Alison Mead, Three4All Theatre – Interesting and Inspiring

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Alison Mead, Three4All Theatre

Alison is the founder of Three4All Theatre, an actress and producer, Alison set up Three4All  in 2009, frustrated by the lack of roles for women, older women in particular.  In the lovely (but full of birds – tweeting alert!) garden of Rochester Cathedral, we talked about her background and she offers some advice on getting into producing and writing.

We also talked about her latest production ‘A Century of Great Women’ which is running throughout March – which also happens to be Women’s History Month. The play celebrates the centenary of International Women’s Day.  You can see it at various venues throughout London in March. For full venue listings see the Three4All website.  To see the interview about the play click here.

Three4all exists to promote new writing and rarely performed classical work for audiences of all ages and backgrounds. Three4all is committed to providing work for older actors, particularly women, as well as recent graduates who will benefit from creative opportunities. Work experience is also offered to those planning a career change to the performing arts.

You can see the interview with Alison about her background here.

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