If you’re moving to a new area, struggling to make new connections after a move, finding your network or figuring out how to maintain your network with a distance, this one’s for you.
The last couple of years have seen many people moving away around the country, either with brand new jobs in unfamiliar places, or whilst working remotely. Without a professional network of colleagues in your new town or city, it can be difficult to find your feet in the arts scene where you live.
This event will give you the confidence and practical information to tap into local networks, as well as the opportunity to listen to experiences of moving out of big cities and the positive impact it has had for many people.
Have a look at our event panel below, and don’t forget to book your free place via the button.
Imogen joined New Adventures as Executive Director in March 2018 following ten years working as Senior Producer for the Lyric Hammersmith. Prior to her time at the Lyric she held roles at Act Productions, a West End Production company and Theatre Royal Plymouth, and has worked as a consultant for Emma Brunjes Productions. She is a past participant of the Clore Leadership short course and is on the board of the Theatre Royal Plymouth, her hometown. After 18 years of living in London, Imogen moved to Faversham, Kent in summer 2021.
Kirsten Peters Roebuck
Kirsten is Associate Producer of Unity Theatre, Liverpool and an independent Producer. During the pandemic she relocated from London to Manchester. Kirsten has also lived in Birmingham and Nantes, France. Some of Kirsten’s previous roles include Producer of Boundless Theatre, Projects Producer of Mahogany Opera and Assistant Producer of the World Festival of Theatre For Young Audiences, based out of Birmingham REP.