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Bonnie Greer

Bonnie Greer is an American-British playwright, novelist, critic and broadcaster. Greer was born on the West Side of Chicago and began writing plays at the age of nine, later studying theatre in Chicago under David Mamet's supervision at the Actors Studio in New York.

Creative Arts East

Creative Arts East is an arts and community development charity, which focuses on engaging those communities, or their members, who face geographical, physical or other barriers to participating in the cultural life of their area. We do this by facilitating and leading high quality, stimulating arts and cultural activities in rural and disadvantaged communities across Norfolk, Suffolk and the wider eastern region.

Ben Williams

Ben has recently worked for some of the Manchester’s biggest cultural brands including HOME and Manchester International Festival and some of its smallest, such as Z-Arts, and so he is well placed to know what it is like client-side at all ends of the sector.

Tom Beardshaw

Tom is a freelancer working in digital marketing, education and coaching. He is a digital strategist and artist with a background in anthropology, social ethics and multiplatform production. He has worked extensively with theatres in Wales enhancing their use of digital media, winning awards for designing and producing digital work amplifying and creating engagement with performances.

Paul O’Donnell

Paul aims to expose the 'ordinary' in a 'spectacular' fashion. ​His work to date includes: an all singing all dancing harem of Pauls (Nothing!), one very 'real' cowboy in a very 'real' saloon (So Far West), a mime artist trying to break free of his glass box (One Thing On His Mime)and a full scale west-end Bon Jovi musical that is almost entirely imagined by his audience (We've Got Each Other).

Auriel Majumdar

Auriel Majumdar is a Creative Coach, Coach Supervisor and Consultant with more than 20 years’ experience working in organisations as manager, leader, strategist and change maker. In her coaching practice, Auriel specialises in leadership and personal development in the creative sector.

Nell Block

Nell Block is an award-winning digital journalist, who has worked in the industry for a decade. She’s worked for some of the biggest publishing houses in the world such as Conde Nast and Hearst and has held roles at Conde Nast Traveller, ShortList, Stylist and Red. She specialises in fashion and is currently the assistant editor for Who What Wear.


MAYK is an arts organisation based in Bristol. We work with artists to create, produce and tour new performance work. Our work is often participatory, always experimental and has broad appeal. One of our biggest projects is Mayfest, a festival which presents live performance from all over the world in Bristol every two years. We also tour work nationally and internationally.

The Space

The Space is a commissioning and development organisation, established by Arts Council England and the BBC to support greater digital access to the arts. The Space is committed to supporting and facilitating the UK arts sector to realise its digital ambitions. The organisation commissions arts projects, offers online audience and digital skills development, and provides a production and distribution pipeline to ensure that these projects reach a wide and diverse range of audiences.

Theatre Royal Plymouth

Theatre Royal Plymouth is one of the UK's largest regional producing theatres. It consists of a 1,300-seat main auditorium, The Lyric, which regularly hosts large-scale musicals, opera and ballet; a 200-seat studio, The Drum; and a 50-seat studio, The Lab.

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