Brandon Ingram is a storyteller, performer, and creative strategist based in Colombo, Sri Lanka. He is the founder of Brand On Thinking — a series of workshops designed to challenge cultural, social, and personal preconceptions through the principles of perspective and thought evolution. Brandon has eleven years of experience developing effective communication for both local and international brands. He also has over ten years of experience in theatre. He is a singer, lyricist, and novelist whose books are published by the Perera-Hussein Publishing House, and are available in both Sri Lanka and Singapore.
Benjamin Aluwihare is an actor and a graduate from the University of Edinburgh with a masters degree in Philosophy and Politics (2017). Currently he is rehearsing for his London debut at the Lyric Hammersmith in ‘Fatherland’, co-created by Scott Graham for Frantic Assembly, Karl Hyde and Simon Stephens. He trained with the National Youth Theatre Epic Stages in 2016. He has recently been offered a place on the MA Acting course at Drama Centre London (Central Saint Martins UAL) where he hopes to continue his actor training in September. Benjamin began his stage career in Sri Lanka with The Junior Workshop Players at the Lionel Wendt Theatre, and made his professional debut with Mind Adventures Theatre Co. in 2011, under the direction of Tracy Holsinger and Arun Welandawe-Prematilleke.