Associate Artist, Sue Mayo

Sue, a writer, director and producer, has over 20 years experience of running theatre, writing and other arts projects in a wide range of community and educational settings, and with many client groups, including work with the Royal Court Young Writers’ Programme, Queen Mary University of London and LIFT (London International Festival of Theatre). She brings to this work a sensibility and skills gained through her training and work in conflict resolution, with LEAP Confronting Conflict and other organisations.

Sue is an Associate Tutor, on the MA in Applied Drama course at Goldsmith’s College, University of London. She also works as a freelance trainer and Evaluator, most recently evaluating London Voices, a family learning initiative for the National Trust.

Sue is a Magic Me Associate Artist, and has worked with the organisation since 1996 first as programme manager and subsequently as a freelance artist, a project manager and a trainer, both in-house and for external clients. In 2001 she co-wrote, with Susan Langford, ‘Sharing the Experience’ a handbook on how to set up and run intergenerational arts projects. Sue instigated and has led the design, development and delivery of our ongoing nine year collaboration with The Women’s Library, which successfully brings together diverse, local young and older women, using inspiring elements of the Library’s collection.