Undone Theatre is a London-based theatre company focussing on experimenting with different forms of storytelling and undoing classical narratives.


Our work has been described as "brilliantly ambitious" (Kally Lloyd-Jones, Byre Theatre director), "leav[ing] you with a sense that those involved have plenty to offer us in the future" (Everything Theatre). We have been supported by Arts Council England, Boundless Theatre, Theatre Deli, Omnibus Theatre, VAULT Festival, and Raze Collective.


Whether it is an entirely new piece or a complete rewrite of a classical text, we create relevant new work that questions and challenges traditional forms of storytelling. We are interested in showcasing queer perspectives, non-linear narratives and stories that voice multiple viewpoints.

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Artistic Director

Gabriele Uboldi (he/they) is an award-winning and Arts Council England funded director, playwright, dramaturg and producer based in London. They are a migrant artist with a focus on formal experimentation, mediatised theatre and queer performance. They are an alumnus of the MA Text and Performance at RADA and Birkbeck (2021), and have previously worked with the Young Vic, the Barbican, and the Bridge Theatre.


Uboldi's most recent work includes "ambitious", "moving", "bold and fascinating" Selected Recordings of Us, which was part of the top 15% of submissions to the Traverse Theatre (2020). His autobiographical and site-specific digital piece LONDON / LONDRA has received the Lynne Segal award (BiGS: Birkbeck Gender and Sexuality) and has been called a "compelling", "exciting", "accessible", "radical attempt at empathy" (Poltern).

Uboldi's style is heavily influenced by his background in Social Anthropology as well as his interests in performance theory, performance in cross-cultural contexts, queer performance and relational aesthetics.

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Executive Director

Chloe Ashley (she/her) is a freelance producer and stage manager, currently based in London. She is an alumna of the Diploma for Creative Producing (2021), established by the CGO Institute.  She is particularly interested in producing new writing that explore underrepresented voices as well as developing the outreach side to Undone Theatre. 


Previously, she has worked as part of the technical crew at Pleasance Theatre Trust Edinburgh (2019). Chloe has worked on numerous regional productions at the Byre Theatre, St Andrews and held the position of festival Director of the On The Rocks Festival from 2018-2019. 




Associate Writer

Georgia Louise Luckhurst (she/her) is a poet and playwright originally from Scotland. She is a prizewinner in the Telegraph's 2021 Cassandra Jardine Memorial essay competition, was highly commended in the Erbacce Prize for Poetry, and her work has featured in publications including Vague Visages, Selcouth Station, and Medusa Creatives. She enjoys iced black americanos and any and every Louis Theroux documentary.



Associate Artist

Joey Jepps (he/him) is a director and writer originally from Hong Kong, currently working as Production Assistant at London Theatre Company (Bridge Theatre). He is an alumnus of the MA Text and Performance course at RADA and Birkbeck.


Focussing on identity politics, Joey is interested in how entertaining, visually striking theatre can disguise important, thought-provoking questions. Joey has worked at the intersection of theatre and media, with a background in musical theatre and extensive experience in online performance, having directed five digital shows since the start of the pandemic.

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Associate Artist

Sam Rees (he/him) is a maker-of and thinker-about theatre from East Anglia whose practice is heavily influenced by 20th Century European performance, with a specific emphasis on cabaret and the epic theatre of Brecht. He is co-artistic director of We Talk of Horses Theatre, resident playwright with Carmen Collective and has worked as an assistant for internationally-renowned director Roger Haines.


His critically-acclaimed work has been performed across the country, praised as ‘laugh out loud funny, heart-breaking and incredibly human’ (Lady Parts Review) and ‘one of the most beautiful things I’ve seen in a theatre’ (Yusuf Niazi). He is also a published poet, monthly contributor to online magazine online/conversations, and is working towards the publication of his first academic article.