Meet the team

Loop’s people

Laura Edwards

Artistic director

Laura has over 20 years’ experience in teaching drama and movement to those with additional support needs. Laura has also worked as a director and performer.  She has trained in theatre, acting, clown, dance therapy and physical theatre  in London, Scotland and New York.

Janine Fearn

Head Facilitator

Janine is co-founder of LOOP Theatre and has been facilitating for ten years, delivering workshops in a variety of performance styles. She has worked with a number of youth and community projects around Scotland including Theatre Modo, PEEK, Ysort-it, Toonspeak and G.O.D.S.

Every aspect of her work is community and people focussed and she strives to engage, motivate and inspire people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds

Amy Conway

Amy graduated from the RCS in 2009 and has since been working professionally in Scotland as a performer, theatre maker and facilitator. Since joining Loop in early 2014, Amy has performed in several productions, forming strong relationships with the permanent ensemble members. Amy specialises in voice and singing.

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Nina Enemark

Nina has been with Loop as an associate artist and facilitator since late 2015 and specialises in creative movement. She also works as an independent movement artist and co-director of community dance organisation The Glasgow Jam.

William Coleman

William is an associate artist and facilitator at Loop. He joined the team after completing the Diploma in Physical Theatre at Summerhall and has also trained in Acting and Performance at Langside College. William enjoys working with characterisation and using his experience of theatre and movement in our Loop sessions.

Mary Ann Mckelvie

Mary Ann joined loop in 2015 and is one of our associate artists and facilitators. Since studying Acting and Performance at Langside College and completing a Diploma in Physical Theatre at Summerhall, Mary Ann has worked with a variety of groups to devise theatre work that engage audiences and challenge social norms.


Loop thrives on the support and insight offered by our diverse group of volunteers.  Without their constant enthusiasm and dedication our sessions would not be the same. If you’d be interested in volunteering please get in touch!

Supporting Artists

Loop Theatre has been lucky enough to work with many brilliant artists over the years including:

Calum MacAskill, a perfomer trained in physical theatre and specialising in theatrical clowning, puppetry and projection. Calum has worked with the company since its inception and is a valued contributor.

Hilde McKenna, a performer who has worked with the Elder Flowers and Hearts and Minds companies Hilde joined us for Games a Bogey and have enjoyed her continued support.

Nicolette Macleod, an actresss, singer songwriter and graduate of the RCS. Nicollete has collaborated with us musically and uses loop (no pun intended) pedals for awesome effect.

Tom Harlow trained in physical theatre and is a performer specialising in burlesque. Tom has contributed to our Monday sessions and Games a Bogey and we look forward to working with him in the future!

This is to name but a few of the valued members of the artistic community who have worked with and supported us.

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