Director Mark Street started his career as an actor. After studying acting at the Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts - winning an Olivier Award whilst in training there - he began working professionally on both stage and screen. He has co-founded 104 Theatre Company, with which he won an Edinburgh Fringe First Award, and Forbidden Theatre Company, and - as a director - his stage work has toured the UK fringe circuit.
Stage credits include directing Pieces of Theatre (2003), Deserted with the Orange Tree Theatre Company at its theatre in Greenwich (2003), Spooked at the Pleasance Theatre (2007-8), Days of Significance (2010), ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore (2010), and Summer Folk (2011).
Films directed by Street have previewed at many of the international film festivals, with a recent short film shown at The Prince Charles Cinema in Leicester Square in London. Film credits include Noisy Neighbour (2004-5), Nev’s Olympics (2005), Snake Eye Custom (2007-8), Graduation Film at the Central School of Speech and Drama (2009), and Giving with Mountview Academy Productions (2010).