Chris David has been an occasional volunteer for the Community trust since 2013 and advises the trustees on financial and other matters. He works with a number of organisations including Citizens Advice, the Voluntary Arts Network and the RNLI. He lives close to Earl’s Court and loves to support local cultural activity, such as plays at the Finborough Theatre and our very own Earl’s Court Film Festival.

Caroline Tod-Richardson  has spent over twenty  years working within the public sector. She was a Hospital Play Specialist at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children.After completing her BSc Hons degree at City, University of London she undertook a PGCE (PCET ).As a qualified teacher she has worked at Newham College of Further Education and Charing Cross Hospital. She presently manages a charitable trust based in London and Liverpool. Caroline helped produce the Earl’s Courtiers productions of Twelfth Night in 2014 and Much Ado About Nothing in 2015. She was the Co- Producer / Interviewer for Childhood Memories of WW2  in 2014. She is the Co -Founder and Producer of the Earl’s Court Film Festival /Film Earl’s Court. In April 2017 Caroline received the RBKC Mayor’s Award for her services to the community in Earl’s Court, and particularly her work in supporting older people and the arts.

Sean Duffy has produced multiple local theatre, arts and film events around Earl’s Court, including Hangover Square at the Finborough Theatre. He was instrumental in launching the Earl’s Court Film Festival and he is passionate about the theatre and film-producing potential of Earl’s Court, not least because of its diverse and vibrant character.

Marianne Badrichani, Director/Theatre Maker and Producer, Event Creator, ECCT. With a background in film production, Marianne Badrichani began directing and co-producing plays in 2000, working with Katie Mitchell, the Young Vic, the National Theatre, and in the West End. She has been living in Earl’s Court since 1998 and has created and directed, with the support of ECCT, RBKC and the French Institute, several site-specific performances in the area Since 2012, she started to direct shows in China where she presented “Members Only” then “Trois Ruptures/Three Splits”, in May 2014, after two sell-out runs at the Chelsea Theatre and at the Print Room at the Coronet. Three years ago, she also launched a Drama Class called the Earl’s Court Drama Workshop for local children from 9 to 17.