Daisy Hale (they/them) is an award winning independent producer of exciting performance artists and Creative Director of The Hale. The Hale produces and develops artists who have been traditionally ostracised from the mainstream, with a focus on Queer, Trans, Global Majority & Learning Disabled & Neurodivergent identities. Daisy’s work is not bound by form and takes place in theaters, cabaret, clubs, digital and large scale events and focuses on using fun and populism that often has a grassroots activism strand to have wider conversations about socio-political topics. They advocate for producer development and creating alternative models of working, leadership and project creation built from a process of care and counterculture.
Previously, Daisy was Associate Producer for Theatre Royal Stratford East and Assistant Producer for the Borough of Enfield’s Theatres. They have been part of the Old Vic 12 (2018/19) and did Clore Emerging Leaders in 2020. Daisy regularly facilitates for organizations including Clore, Soho Theatre, Yard Theatre, Stage One, NYT and Bradford Producing Hub. Daisy is an access consultant and disability equality trainer for arts organizations. They are also a trustee of ArtsAdmin.
See more at: www.the-hale.com
My Clore Course enabled me to appreciate everyone's differing work styles and how I can take that into account when approaching individuals or delegating to teams.
It has helped me to be more through with my thinking and to also play to the strengths of my own working style.