Gail’s work as a facilitator and theatre maker includes creative learning in schools, equality and diversity training in universities and workplaces, and devising with professional artists, young people and mental health service-users. She has created shows for a range of settings, including theatres, a tour to South Africa’s National Arts Festival and site-specific pieces in museums and a derelict school.
As Producer for Participation and Learning at Talawa Theatre Company from 2007 to 2018, she brought work with emerging Black theatre makers to the centre of the company and developed an innovative participation programme that placed an emphasis on bespoke, participant-led projects.
Gail has freelanced for a range of arts companies including Emergency Exit Arts, The Kiln, Musicians without Borders, Autograph ABP, London Bubble Theatre Company and RADA.
In 2017/18, Gail was awarded a Clore Fellowship for outstanding change-makers in the cultural sector.