newsie’s Live’ (5.1 theatrical cinema release & bluray).

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Lighting Designer

Tim Deiling

American Idiot (West End), Knights Of The Rose (West End), Our House (UK Tour), Summer Holiday (UK Tour), Dedication (Nuffield Theatre), Miss Atomic Bomb (St James), Crazy For Your, Guys & Dolls, On The 20th Century (Guildhall), Dick
Whittington, Cinderella, Aladdin, Jack & The Beanstalk (Lyric Hammersmith), Vanities, Bash (Trafalgar Studios), The Mikado (UK Tour), Miracle on 34th st (UK Tour), HMS Pinafore (Hackney Empire/UK Tour), Incognito (The Bush), Fuck The Polar Bears (The Bush), Table (Arts Ed), Zombie Prom (Landor Theatre), The Dr Who Experience (BBC Cardiff), Bare (Greenwich Theatre), The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (Platform Theatre), Moby Dick, Annie Get Your Gun, Closer To Heaven, Honk, Louserville The Musical, Whistle Down The Wind, Pacific Overtures, Bare, and Billy (The Union), Good With People (59E59, NYC), The 8th (The Barbican), Boiling Frogs (Southwark Playhouse), Wigan, & 65 Miles (Hull Truck), Chips With Everything (Embassy Studio), As Is (Finbourgh Theatre), Concrete Jungle (Riverside Studios),The Oikos Project and Protozoa (The Red Room), Zombie Prom The Musical (Landor Theatre), Macbeth (Sprite Productions), Boiling Frogs (Factory Theatre).

Tim was the Associate Lighting designer for the National Theatre. He’s also worked as an Associate Lighting Designer on projects like Scottsboro Boys (West End), White Christmas, (West End), Chicago The Musical (West End, Uk Tour, International), 9 to 5 The Musical (UK Tour), Pipin (Chocolate Factory), and High School Musical 2 (UK Tour).

Film Credits: Film Stars Don’t Die In Liverpool (EON Films), Animal Charm, The Prank Show (BBC)

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Tom studied composition at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama.

As orchestrator/arranger: SIX (Arts Theatre, London); Barnum (associate, Menier Chocolate Factory); Shadows & Reflections (Marc Almond UK tour 2017); West End Bares 2016/17 (Novello); Funny Girl (associate, Menier Chocolate Factory/Savoy/UK tour); Liza Pulman Sings Hollywood (UK tour); High Society (additional orchestrations, The Old Vic); The Sound of Music (UK tour 2015/16); Fully Committed (Menier Chocolate Factory); My Land’s Shore (2013 workshop); Peter Pan (workshop, Lyric); Jekyll & Hyde (Union Theatre); After The Turn (Courtyard Theatre), and 5 shows for Cambridge Touring Theatre.

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Music Supervisor

Joe Beighton

Joe studied music at Cambridge University where he was president of the Musical Theatre Society and a choral scholar.

He then trained at the Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts.


Past credits include: SIX (Musical Director, Arts Theatre London), Dank Yankees (Asst. Musical Director, Unicorn Theatre), There's No Business Like Show Quizness (Musical Director, Pizza Express Live: Holborn), Janie Dee 'Off the Record' (Musical Director, Live at Zedel), Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Asst. Musical Director, Bernie Grant Arts Centre).

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Grace is originally from Melbourne, Australia and has studied at Guildford School of Acting.

Directing credits include: ‘Fanatical’ by Reina Hardy and Matt Board at the Playground Theatre, ‘Drag Actually’ and ‘The Path To Extinction’ starring Cazeleon and Gingzilla, ‘Cazeleon: The Movies in my Mind’ and ‘Decibels’ at the Edinburgh Fringe, ‘Lovebites’ (European Premier) at the White Bear Theatre, ‘IF’ at Waterloo East, ‘The Australian Girl’ at N16, ‘Baby Come Back’ at Leicester Square Theatre and ‘Pandora’ at GSA.

Associate director credits have included: ‘Wasted’ and ‘Superhero’ (Southwark Playhouse, dir. Adam Lenson) and  ‘Fanatical’ (Mountview, dir. Lotte Wakeham).

Assistant directing credits include: ‘Jersey Boys International Tour’ (Selladoor, dir. Luke Sheppard), ‘Whisper House’ (The Other Palace, dir. Adam Lenson) and ‘Sweet Charity’ (The Curve, Leicester, dir. Lotte Wakeham).

Grace has a passion for new musical theatre and is very excited to be joining the team of Six.

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Associate Director

Grace Taylor


Associate Director

Franny Anne Rafferty

Training: Royal Central School of Speech & Drama.

Recipient of the MGCFutures 2017 Assistant Director Award with Mercury Colchester.

Current project/s: Six by Toby Marlow & Lucy Moss as Associate Director, Vanya’s by Barlow & Smith, and writing-developing Wreckclamation. 

Work as a Director: Vanya’s by Barlow & Smith (MMD workshop); The Field by Lydia Thomson for Rapid Write Response (Theatre 503); A West End Christmas (Cadogen Hall); The Fun Club presents… [Working Title] (Camden People’s Theatre and Edfringe 2018); Jonathan Larson's Tick, tick... Boom!, and The Accrington Pals by Peter Whelan (Bridewell Theatre).

As an Associate Director: Turn of the Screw (UK Tour); The Rink (Southwark Playhouse); Titanic The Musical (UK /Ireland Tour and Hamburg State Opera); and Spamalot (UK Tour 2018).

As an Assistant Director: Pickle Jar (Soho Theatre); Turn of the Screw (Mercury Colchester and UK Tour 2018); Ever Onward Workshop (The Other Palace); and Spamalot (UK Tour 2017).

As a Producer: For Lyric Hammersmith Alan Parker’s Bugsy Malone, and Herons by Simon Stephens.

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