Simon Beyer
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Welcome to Simon’s website where you can find out more about him through the activities he’s done that don’t really fit anywhere else on this website.

Without further ado, he is a UK-based creative and practical maker in the arts, currently Artistic Director of Paper Breadcrumbs production company and a freelancer across a variety of artistic and technical endeavours.

Former roles include: Executive Producer and Co-Founder of The Cock Tavern Theatre - a melting-pot for creativity that led the way in its time in redefining the possibilities of fringe theatre and the cauldron for early career development for many leading lights in the creative industries today; Chair of The Board of Trustees for Stone Crabs Theatre Company; General Manager at The Playground Theatre; Producer for Good Night Out Presents; Artistic Director for The Ant Theatre Company.

He was a freelance creative consultant for Oval House theatre in its days at the Oval, for whom he undertook a complete organisational review of the company, its structure, vision, aims and objectives. He has done many organisational reviews for small and medium sized charities and not-for-profit organisations.

He worked at the Donmar Warehouse during the tenure of Artistic Director Sam Mendes on outreach and development projects. In his early career, whilst studying, he began in the arts in a production placement at Aditi, the National Agency for South Asian Dance.

In his non-theatre endeavours, he has worked on many major projects (as fundraiser, marketer, project leader and other roles) that guide and influence his knowledge and skill-set in the creative industries today, Some of more creative projects from these days include:

He has a passion for connecting people together and thinking outside the box to join different ideas, thoughts and activities together through his work in the arts.







Ghosts In The Attic

Photography Credits and Copyright remain with the respective photographers:
Marc Brenner, Pete le May, Simon Beyer, Vim de Voss, Simon Annand