Make Mend And Do
Make Mend and Do is an Award Winning International Theatre Company founded and run by Actor and Theatre-Maker Mark Arends. Mark's work as a writer and director includes "The Missing Light" at the Old Vic Theatre, Pedal Powered show "At The End of Everything Else" and the award winning "Something Very Far Away". The shows have sold out several London runs as well as touring Nationally and Internationally. As an actor he has performed in theatres across London, the UK and Europe including playing the title role of Hamlet at the Trafalgar Studios, Winson Smith in Headlong's critically acclaimed production of "1984" at the Almeida Theatre and Proteus in "The Two Gentlemen of Verona" at the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Interview with Official London Theatre about Something Very Far Away- "It's ok for a story to be scary and it's ok for a story to be sad"
Interview with whatsonstage.com about The Missing Light- "There is no theatre more important than that which is accessible to younger minds "