Christopher Gatt (Malta)

Technical Director Chris Gatt was the first artistic director of St James Cavalier, Centre for Creativity. Under his direction the centre focused on creating a space for new ideas, acting as a platform for young, upcoming creators on a national and international level. As a theatre director his credits cross over from contemporary plays (Ravenhill’s Some Explicit Polaroids, Churchill’s A Number, Mc Donagh’s The Pillowman, Ridley’s Mercury Fur, Pinter’s Old Times and Betrayal) to main stream works such as Chicago, Fiddler on the Roof and more. He has also worked on site specific theatre as well as community theatre. Nowadays he is also much in request as a light designer. He is a member of the Association of light designers in the UK.