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Bailey Fisher supports Cambridge Arts Theatre as Corporate Partner - 21/08/17

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Bailey Fisher Executive Search is delighted to be supporting the Cambridge Arts Theatre as a Corporate Partner.

Cambridge Arts Theatre is a registered charity.  Founded in 1936 by the economist, John Maynard Keynes, the Cambridge Arts Theatre helped launch the careers of theatrical luminaries such as Ian McKellen, Derek Jacobi, Emma Thompson and Stephen Fry; the last four directors of the National Theatre – Peter Hall, Trevor Nunn, Richard Eyre and Nicholas Hytner – all directed on the stage at the start of their careers, and the theatre has played host to a dazzling variety of cultural milestones, from Margot Fonteyn dancing her first Swan Lake to Harold Pinter’s premiere of The Birthday Party.

Today the Cambridge Arts Theatre is the venue of choice for all scale-appropriate drama, dance and opera in both the subsidised and commercial sectors, building strong and  mutually beneficial relationships with the cream of the country’s touring producers and bringing productions to the region that diversify and enrich the city’s cultural offering.

From world premieres such as Mike Leigh’s Grief, Howard Brenton’s Anne Boleyn and Mike Bartlett’s Earthquakes in London to long-running classics such as An Inspector Calls, The Woman in Black and The 39 Steps, we have built excellent relationships with the UK’s leading touring companies. Established companies such as The National Theatre, Cheek by Jowl and Shakespeare’s Globe, alongside those producing bold, innovative and invigorating new work  such as Kneehigh, Lyric Hammersmith and Ireland’s Abbey Theatre, help put the Arts Theatre and Cambridge firmly on the cultural map as the prime destination for touring theatre.

Bailey Fisher Executive Search is pleased to be supporting the Cambridge Arts Theatre over the coming year as a Corporate Partner.

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