Alice Booth - Director and Project Manager
Phone: 07733 028 434
Alice Booth is a drama practitioner and project manager, with a particular interest and specialism in the field of arts and health and HIV. She has worked with HIV positive people in the UK, creating pieces of theatre, and has also worked in Kenya and Uganda delivering training in HIV education through drama.
Alice believes in the power of the arts to inspire, build confidence and relationships, as well as just being a lot of fun. She is also very interested in forum theatre, and helps to run the Brighton Forum Theatre Collective.
You should also take a look at her online drama-games resource dramabible.tiddlyspace.com
Jake Spicer is a painter and occasional print-maker, working out of a little studio in Brighton in a heroic tower-block studio halfway between the sea and the south downs. Jake is head tutor and co-founder of Draw which aims to provide flexible and affordable figure drawing for everybody.
His teaching work focuses on making drawing accessible to everybody, on the understanding that everybody with the will to draw has the capacity to learn to draw and anybody that can draw can always learn to draw better.
Pink Fringe is a Brighton-based producing organisation that supports and promotes Queer and LGBT performance.
They produce theatre, cabaret, comedy, dance, immersive art and entertainment and offer an exciting and ambitious programme of live performance throughout the year.
Pink Fringe are committed to the ongoing development of artists making work within the Queer sector and run commissioning projects and development schemes to support this.