Brickdust builds stories from the ground up, working with writers who excite us to develop narrative told from an alternative perspective. We believe it is important to make work that illuminates our society and the times in which we live. We strive to always tell the truth, even in fiction.
Our stories are for now and for everyone.
Charlotte Peters and Larner Wallace-Taylor started Brickdust after an evening of putting the world to rights got out of hand. They share the same ethos and sometimes even a bottle of wine.
For Brickdust, Larner recently produced How Love Is Spelt (Southwark Playhouse), Bury the Dead (Finborough Theatre) and The Mouth of a Shark (VAULT Festival). Upcoming projects include a studio tour of By My Strength by Bruntwood Prize longlisted Laura Stevens. In 2017, she assisted David Ralf on his production of Sea Fret at the Old Red Lion. She is a member of the Literary Panel for Original Theatre and is currently a member of Stage One’s Bridge the Gap mentorship scheme.
Larner is also an actress and voice over artist. She has appeared in An Inspector Calls (National Tour), I Hate Alone (Middle Child Theatre), By My Strength (Women and War Festival), Doctors (BBC) and Blue Murder (ITV).
Charlotte is Associate Director on the UK & International Tour of War Horse and UK/US tour of An Inspector Calls, following Resident Director roles on both shows at the National Theatre and in the West End. She recently directed the national tour of Rachel Wagstaff’s adaptation of Sebastian Faulk’s Birdsong and other work includes Timeless (Camden Fringe), Edfringe: The Musical Revue (Edinburgh Fringe), The Mouth of a Shark (VAULT Festival), By My Strength (Women and War Festival) and Caste (Finborough Theatre), as well as work at the Soho, Arcola and the Old Red Lion. Charlotte is an Associate for Original Theatre Company, responsible for their literary panel.