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About Rhiannon White

Rhiannon is co-founder/ co-director of Common Wealth an award winning theatre company that makes site specific performance. Her mission is steeped in her values of being working class and creating a space where people are reminded that the arts are for them. She has worked extensively with National Theatre Wales, she has also collaborated and made work for National Theatre, Sherman Cymru, Chapter Arts Centre, BBC, Southbank Centre, Bread and Goose. A Clore fellow and Creative Wales Award Winner; Rhiannon recently joined the panel for the Inquiry into the Future of Civil Society.

Articles by Rhiannon White

This week’s front page editor

Claire Provost

Claire Provost is editor of 50.50 covering gender, sexuality and social justice.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

Fireworks nights

“There feels like a massive push towards ‘diversifying’ the arts. It makes me feel uncomfortable when at the centre of that push we find mainly white, middle class people.”

The future of civil society is dependent on space

It’s hard to cross the threshold of a place that doesn’t feel like it’s for you.

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