Tel: 0845 521 3460
The Albany, Douglas Way, Deptford, London SE8 4AG email@example.com
As Director, Lucy is responsible for the overall management of Apples and Snakes.
Lucy was previously at the House of Lords, where she developed that organisation's first outreach and engagement strategy. Prior to that she was the Director of Creative Partnerships London West, working with a wide range of practitioners to promote and develop creative learning. From 2002-2005 Lucy worked for the Refugee Council coordinating Refugee Week, a UK-wide festival of arts, cultural and educational activities promoting positive images of refugees and asylum seekers. Lucy has also worked for Arts & Business, the National Theatre and The Space Arts Centre.
Tel: 0845 521 3460
The Albany, Douglas Way, Deptford, London SE8 4AG firstname.lastname@example.org
As Creative Producer, Lisa plays a lead role in developing the organisation’s artistic strategy as well as delivering the creative programme of events, artist development and participation projects. She is also responsible for commissioning, producing and touring work. Lisa has worked at Apples and Snakes as a freelancer on various projects since 1998 and full-time since 2004.
Lisa has worked with artists since 1994 developing cross art-form projects which engage people in surprising arts work and events, in all kinds of settings. Previously she has run family learning projects, been a local authority arts officer, an arts centre programmer, facilitated drama workshops in prison, trained as an early years teacher and company-managed touring theatre and comedy shows.
Tel: 0845 521 3460
The Albany, Douglas Way, Deptford, London SE8 4AG email@example.com
Robert has overall responsibility for the finance, marketing, fundraising, IT, HR and general administration operation at Apples and Snakes and is a member of the Senior Management Team.
Robert trained in the law before seeing the light and embarking on a career in arts administration. Starting as a self-employed odd jobber with companies such as Greenwich Theatre, Graeae Theatre Company and Jacksons Lane Community Centre Robert eventually graduated to full time employment as Finance Manager of The Oxford Playhouse. Robert joined Apples and Snakes in April 2007.
Finance and Administration Officer
Tel: 0845 521 3460
The Albany, Douglas Way, Deptford, London SE8 4AG firstname.lastname@example.org
Beth started working for Apples and Snakes in April 2010 as the Arts Administrator. In April 2012 she was promoted to Finance and Administration Officer. Beth is responsible for maintaining the accounting systems for Apples and Snakes, ensuring everything is up to date and our artists and other partners are paid on time. As well this Beth ensures the smooth running of the Apples and Snakes offices, assists with recruitment and manages our volunteers
Beth studied Arts Management at De Montfort University in Leicester, while studying she worked on various projects including the cities cultural eXchanges festival, Leicester Belgrave Mela and also completed a placement at Leicester City Council, within the Festivals and Events team. Beth has previously worked at QCDA and joins us from Arts Council England where she was Administrator in the Media Relations team. Beth also enjoys her part time, voluntary work as an usher at the Roundhouse.
Project Coordinator - Participation and Projects
Tel: 0845 521 3460
The Albany, Douglas Way, Deptford, London SE8 4AG email@example.com
Daniela joined the Education team at Apples and Snakes in December 2009 with responsibilities for continuance and development within the creative and participation programme. Her role is to develop and deliver, in collaboration with artists and the Creative Producer, a strand of work for Arts & Health and a portfolio of projects with schools and other organisations that meet identified needs for public engagement as well as formal and informal education. The work has young people at its heart as participants, artists and audiences with a focus on working with socially excluded communities and those at risk.
Daniela has worked in the arts for 15 years, both in Italy and UK in a variety of roles in management, finance, tour booking, producing projects and festivals and across a range of theatre companies like the Royal National Theatre, Puppet Centre, European Cultural Foundation UK, Scarlet Theatre, Peepolykus, company of angels, Watermans Arts Centre, Pacitti Company (SPILL Festival of Performance 2007) and Montage Theatre.
Daniela also works part time for Poetry London, a leading international contemporary poetry magazine, as General Manager, with the overall responsibility for the smooth running of all operational services with a particular focus on finances, funder liaison and strategic planning.
Education and Training Officer
Tel: 0845 521 3460
The Albany, Douglas Way, Deptford, London SE8 4AG firstname.lastname@example.org
Daisy is the Education & Training Officer and is responsible for organising the Poets in Education Scheme and the Artist Development programme.
Daisy is recent graduate of the Central School of Speech and Drama, University of London and brings with her a wide variety of experience in performance as well as a personal love for poetry.
Daisy has worked on theatrical productions in world-renowned theatres such as The Minack Theatre in Cornwall and run a number of theatre education workshops with age groups ranging from 8 years old to 80. She has also worked with the Roundhouse Theatre Company in marketing a show for the Edinburgh Festival.
Marketing and Communications Coordinator
Tel: 020 8465 6147
The Albany, Douglas Way, Deptford, London SE8 4AG email@example.com
In her role as Marketing and Communications Coordinator, Nina is responsible for managing the marketing mix for the organisation, for the promotion of projects, tours, poetry events, education and artist development work. Nina also works to steer and assist Apples and Snakes' national team of programme coordinators in developing press and marketing campaigns.
Nina originally started out creatively in theatre and trained as a Theatre Designer at Rose Bruford School of Speech and Drama. She has also worked as Duty Manager at the Cockpit Theatre and taught Technical Theatre and Scenic Arts to students at City of Westminster College, before a change of direction into Arts Marketing.
Previous to Apples and Snakes, Nina worked for the Albany arts centre in the marketing team.
Marketing and Digital Officer
Tel: 020 8465 6146
The Albany, Douglas Way, Deptford, London SE8 4AG firstname.lastname@example.org
Dan's role is to maintain and develop the online profile of Apples and Snakes, with a particular focus on digital activities. He also supports the Marketing and Communications Coordinator in marketing activities for Apples and Snakes' shows and projects around the country, particularly in London, the South East and East of England.
After graduating from the University of Kent in 2008 with a degree in English and American Literature, Dan worked for Year One, a consultancy operating in the arts and creative industries. He is also self-employed as a spoken word poet and compère, projects and event organiser, workshop facilitator and writer.
Programme Coordinator London
Tel: 0845 521 3460
The Albany, Douglas Way, Deptford, London SE8 4AG email@example.com
Russell’s job involves programming the poets for Apples and Snakes’s London shows. He works with established artists, emerging artists and new artists to produce a well balanced programme across a variety of venues. He is the principal contact for London writers who are keen to discover more about Apples and Snakes or about the poetry scene in general.
Russell is active on the UK performance poetry circuit, both as Rachel Pantechnicon and as one half of Project Adorno. In these guises, he has taken eight shows to the Edinburgh Fringe. He runs the poetry group in the London Borough of Merton, and has several years’ experience as a creative writing tutor.
Programme Coordinator South East
Tel: 023 8031 5500 Ext: 206
The Nuffield, University Road, Southampton SO17 1TR
Peter Hunter has been a performance poet for over 10 years, during which he has performed around the UK (including a national tour of a multi-media poetry show), in Europe and on a 3 week tour of the USA. He has been the instigator, organiser and promoter of many performance poetry events as well as being involved in the visual arts as a ceramicist, sculptor, film-maker and gallery director.
He has been working for Poetry Can, a poetry development agency in Bristol, for several years and is now based in Southampton as the Apples and Snakes South East programme coordinator arranging events and artist development initiatives.
Apples and Snakes in the South East
Programme Coordinator West Midlands
Tel: 0121 446 3213
mac birmingham, Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham B12 9QH
Bohdan Piasecki is the Programme Coordinator for the West Midlands. Working from the offices of Punch Records, in Birmingham, his job is to organise events, provide development opportunities for artists, and promote spoken word poetry in the region.
Bohdan is a poet himself, and he has been active on the European circuit since 2003. He founded and hosted the first poetry slam series in Poland, and has toured around the world with several devised poetry projects. Bohdan has a keen interest in literary translation and ways in which it can be used to complement performance, and actively pursues collaborations with artists from fields such as photography, video, music, and dance.
Programme Coordinator South West
01392 275 741
Literature Works, Exeter Pheonix, Exeter, EX4 3LS
Gina has been working for Apples and Snakes since March 2010. Her job involves working with artists and organisations to programme a range of performance poetry events and professional development initiatives.
Gina graduated from Dartington College of Arts in 2008 with a degree in Writing and Visual practice. On leaving she became a neo-comedy burlesque performer as part of the double act ‘The Ladies of Pleasure’! She has worked as Volunteer Programme Coordinator for the Barbican Theatre, Plymouth, where she found willing participants to help out theatrically - for free!
She currently works part time for Dance in Devon, a dance Agency based in Exeter who promote and organise dance across the County.
Programme Coordinator North East
Tel: 07585 223 162
ARC, Dovecot Street, Stockton on Tees TS18 1LL
As Regional Coordinator, Kirsten is responsible for programming events and artist development workshops in the North East.
Kirsten joined us from the Ouseburn Trust in Newcastle, where she worked to promote and support cultural volunteering. Previous work has included freelance arts administration and events management in a wide variety of media, including developing cabaret nights and programming community arts festivals. A practicing poet both on the page and in performance, Kirsten is passionate about helping poets achieve their full potential by learning from and collaborating with artists from multiple disciplines.