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Organising a post-show Q&A? I’m adept at getting the best out of participants and engaging audiences plus – crucially – maximising the event for social media, real-world word of mouth and follow-on coverage and content. Read some testimonials from other producers below, if you don’t believe me! Then click here to view my Q&A services sheet and ratecard. If you’d like to discuss my chairing an event for you and other services I can offer, please drop me a line via the Contact page or call me on 07754 687067.

May 2 @ 8:00 pm – 10:30 pm
RARELY SEEN CLASSIC <em>The Cardinal</em>: Post-show Q&A with director & company @ Southwark Playhouse | England | United Kingdom
James Shirley’s rarely seen, 1641 tragic masterpiece, THE CARDINAL , comes to Southwark Playhouse in a new production starring Stephen Boxer and Natalie Simpson and directed by Justin Audibert.  “All great men know, the soul of life is fame.” The state of Navarre is in crisis. An unscrupulous Cardinal has the ear of the King and is[...]
May 6 @ 2:30 pm – 5:00 pm
OFF-BROADWAY MUSICAL HIT <em>Pete 'n' Keely</em>: Post-show Q&A with the company @ Tristan Bates Theatre | England | United Kingdom
A string of hits, a cast of two, ‘Forever Plaid’ meets ‘I Do, I Do’. Off-Broadway musical PETE ‘N’ KEELY gets its European premiere at London’s Tristan Bates Theatre in May, with David Bardsley and Katie Kerr playing the Swingin’ Sixties TV sweethearts from the show’s title. It’s 1968. America’s Swingin’ Sweethearts, Pete Bartel and[...]
May 9 @ 7:45 pm – 10:00 pm
CULT AMERICAN COMEDY <em>Out There on Fried Meat Ridge Rd.</em>: Post-show Q&A @ Trafalgar Studios | England | United Kingdom
Following a sell-out, award-nominated run at London’s White Bear Theatre, Keith Stevenson’s cult-hit American comedy Out There On Fried Meat Ridge Rd. transfers to the West End’s Trafalgar Studios – the first-ever show to transfer the Studio 2 into an end-on space. Things could not get any worse for Mitchell, who just lost his girlfriend, his[...]
SHAKESPEARE FOR TODAY <em>The Taming of the Shrew</em>: Post-show panel on feminism & theatre
Oh, how I love chairing post-show panel debates for Lazarus Theatre. After events to pioneering productions of The Caucasian Chalk Circle, The Beggars’ Opera, ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore and Tamburlaine, I’m delighted to chair an event to Lazarus’ next production, a new take on Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew. I see a woman may[...]


Past Events

Other recent events have included the following. If you click on the Event Pages links below, you can also find full coverage (podcasts, photos and more) from that event via the “You May Also Be Interested” Related Links on each page. Alternatively, click here to scroll through all my event-related blogs.


AmericanWife-squarethumbnail“Terri is a true professional, and an excellent facilitator of Q&As – especially ones with such a sensitive subject matter. The Q&A she ran for The American Wife (about rendition and the ‘war on terror’) was the perfect opportunity to engage with the audiences, and generate a buzz about the show, which resulted in a nice boost in sales. I can’t wait for the next chance to do a Q&A with Terri and I would certainly recommend her to other producers!” – Oliver Taheri, The American Wife producer

WaitingForGodot-thumbnail-poster_sep16“Terri is always wonderful to work with. Professional, friendly and a huge lover of theatre herself, there is no one more suited to bring audience and actors together and create a warm and inclusive post-show atmosphere.” – Libby Brodie, Waiting for Waiting for Godot producer

Claudio Macor and Peter Tatchell at Savage post-show Q&A“Terri chaired a special Q&A with LGBTI rights activist Peter Tatchell at my production of Savage. She thoroughly investigated Tatchell and the events in the play in preparation and handled it all beautifully. Her relentless professionalism and guidance was invaluable. Terri is a real advocate for the theatre industry. We would definitely not have achieved such an incredibly successful event without her.” – Andrea Leoncini, producer

SuperiorDonuts_Flag_Feb14“Terri chaired a post-show Q&A for my production of the UK premiere of Superior Donuts. The discussion was a great success and Terri led it with poise, understanding and passion. Her in-depth knowledge of theatre ensured the discussion never flagged, and her warm manner put the cast, director and audience at ease. The discussion also benefitted from Terri’s experience with social media, so that the involvement extended beyond the present audience to those on Twitter. I was delighted to work with Terri and hope to do so again soon.” – Sarah Stribley, producer