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Penny is currently producing Lucy Stevens, involved in the
presentation of three plays in rep – Kathleen Ferrier
Whattalife!, Shakespeare In Song and most recently Ethel
Smyth: Grasp The Nettle. Lucy is working on a new show for
David Glass Ensemble
Having gained ACE funding, the R&D was hosted by Trinity
Laban, culminating in a showcase hosted by Soho Theatre.
Helen Chadwick Song Theatre
Having gained Arts Council funding, Penny produced Helen
Chadwick’s new touring production, War Correspondents, co-
commissioned by Sage Gateshead, Durham Book Festival and
Greenwich + Docklands International Festival. Birmingham
Rep hosted the World Premiere after which it undertook
extensive tour set up by Penny, of 22 UK venues to include
Durham Cathedral, Sage Gateshead, Malvern, Manchester,
Harrogate, Caernarfon, Liverpool, Wolverhampton and the
Skittles Alley at the Old Royal Navel College for GDIF.
Trestle Theatre Company
Produced State of Bewilderment, a mask production based on
the work of Australian cartoonist Michael Leunig, with Sydney
Theatre Company for a month run at the Sydney Opera House.
Managed a five year collaboration with Ukrainian Kherson
Theatre Company involving tours in the UK and Ukraine. Other
collaborations included Quicksilver Theatre for Children and
Millstream Theatre Company.
As Creative Producer, Penny established a showcase at LIMF
leading to the co commission by the Festival of the company’s
new show The Best Thing in 2016. She is assisting to expand the
company’s presence overseas. She recently initiated an
ACE/British Council funded residency in South Africa.
With the Artistic Director, fundraised, set up and ran major
Festival of Central and Eastern European Arts in London,
including Soul-etude, an international site specific collaboration
in a redundant abattoir and the first ever CEEPAM – Central
and Eastern European Performing Arts Market in London.
Arts Building Projects
Tour Booking and Management
Produced two major middle scale tours of Once
Upon a Time In Wigan for Urban Expansions.
Produced Re-Orientations for Border Crossings,
being the third part of a Trilogy involving artists
from Sweden, France, China and India, instigating
and managing performances at Goldsmiths,
London, following a month’s rehearsal residency
at Shanghai Dramatic Arts Centre. Produced
emerging circus company PuntoCero, gaining
three Arts Council development awards and
mounting shows at The Albany Deptford and