Head and shoulders photo of Aisling Gallgher - Agent for Change. Aisling is a white person and is smiling at the camera, is wearing a red tshirt and has blonde curly, shoulder length hair.

AISLING GALLAGHER

Aisling Gallagher is the Agent for Change at Theatre Royal Stratford East (maternity cover).

Aisling is a director, writer and producer from Belfast. They founded autistic-led theatre and arts company Good Behaviour with Calum Perrin. Good Behaviour have made work with Sydenham Arts, The Library Presents In Your House and have recently undertaken a Festival Echoes residency with Festival Stoke, working with autistic arts group, The Social Agency. The importance of disabled-led work lies at the core of the company, along with a commitment to co-creation and genuine collaboration with communities. As a writer, Aisling completed the Croydon Emerging Writers Programme with Stanley Halls/Disentangle Productions and was recently commissioned for Spare Tyre’s Signal Fires.

 

They are also involved in the #WeShallNotBeRemoved campaign and are excited to work with Theatre Royal Stratford East to ensure Deaf and disabled artists and audiences are embedded within our recovery over the next year.

 

Aisling is also an elected Labour Party Councillor in Lewisham, south-east London, since 2018, and is a trustee of The Albany in Deptford. 

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