Guillaume Pigé - Artistic Director

Guillaume is an actor, director, mime and magician. He formed Theatre Re in 2009.

Guillaume trained at the Conservatory of Villeurbanne (FR) and graduated from the International School of Corporeal Mime in London under the direction of Corinne Soum and Steven Wasson. He also studied with Thomas Leabhart and Daniel Stein. Guillaume holds an MA in Text and Performance Studies from King’s College & RADA.

Apart from directing and performing in all Theatre Re’s productions to date, Guillaume worked as a Movement Director with Andrew Visnevski, Sue Dunderdale and Bill Gaskill. He is an Associate Teacher at RADA, and is regularly invited to give workshops in the UK (London International Mime Festival, Fourth Monkey TC), the US (Louisiana State University) and France (Conservatory of Villeurbanne).

He was recently commissioned by The National Theatre (UK) to produce a new literal translation of Tartuffe by Molière.

Since 2014, Guillaume is an Associate Artist at South Hill Park Arts Centre (UK).

Creative teams

We work closely with various professional theatre makers (performers, composers, directors, designers, writers, film makers) from diverse artistic and cultural experiences to devise our shows.

The work could not happen without these precious collaborators and their names are credited under the production that they are involved with.

We are also always very keen to meet new people to work with, so if you like what we do and would like to work with us, do send us an email at:

Alex Judd - Associate Artist

Alex is a musician and composer. He studied violin, piano and composition at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London before going on to read music at Goldsmiths College, University of London and specialising in composition. In 2013 he was nominated for an Off West End Award for his work on The Little Soldiers (Theatre Re).

Alex composes extensively for dance and drama projects, most recently having composed and performed for the Theatre Re productions of The Gambler (Jackson’s Lane, RADA, The Roundhouse and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2012 and Uk tour) and The Little Soldiers (The Cockpit, Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2013 and Uk tour). Other recent composition credits include Othello at Lauderdale House (Aug 2010) and music for pieces performed at the European Cultural Congress (Sept 2011) and Resolution! Festival at The Place (Jan 2011).

Alex is also an experienced session musician having performed in many orchestras as a violinist, and worked with several bands in the recording studio and live onstage as a session pianist and guitarist.

Most recently Alex worked with the ‘Noisettes’, and is a permanent session musician for ‘Bright Light Bright Light’ and ‘Glass Pear’.


Malik Ibheis - Associate Artist

Malik is a trained Mime, Physical Performer and Costume Designer.

He has studied at Die Etage, Berlin, and graduated from the International School of Corporeal Mime in London. He is also currently training in contortion and advanced flexibility with world famous Mongolian contortionist Iona Luvsandorj.

As The Ungewinster he creates characters using props, costumes and makeup he designs and builds himself, drawing inspiration from expressionist silent movies, comic books, Steampunk, as well as the works of Edward Gorey, Neil Gaiman and Tim Burton. His costume designs for 'The Little Soldiers' by Theatre Re were nominated for an Off West End Award and his short-film 'The Gorey Cabinet' won 1st place at the Paracosm Contest by La République Internationale Des Arts and a Dandypunk.

He has worked with film-maker Shelly Love, punk-marching-band Perhaps Contraption, for the CBBC, Punchdrunk, London Wonderground, Petersham Playhouse and events such as Rumpus, A Curious Invitation, White Mischief and the Double R Club. He was recently performing in and creating the costumes for 'The Caligari Experience' by Compass Presents and is currently in the design process for props and costumes on Theatre Re’s 'Blind Man's Song' as well as for ‘Pandoras Circus’ by Inverted. Together with infamous singer and performer Le Pustra he is now building a little universe of his own, called ‘The Gorey Cabinet’.

Photo: François Verbeek

“Theatre Re has a gorgeous aesthetic quality that enchants the audience.”

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Katherine Graham - Associate Artist

Katherine is a lighting designer and researcher. She is a PhD candidate at the University of Leeds, where her work focuses on the agency of light in performance. She also holds an MA in Visual Language of Performance from Wimbledon College of Art, London, and also read Drama Studies and Modern Irish at Trinity College, Dublin.

Specialising in new and devised practice she has worked extensively as a lighting designer in the UK and Ireland, and intermittently as a stage and costume designer. With Theatre Re she has designed light for ‘Blind Man’s Song’; ‘The Little Soldiers’; and ‘The Gambler’. Her design work includes light and stage design for ‘No’s Knife’, a new adaptation of Samuel Beckett’s Texts for Nothing, in New York for the Lincoln Centre’s White Light Festival 2015. Other light designs include ‘Saxon Court’; ‘Responsible Other’; ‘Sense’; and ‘Chicken’ (Made by Brick); ‘Nineveh’ (Theatre Temoin); ‘The Flying Roast Goose’ (Out of Chaos); ‘BYPASS’ (Painted Filly); ‘You Can’t Just Leave There’s Always Something’; ‘Andy Warhol’s Nothing Special’ (Spilt Gin). She is an associate artist with Beyond the Bark Puppet and Installation Theatre, with whom she has designed lighting for ‘Spun’ and ‘The Bright Side of the Moon’.

Practice as research presentations include the solo works ‘Re-membering’ (London) and ‘City Walk’ (London/Dublin/Galway) and lighting design for the first production of Wyndham Lewis’ Enemy of the Stars (Dublin and Fez).

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