ChewBoy Productions is an award-winning multi-arts production company specialising in theatre, film, digital and working with new voices. We create surrealist work which gives you something to chew on long after you’ve experienced it; with each project being unique in utilising the skills of creatives from different backgrounds and specialities.
Meet the Team
Co-Artistic Director, Head of Literary, Marketing & Development
Georgie is a multi-award-winning Playwright and Poet. In 2020, he graduated from Bristol Old Vic Theatre School’s MA Dramatic Writing and recently completed his tenure as one of the Oxford Playhouse Playmakers. He’s an alumnus of Soho Theatre, HighTide Theatre, Minack Theatre and Papatango’s respective playwright development schemes and produces inclusive, accessible arts projects as a freelancer. Georgie is an associate artist of the OFFIE Nominated Proforca Theatre Company.
Recent credits include: TETHERED and VOLCANO (Lion and Unicorn Theatre), The Prang and Tadpoles (Bristol Old Vic Theatre School), DJ Bazzer’s Year 6 Disco (Golden Goose Theatre, Riverside Studios, NSDF), These Things That Burn (Broken Silence Theatre), GORGER (Oxford Playhouse Extract) and The Waters of Brygstow (Unreal Estates Bristol).
Upcoming work includes: ChewFest (Lion and Unicorn Theatre), Museum of Bad Vibes (BBC Sounds), Oh, the Places We've Been! (R&D)
Co-Artistic Director, Head of Film, Branding & Design
Hal is an actor, film maker, editor and artist. Hal has been involved in 7 productions with Chichester festival theatre, with both the youth theatre and a season show. Sadly, the happiest he has ever been is when he received a review in which it stated that Hal had ‘a voice so sexy it could seduce anyone’.
Hal, with Georgie co-founded the company in 2018. He works a film maker/graphic designer, Focusing on cinematography and editing. He recently co-directed The Process Trilogy with Georgie, As well as shooting and editing the films. Hal Darling hates birds, believes whole heartedly that horses are from out of space, and really loves it when rap songs use a choir.
Lucy is a freelance Director, Workshop Leader and playwright. She directed Sleeping Beauty at Chichester Festival Theatre in December 2018 and was back there directing The Wizard of Oz as part of their 2019 season. In 2022, Lucy won the OFFIE for Best Director for Lone Flyer (Jermyn Street).
Lucy was Head of Performance at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford, from 2015 – 2017, having previously been Youth Theatre Leader there from 2010.
She is an associate artist at the watermill, Associate Director – Children’s Theatre at the Apollo Theatre Company and a freelance lecturer at Roehampton University.
Production Assistant & Trainee Director
Selwin is a director and theatremaker specialising in new writing and devised theatre.
His work has been performed at the Warwick Arts Centre, Barbican Theatre Plymouth and Lion and Unicorn Theatre. He recently directed Above Bounds’ production of The Pizza Inspector which was co-created with young people in Plymouth and toured local schools and community spaces.
He is also Co-Artistic Director of White Noise Theatre, creating new writing from scratch with actor-writers. Their work has been supported by the National Student Drama Festival and showcased on their digital platform, NSDF Hub.
Chloe is a freelance lighting designer, production manager, and stage manager. She graduated from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama with a BA in Theatre Technology and from the Mountview Academy of Theatre of Arts with an MA in Creative Producing.
Chloe’s credits include: ‘Five Plays’ (Young Vic), ‘I Could Use a Drink’ (Garrick Theatre), ‘Tell Me Straight’ (King’s Head Theatre), ‘Fairview’ (Young Vic), and ‘Space to Be’ (Oily Cart).