503Studio How To…Get My Work On
By far the most asked question by all our aspiring writers, and the entire early career freelance community is how to get your work on to a stage. Theatre503’s Producer, Gabrielle Leadbeater, and Executive Director, Andrew Shepherd, will lead a practical session exploring the various ways you can realise your production. They will explore the self-producing route, how to engage with other producers and companies, as well how 503 programme its venue.
Theatre503’s How To… are Pay What You Can, thanks to Arts Council England’s Emergency Grant and our Share The Drama scheme.
If you would like to discuss any access requirements and how we can accommodate them, prior to booking, please get in touch with us.
Running time: 2 hours – delivered online
Gabrielle Leadbeater is a Theatre and Events Producer from London and joined Theatre503 as Producer in 2019. She is also Creative Producer for Events at 45North, Associate Producer with Ellie Keel Productions, Producer of the Women’s Prize for Playwriting and volunteers with the English Touring Theatre. Her credits include The Fairytale Revolution, MEAT (co-producer) at Theatre503. As Associate with Ellie Keel Productions – Anna Bella Eema (Arcola), Hotter (Underbelly & Soho Theatre), Collapsible (Assembly & The Bush), Son of Dyke (Etcetera Theatre & Underbelly), Where to Belong (Summerhall). Independent Producing – My Mother Runs in Zig-Zags (North Wall Arts Centre), Your Little Play (Michael Pilch Studio), Medea (Belgrade Theatre), Childish (John Thaw Studio), Passing (Arcola) & Upcoming, Typical (Soho Theatre 2020)
Andrew Shepherd is the Executive Director of Theatre503. He originally trained as an actor at LAMDA, after completing his law degree at Newcastle University. He founded ACS Random in 2002, with theatre producing credits including Whispers in the Wood, Messenger, Cloning Adam (London & Edinburgh Fringe), The Trial of Sir Henry Irving (Lately Deceased) (Courtyard At Covent Garden), The Shakespeare Conspiracy, Othello, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Chelsea Theatre), Much Ado About Nothing, Hamlet, The Knight From Nowhere (Park Theatre) and The Cause (Jermyn Street Theatre). Other producing credits include Why Can’t you Get A Proper Job I & II, Comedy for Depression and the feature film Showreel. As executive producer: In Event of Moone Disaster, Escape the Scaffold, Br’er Cotton, Scrooge and The Seven Dwarves, And Then Come the Nightjars (UK Tour) Wolfie, Out of Sorts and The Fairytale Revolution (Theatre503)
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