Alan Greenhalgh ~ CEO (2019 – 2020)
With a life-long love of theatre Alan has been on both sides of the red curtain as an arts writer for a national newspaper and as a company manager for plays at the Edinburgh Fringe and the Royal Court. With a post graduate diploma in marketing management, an international career in business development, including as an international contact partner for global accounting and audit firm RSM, Alan has expertise and great insight into the management of a successful and financially well-run organisation. Other charity roles include press officer for an arts legacy and marine conservation project in India and fundraising and events organisation for David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation.
Bria Crouch ~ Head of Programme (2019 – 2020)
Bria began teaching music and drama in the classroom before leaving the formal education sector to complete an MA in Community and Participatory Arts at Goldsmiths, University of London. She has developed and delivered education and community engagement projects for organisations and charities including Opera North, Respond, The Anti- Bullying Alliance, The Ministry of Stories, UNESCO and The Royal Shakespeare Company. She is an experienced venue and event manager and has worked as a theatre manager for The Railway Children, In the Heights, The Donmar Shakespeare Trilogy, Lazarus and Phantom of the Opera. For eight years she has programmed and managed the family areas at Green Man festival. She is an experienced fundraiser and creative producer, committed to developing high quality, enjoyable, inter-disciplinary participatory and learning projects.
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