Dr. Gill Brigg, FRSA

Arts-based Educationalist and Theatre-maker for audiences labelled as having profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLD)

After freelancing for 27 years as an educator, I thought it was about time to have a website.
Welcome!

I’m known for not being a good self-publicist, and a site can cover a lot of ground without people glazing over!

I’ve been fortunate to have worked, quite eclectically, sometimes as an individual but often (and much more excitingly) through collaboration.

You’ll be able to take a look at the sort of projects I’ve been involved with over recent years, in case we have some alignment that could invite a conversation.

While there are too many projects to include as a full chronological record on this site, there is a library of selected projects I’ve facilitated and collaborated on, which you can peruse here.

Get it touch to discuss your project.

Working with young audience members to research how we could make ‘moon’ move from the sky through the performance space. Ali Murray from Nottingham Playhouse is working with a drum and torch.
Working with young audience members to research how we could make ‘moon’ move from the sky through the performance space. Ali Murray from Nottingham Playhouse is working with a drum and torch.
Interacting with a tree canopy: development work on White Peacock, produced by Nottingham Playhouse, with our potential audience members. Performers Matt Marks on the left and Dan Edge on the right.
Interacting with a tree canopy: development work on White Peacock, produced by Nottingham Playhouse, with our potential audience members. Performers Matt Marks on the left and Dan Edge on the right.