Who We Are
Gold Ladybird Productions is a full sensorial immersive theatre company focusing on untold stories from people from all walks of life and from around the world.
The theatre industry is booming and most immersive theatre in the current day focuses on well known stories. We are different! We are all about authentic stories with deeper roots and morals which haven't been heard before!
Join us on our journey and we promise that you will see and experience beautiful things you have never seen before!
Serena is the founder of Gold Ladybird productions. She has been in the acting industry for over 7 years and has been a part of many film/TV productions from the likes of Harry Potter to Holby City. She has now transferred into the advertising industry working as a Freelance Senior Project Manager and has a lot of experience managing new innovative projects.
The inspiration for this production was born from her love for immersive theatre and her intrigue into her mother's beautiful life story. She has journeyed to the villages of India a number of times of the past years interviewing locals, speaking to members of the community and pul7ing apart the history from the beauty to the corruption.
Her love for immersive theatre has grown over the years and she has identified this as not only a new and beautiful experience for the modern day but also a sense of relief for audiences who live a hectic lifestyle.
Eduard is a freelance theatre director specialising in new writing, contemporary British theatre and modern/traditional classic texts. Trained in Theatre Directing at Birkbeck University Eduard was Trainee Director at Royal Exchange Theatre Manchester from 2012-2013.
Last year he was long listed for the Regional Theatrical Support Trust Directing Award and the Old Vic 12. Recently, due to the success of his previous production he returned to direct and deliver actor training as part of the BRIT programme in Tampa, America joining past alumni such as; Sam Mendes, Paul Miller, Tamara Harvey and Ian Talbot.
Eduard also works as a dramaturge, developing scripts to production and as a script reader for The Rose Theatre Kingston, Bruntwood Prize and Royal Exchange Theatre Manchester.
Satinder is a journalist and documentary researcher/assistant producer turned playwright from Southall, West London.
Her plays include Zameen (Kali Theatre UK tour 2008), KabaddiKabaddiKabaddi (Pursued By A Bear/Kali UK tour 2012), 1984 (Vibrant Festival 2014 Finborough Theatre) and Lotus Beauty, a 2016 Sultan Padamsee Playwriting Award Runner-Up. As Writer-in-Residence at the Centre for Family Research (Cambridge University), she wrote Half of Me, first performed by Generation Arts in 2016 (Lyric Hammersmith).
Satinder received OffWestEnd.com’s 2013 Adopt A Playwright Award to develop Made in India, which toured the UK in 2017 and received the 2017 ACTA Award for Best Production. She is currently co-adapting Gulliver’s Travels with award-winning writer Mike Kenny for Bolton Octagon’s 50th anniversary, developing film projects and writing Pind, a short story collection about the Punjabi diaspora.
We are still building our team, so if you feel like you'd like to contribute, please get in touch!