We are The Mostly Everything People; an interdisciplinary theatre company specialising in bold, modern devised touring work.
We make transformative theatre about human behaviour. We are generously theatrical: movement, sound design, technical trickery, and fresh, irreverent humour. Our mission is making truly contemporary, physical work completely accessible to even infrequent theatregoers, more keen on theatre than when they arrived: transformed, entertained, and challenged.
We’ve worked in Europe, US and throughout Britain. We were Emerging Artists 2015 at Canada Water Culture Space. ‘The Very Important Child’ toured regionally supported by Arts Council England, receiving 5 star reviews.
Jennifer Fletcher - Co-Director
Jennifer grew up in Cornwall before training in Dance Theatre at LABAN. Since then she has worked in many areas of performance as a choreographer, director, movement director, performer and continues to make work with the two companies she has co-founded; The Mostly Everything People and NOVA.
Recent credits include; Secret Seven (Storyhouse), The Beggar's Opera (Storyhouse), Semele (Mid Wales Opera/RWCMD), Jason and the Argonauts (Dancing Brick), People of the Eye (Deaf and Hearing Ensemble), Snow Child (Dancing Brick/Unicorn Theatre), We Can Make You Happy (House of Blakewell), Dido and Aeneas (OperaUpClose), Rhinegold (Liveartshow), and Dido and Aeneas (Bath International Music Festival/Royal College of Music) among others.
Christopher Preece is a musician and theatre maker trained at Trinity College of Music, now TrinityLaban.
He enjoys devising, playing many instruments, being a physical musician, singing songs, being absurd, doing complicated things, creating an atmosphere, engaging with an audience, working with text, standing still, improvising, live electronics, and accompanying choirs, among other things.
He has worked with award-winning companies such as New Art Club, Dancing Brick, Royal Exchange Manchester, Unicorn Theatre, Graeae Theatre, Spark Arts, Dens and Signals, Birds Nest Theatre, Tangere Arts and more.
As a jazz musician Christopher has toured the UK and internationally with big bands and small groups; appearing on BBC London, BBC Radio 2 and Jazz FM.
He was resident composer/musician with the award-winning Cathy Waller Company, and leads a community choir "AppleChorus" at Applecart Arts in East London.
Christopher Preece - Co-Director
Virginia is a freelance performer and choreographer.
She is interested in collaborative practices, compositional methods involving the territory of the planned and the improvised and the idea of the body as a cultural and political place.
Her experience and training spans from theatre, dance and clowning, and her choreographic work has been presented in Italy, UK and the Netherlands.