Hannah Quigley is an experienced arts manager, tutor and freelance theatre director and works to make the arts accessible and diverse.
Hannah has previously worked for the Southbank Centre, National Theatre, Young Vic Theatre and in various partnership projects that involved Rambert Dance and BFI Southbank amongst others in her role at Lambeth City Learning Centre.
As a theatre director, Hannah has most recently directed The Open Couple by Dario Fo and Franca Rame at the Etcetera Theatre Camden and Co-Directed Nicholas Nicholby at the Sai Wan Ho Civic Theatre in Hong Kong for AFTEC Theatre Company.
Prior to that Hannah developed work at the Southwark Playhouse (with the support of Arts Council Grants for the Arts) working with deaf performers using British Sign Language and English speaking performers, an area of Hannah’s theatre practice she continues to explore and is part of future productions plans for Laridae by Sarah Wallis.
Hannah’s first documentary film, London Cruisers Basketball Team, premiered at BFI Southbank as part of the then name London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival 2007.
In 2009 Hannah was invited to take part in British Council exchange to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil which included making a documentary short film about a group of Lambeth teachers experience on the exchange as well as developing an international cultural photography project between students in Lambeth at Spectaculu in Rio.
Hannah previously worked as an Acting Tutor on the Foundation Acting Course at the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts.