Commission You, me & i | URBAN Conceptz Theatre



You, me & i  is a silent piece of theatre that mixes innovative storytelling, stunning audiovisual technology, mask work and explosive movement theatre.

Using a set of headphones, You, me and i takes each audience member on a personal journey through a large-scale steel structure, inviting them to trace the parallels of three potent stories exploring life as a young person in today’s fast-paced and judgemental world.



About the Company
URBAN Conceptz Theatre is a brand new company set up by multi award winning artist and performer Ryan LoGisTic Harston. They fuse, drama, movement, physicality, gymnastics and digital media to create an innovative performance language which aims to express theatre like never before.


Mirabelle Gremaud I am a 24 years old physical performer, with a background of circus, dance and physical theatre. I come from Switzerland. I grew up in a small town of the french part, and then I moved to the italian part for my Bachelor of Arts in Physical Theatre, at the «Accademia Teatro Dimitri». I have always been trying to express myself trough movement training in circus disciplines such as acrobatics and contemporary dance and ballet. But also music playing the harp and studying jazz. In my work, I am always trying to keep a theatrical presence because I believe that every artist is first of all a performer.

Zakk Samuel Elliott – I was born in Doncaster, with a vision at 17 I began my first year training in dance forms at Chichester College. Studied two further years in performing arts at High-Melton University Centre. After, going on to complete a BA in dance at Kingston University London. There I trained under Jason Piper and Johnathon Chu in contemporary styles with a martial-art element. Whilst refining my technique I trained with StemKu dance company, premiering ACE commissioned mini dance film projects. Toured London in Etta Ermini Dance Theatre Company with ‘Bar Story’ and have workshoped with Hofesh Skhetcher Company, and Ballet Boiz Adam Kirkham.

Hannah Courtney – Hannah started dancing at a young age in her hometown Newport in South Wales, attending classes such as Ballroom, Commerical, Jazz and Tap. In 2012, Hannah gained a place on the degree course at the Northern School of Contemporary Dance and graduated with a First Class Honors. Upon graduating, Hannah gained a place on the Jasmin Vardimon Professional Development Certificate Course where she toured around the UK as a member of a company called JV2 and performed works, one choreographed by Vardimon herself. Hannah has recently had the opportunity to work with Sarah Blanc on the creation of one of her new works ‘What if Every Day was Thursday”.

Dom Coffey – Born in Chorlton, 23 from Manchester, Dominic found his interest in dance whilst attending Chorlton High School, he started training in Contemporary dance at the age of sixteen whilst studying at Pendleton College from 2010-12. After leaving college, Dominic com-pleted his degree at Northern School of Contemporary Dance in Leeds. At NSCD Dominic has had the pleasure of working with Ben Duke, Carlos Pons Guerra and Rod Dixon. Upon graduating Dominic gained a place on the Jasmin Vardimon Professional Development Course where he had the opportunity to tour as a company called JV2; during his time there he performed works by Vinicius Salles, AOE and Jasmin Vardimon herself.