About

b. 1986, HK.

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Emma Martin

Having graduated in 2009 with a Theatre & Performances Studies degree from the University of Warwick my passion for the arts took me to a role as Marketing Office for the Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds in 2010, leaving in 2015 as Head of Department. From 2015 - 2016 I worked for Tara Arts and managed the marketing, sales and branding strategy for the reopening of the new Tara Theatre.

Since November 2016, I have been working as a freelance Arts Marketing consultant and manager on strategy development, tour marketing, branding and digital strategy and implementation for producing companies. Currently working as Communications Manager for the Original Theatre Company and Rifco Theatre Company, with projects for Watford Palace Theatre, Cahoots Theatre Company, The Production Exchange, Park Theatre, Southwark Playhouse and The Other Palace. Emma also runs the marketing module for the MA in Creative Producing at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts.

Over the last 10 years Emma has worked on 12 national tours including Dick Turpin’s Last Ride, Mansfield Park (Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds); Three Men In A Boat, Invincible, Monogamy, Caroline’s Kitchen, Napoli, Brooklyn (Original Theatre Company & Brits Off Broadway); The Diary of a Hounslow Girl, Hamlet (Black Theatre Live); Emma (The Production Exchange), Dishoom, Mushy: Lyrically Speaking (Rifco Theatre Company), Absurd Person Singular (Watford Palace Theatre) as well as London projects including Paradise of the Assassins (Tara Arts); The Dame, The Roundabout, Deny, Deny, Deny, Twitstorm, Twilight Song (Cahoots Theatre Company/Park Theatre); Hamlet (Gyles Brandreth), Secondary Victim, There or Here, Schism, Beruit, Spiral, Peter Pan, We’re Staying Right Here, Beneath The Blue Rinse, The Actor’s Nightmare, Fast, The Snow Queen (Park Theatre), Ghost About The House (Kings Head Theatre) Bananaman (social media), For King and Country, The Night Before Christmas, The Rubenstien Kiss, Billy Bishop Goes To War (Southwark Playhouse), Fanatical (Playground Theatre), Murder For Two (The Other Palace), Superblackman (Battersea Arts Centre) and The Happy Prince (Wilde Productions). Alongside production marketing I have also managed the brand development for Bunny Productions (Lisa Hammond, Rachael Spence).

 

CLIENTS :

The Original Theatre Company

rifco theatre company

Cahoots Theatre Company

The Other Palace

Mountview           

Park Theatre

The Production Exchange

Watford Palace theatre  

Gyles Brandreth / park theatre

Dilated Theatre Company/ southwark playhouse

Aegis Productions / park theatre

Elphin Productions / park theatre

Campling Hicks Productions / kings head & park theatre

Anita Creed Productions/ park theatre 

Devil you know theatre / southwark playhouse

the stable / playground theatre

damien tracey productions / park theatre

Julie Clare Productions / park theatre 

paul casey / southwark playhouse

kepow theatre / park theatre

get go culture

metal rabbit / park theatre

WILDE THEATRE PRODUCTIONS / MICHAEL PEAVOY

BUNNY PRODUCTIONS

  

                                                                     

 

 

I would love to hear about your project, whatever the size or budget.