About Us

Inspiring Performances


Outlaw Theatre Company...

…was established in 2013 by three local theatre practitioners of different disciplines.

Please read a bit about each of us below

Andrew Burton

One of the founding members of Outlaw Theatre Andy is 24, and a fully-trained actor with a BA (Hons) Degree in Theatre Arts (2:1).

Andy has worked as an actor for many various local amateur dramatic societies, such as The Lacemarket and Bonington theatre groups as well as performing in dozens of plays throughout his five years at NCN Clarendon.

Although performing is Andy’s main strength, he enjoys writing and directing pieces and has enjoyed good success with several self-written, naturalistic, modern pieces which he is looking forward to expanding on with the company.

Andy directed Outlaw’s first production of ‘What doesn’t kill you..’ and is looking forward to the future!

Stuart Bull

One of the three founder members of Outlaw Theatre, Stuart is primarily an actor.

He has been acting since the age of 6 and has featured in a number of student films, short films and community plays. Stuart attended Clarendon College where he took part in the B-Tec National Diploma in Performing Arts.

Stuart starred in Outlaw Theatre’s debut show, ‘What doesn’t kill you…’ where he played the part of ‘Roberts’.

Stuart has also performed stand up comedy and also enjoys writing new pieces of theatre. An avid football fan, Stuart supports his home town team, Notts County F.C.

Mark Di Martino Marriott

One of the founding members of Outlaw Theatre, Mark has been involved with the arts since a young age, initially as a performer, where he has formal actor training as well as extensive performance experience.

Since leaving university, where Mark studied BA Theatre arts and specialised in design and technical theatre, he has worked as a freelance sound and lighting designer and technician.

Marks work spans over several styles of theatre and performance and he has worked with several top venues across the Midlands.

He likes to work creatively, immersing the audience into the piece through his designs. Mark currently works at Create Theatre, Vision West Nottinghamshire College.