Established in 2017 by Yossi Goodlink and Tyler Luke Cunningham.
The two best friends have a collective 30 years experience performing, both starting in their own way before the age of 10. Since meeting at Chickenshed Theatre Company the pair have been running workshops and creating theatre and music together for over 5 years.
Sharing the same vision for creating unique art and delivering excellent spoken word education.
They have gone on to produce & direct short films, as well as create live performances blending theatre and poetry, and delivering numerous workshops around the country.
Yossi is an award-winning poet, actor and practitioner of performance education. He has worked with young people in a creative setting since he was ten, starting out at Chickenshed Theatre Company in north London, then going on to train in Acting at RADA (Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts.) Yossi's acting work includes 'Lord of the Flies' a Major No.1 UK & Ireland tour for Regents Park Open Air Theatre. Yossi has performed widely across London and in the West End as well as starring in, writing, producing and directing many highly acclaimed short films.
Yossi’s unique style of poetry has led him to perform at venues like BAFTA, Tate Modern and the British Museum. He has worked in partnership with organisations such as MTV, The British Red Cross & Counterpoints Arts.
Online, his spoken word videos have accumulated over 200,000 views. And Yossi is excited to release his long-awaited first album, a musical spoken word project of 8 tracks which he believes will be the first of it's kind.
Above all this, Yossi takes pride in his work with young people. He has been producing and facilitating poetry workshops for three years, working in schools, colleges, universities and youth groups. Currently Yossi is producing and facilitating his first Arts Council England funded, multi-partnership project - 'Right to Speak' - 'Engaging marginalised young people in social issues through spoken word poetry'. During this project Yossi and Tyler are working with over one hundred young refugees and migrants across 6 London boroughs, creating short poetry films showcasing the participants views, ideas and stories.
Tyler is a highly accredited actor, singer, dancer and practitioner of performance education. Tyler first stepped on stage at the Royal Festival Hall aged 9, as part of a Gospel Concert. Since then he has gone on to work across the globe in stage, screen and musical performance.
Tyler trained on the Foundation Degree in Inclusive Performance at Chickenshed Theatre Company and has since delivered hundreds of workshops and classes to people of all abilities. Tyler has taught at Platinum Performing Arts School for 6 years, and takes particular pride in his weekly inclusion classes which enrich the lives of young people with various complex needs.
Whilst focusing on creating work to empower others, Tyler is still managing to build up an impressive acting CV. His work so far includes: Spider Man Far From Home (Marvel), Boy Meets Girl (BBC), Summer in London (Theatre Royal Stratford East), Flack (UKTV) and Holby City (BBC).
Tyler has unique style of vocal performance blending a soulful baritone voice with explosive rap flows and complex lyricism. Tyler is currently teaching himself to produce music and working on a collection of songs whilst facilitating spoken word workshops and filming several TV shows.