Readers Wifes DJs

Readers Wifes are the permanent Duckie DJs but they are not real women.

Jay Cloth Doorwhore

Part of the original gang of 6, this elusive masked-mensch has been working his looks on the door at Duckie weekly since 1995. In his non Duckie life, he likes to stick things to paper in galleries and call it art.

Amy Lamé Hostess

Amy Lamé is a chubby, chubby, chubby funster.  She never gets old and she tans easily, even in the winter. 

Ben Walters PhD Researcher

Ben Walters is brainy and wears glasses.  He is just starting a PhD with Queen Mary University on Duckie and the scene (2014 - 2018). He's a commentator and a writer and a curator and don't you think he looks a bit like Dicky?

Laura Hopkins Associate Designer

Laura has designed many of the Duckie shows - Lullaby, The Class Club, Gateways & Gross Indecency.  She is posh but still very nice.

Mark Whitelaw Theatre Director

Mark has devised and directed almost all of Duckie's big theatrical shows - C'est Duckie, The Class Club, Lullaby, Copyright Christmas, Readers Wifes Fan Club. There are no photos of him in existence so here is a pic from one of his shows Lullaby. 

Tim Brunsden Video Activist

A film maker and a community video activist, Tim makes all of the Duckie documentaries that hardly anyone watches on youtube.

Simon Casson Producer

Duckie co-founder and producer likes the lyrics of Paul Weller in the early 80s, those combination therapy pills because they keep him well and his posh Chinese wife Wisey. 

Dicky Eton Producer

Dicky runs Duckie with Simon. He sorts things. When he isn't with Duckie, he flies between Manchester and London and works with other outfits like Blast Theory and Carnesky Productions.

Father Cloth

Father Cloth Doorwhore

With Duckie since day one, Father Cloth is the debonair doorwhore, who has donned the suits and manned the doors for the past 19 years with his partner in crime Jay Cloth. 

Frances Cloth

Frances Cloth Doorwhore

Frances Cloth's quiff says it all: this butch means business. By the light of day you will find her in St Leonards on Sea doing shady deals shifting vintage gear, and on her night's off curled up on the sofa learning the ukelele.

Annie Bowden The Posh Club Co-ordinator

Annie looks after The Posh Club in Crawley where she serves up a luverly slice of victoria sponge.

Zoe Gregory Graphic Designer

Zoe Gregory is responsible for all of the Duckie promo visuals - online and in print - she sure wields a mean felt tip.  She also has a massive motorbike.

Holly Revell Photographer

Holly is the house photographer for Duckie.  Here she is pictured with Mouse.

Bernd Fauler Production Manager

Bernd is a German.

Marty Langthorne Lighting Designer

Marty Langthorne makes the Duckie stages look pretty with lights.

Robin Whitmore Associate Artist

Robin has been working alongside Duckie for as long as anyone can remember.  He thinks with his fingers.  That's him on the right by the way.

Christopher Green Associate Artist

Do you remember Mike Yardwood?  He's basically like that.  
He does impressions of Ida Barr, Tina C, Edward Heath and Frank Spencer.

Ursula Martinez Associate Artist

Ursula is first and foremost a Beast.  She travels all around the world taking her clothes off, but she always comes home to Duckie.

Tim Spooner Associate Artist

Everyone loves Tim Spooner.  He sometimes makes things for Duckie - sets, installations, mental shows.

Scottee Associate Artist

Scottee is a fat cunt who we often knock about with.

Suzie Hewlett Associate Artist

Sue Hewlett was a child star appearing on both The Paul Daniel's Magic show and Going Live (in the audience). 

H Plewis Associate Artist

H and some of her dollies have been in a lot of Duckie shows.

Marisa Carnesky Associate Artist

Marisa Carnesky is a showwoman.  And a shaman. 

David Hoyle Ex-Associate Artist

We still miss him *sniffs, wipes tear*

Duckie Board

Board

Duckie is a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee governed by a board of directors. The board are Stephen Wrench (Chair), Aine Duffy, David Faulkner, Campbell X, Tim Whitehead and Michael Atavar.