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About Us

We create bold theatrical events which are joyful, playful and full of humanity, staged in traditional theatres, unusual places, and community owned spaces. We are theatre makers, living, working and creating in the North West where we champion artistic excellence whilst maintaining a national outlook, working with established and emerging artists from across the UK.
Our work is delivered across 3 core strands: Theatre, Community & Artist Opportunities.

– We are bold in the stories we tell and collaborative in our practice.

– We experiment with new ideas to invest in theatre that pushes boundaries and encourages people from all walks of life to access art.

– We create excellent theatre, interactive and immersive experiences, using participatory practice to deploy them in the heart of Merseyside and offer local artists and local people pathways to engage in them.

– We remove the barriers people face when accessing the arts, finding ways for audiences to become active participants, making space for people to create and stage their own stories.

If you’d like to create with us, or get to know us better, please get in touch.
We often recruit for freelance roles and love collaborations- all opportunities will be posted on our website and social media.

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The Team

Co-Artistic Director

Nicole Behan is a Theatre Director with a focus on staging new work which reflects our social and political landscape and provokes change. She works nationally, but is based in the North West, where she is passionate about feeding the regional arts ecology and demystifying the industry for emerging artists. She manages Paperwork’s Teacup Commission, a micro fund to support new work in the region. She is passionate about bringing stories to life through bold new writing and collaborative practice, creating theatrical experiences that stretch beyond the traditional stage.

Co-Artistic Director

Hayley Greggs is a founding member of Paperwork Theatre, she has co-created all of the company’s productions and develop their collaborative theatre making practice when working with artists. Hayley has written Deep Blue, I Spy a Yeti and How May I Direct your Call? and produced many of of community projects, managing teams of freelance artists and developing the skills of North West Theatre Makers.
An established Dramaturg, she delivers our Script Surgery in association with Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse New Works department and is a champion for new writing in the region.

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Contact Us

Email info@paperworktheatre.co.uk

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