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  • Meet Our Newest Team Members!

    Image: Adam Welsh (left) and Nisha Oza (right)

    We are thrilled to introduce our newest team members: Nisha Oza (Artist Support Producer) and Adam Welsh (Artist in the Community)

    Nisha Oza

    Who are you and what do you do at CPT?

    I’m Nisha, the new Artist Support Producer at CPT

    What part of your role are you most excited about?

    To support creatives coming through CPT’s schemes is a real honour. I’m so excited to work with each individual on their own trajectory, giving them the tools to thrive in the wider theatre ecology, using CPT’s inspiring vision of community through extraordinary performance as a vital anchor.

    What's your favourite kind of theatre/performance?

    I really just love a good story, honestly told. That can take any form.

    What's your go-to drink when you see a show?

    Probably just a white americano, or a tonic water if I’m feeling fancy. I’d fall asleep after one of anything stronger.

    What shows are you looking forward to the most at CPT this season?  

    I’m looking forward to absolutely everything in the Vault Rehomed season, and so thrilled that these shows are getting the platform they deserve. Also looking forward to I Hate It Here because I’m obsessed with Dolly Parton.

    Nisha is co-founder and creative producer at The Lot Productions, who make independent work with an inclusive mindset. She has worked across the subsidised and commercial sectors for Organisations including the National Theatre, The Bridge Theatre, Kiln Theatre and Tamasha Theatre Company.

    As a freelance producer, Nisha has worked across stage and screen. She produced Theatre Weekly’s number 1 off-west end production 2019, World’s End by James Corley and the Iris Prize Best British Nominee, The Scene.

    She is a trustee for Stage One Producer’s Charity and Roots Touring Theatre Company.

    Adam Welsh

    Who are you and what do you do at CPT?

    I'm Adam and I am CPT's new Artist in the Community!

    What part of your role are you most excited about?

    Making friends with the hyper local communities and finding out how I can use my skills as an artist to serve them and CPT. Because it's a new role too, I'm excited about helping to shape what the role can be and to influence how CPT relates to its communities.

    What's your favourite kind of theatre/performance?

    I actually love non-verbal stuff, the less linear the better, I'm very sound and image driven and I like to tap into the emotional register of a work, rather than the intellectual... I have ADHD so following plots and words is exhausting.

    What's your go-to drink when you see a show?

    Non-Alcoholic Beer. Hoppy one's.

    What shows are you looking forward to the most at CPT this season?

    Oooooooo ALL OF THEM, particularly excited about SPRINT though, as that's where I started out as an artist!

    Adam Welsh is a writer, director and sound designer.

    He is a co-founder and associate artist of Dead Centre, the theatre company behind the cult show Lippy. Dead Centre have received international acclaim for their work and are recipients of two Irish Times Theatre Awards, a Fringe First, a Herald Angel, a Total Theatre Award and an OBIE award. Adam was nominated for an Irish Times Theatre award for his sound design work with the company.

    As writer / director, credits include There but for the grace of God go I (Camden People’s Theatre, Soho Theatre, ARC Stockton) and No Future (CPT, Shoreditch Town Hall).

    Organisations he has worked with include The National Theatre, Young Vic, Headlong, The Yard, Barbican, Schaubühne, Druid, Sage Gateshead, BAC and Lincoln Center NYC.

    Adam is also founder and director of Divergent Talent Group, the UK's first talent agency for neurodivergent actors, writers and creatives exclusively.

    “Keep up the good work producing cutting-edge theatre for everyone in London”

    Councillor Jonathan Simpson, 29 January 2018