Jessica Jordan-Wrench is co-director of the Tom Thumb Theatre and .dash, alongside freelance work as a curator, creative producer, and lecturer. Her productions have been described as “experimental theatre with a rock’n’roll style.” She also sings and play bass in various bands and worked for many years as a music journalist.
The Tom Thumb is one of the smallest theatres in the world, yet Jessica and her team have built a reputation nationally as a creative hub for live arts. They’re energetically and passionately committed to sharing innovative and exciting work, welcoming a diverse range of acclaimed artists.
.dash are a noisy performance company. They celebrate immediacy, challenging the perception that theatre is elitist, boring and disengaged. .dash frequently work outside of traditional theatre settings and across artistic disciplines, incorporating theatre, music, installation, creative writing and performance art.