Beth is the Agent for Change at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre, as part of their Ramps on the Moon partnership.
Originally from the North West, Beth is a theatre maker, director, facilitator and qualified youth worker, who moved to the Midlands to study at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire.
She believes strongly in the power of culture as a tool for social change and that Art should be accessible to all, not just to a select few. Her knowledge and passion for using culture as a mode of learning led to her co-founding The Juicy Bits collective; providing a platform for projects that explore sex and relationships through art. As part of the collective, she curated Feel the Squeeze, a three-piece series using audio and illustration to explore the different ways in which the pandemic has affected our sex and relationship habits.
There are going to be plenty of ways to get involved with An Agent for Change across the country as more Agents for Change positions are created more opportunities will arise. This is an exciting time for the development of access and this is your chance to get involved!
If you would like to submit an article from elsewhere, blog post about an experience you have had (positive or negative!) or even a video of something you have seen that helps tell our story of change, you can do it here. Please make your stories compelling and shareable, relevant and provocative, and we’ll do the rest.