Alice King-Farlow

Session Topic: Vision

Alice King-Farlow joined the National Theatre in 2009 as Director of Learning. She leads a large team and nationwide programme, encompassing work with schools, young people, adult learners and community groups as well as the NT Archive. She oversaw the opening of the NT’s Clore Learning Centre as part of NT Future and more recently has led the development of the NT’s national partnerships programme including Public Acts, Speak Up and the Theatre Nation Partnerships network.

Before joining the NT Alice worked as a consultant, producer, researcher and writer for major performing arts organisations across the UK, including the Royal Opera House, Welsh National Opera, The Sage Gateshead, the National Theatre, Barbican Education and others. From 1991 to 2003 Alice worked in opera, first at Opera North in Leeds and from 1996 at English National Opera.

In 2006 she was awarded the Youth Music Fellowship on the Clore Leadership Programme for the cultural sector.

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