Simon Murgatroyd - Alan Ayckbourn's Archivist & Professional Writer
Simon Murgatroyd: Career Description
Alan Ayckbourn's Archivist & Media Administrator: Archivist for the playwright Alan Ayckbourn responsible for maintaining the Ayckbourn Archive and all enquiries relating to the Archive and Alan Ayckbourn's career and plays. Also honorary Archivist for the Stephen Joseph Theatre. Founder, curator, writer and administrator of www.alanayckbourn.net, the playwright's official website with more than 4,500 pages dedicated to the careers and plays of Alan Ayckbourn. Media Administrator for Alan Ayckbourn responsible for media enquiries regarding Alan Ayckbourn. Professional writer with more than 25 years of writing experience.
○2005 - present day:Alan Ayckbourn's Archivist & Media Administrator ○2002 - present:Alan Ayckbourn's official website administrator, curator & principal contributor to www.alanayckbourn.net ○2004 - present:Archivist for The Bob Watson Archive at the Stephen Joseph Theatre ○1992 - present:Professional writer ○2016 - present: Consultant & copywriter for the Stephen Joseph Theatre ○2016 - present:Patron of Dick & Lottie Theatre Company, Huddersfield. ○2016 - present:Features writer for the SJT Circle monthly newsletter ○2016 - present: Assistant co-ordinator for the Inner Circle / Premiere Patrons events at the Stephen Joseph Theatre
○2016: Author of Unseen Ayckbourn: Illustrated Edition. ○2013 - 2016: Website administrator for the Animated Objects' Orpheus the Mariner and Song Of The Leviathan events. ○2011 - 2016:Co-editor and principal contributor to the Stephen Joseph Theatre Circular quarterly magazine ○2010 - 2011:Ayckbourn Weekend administrator ○2001 - 2006:Ayckbourn And The Round administrator ○1999 - 2005:Deputy box office manager at the Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough ○1992 - 1999:Features & entertainments writer and news reporter at the Scarborough Evening News
○ MA in Theatre & Contemporary Practice (University Of Hull) ○ BA(hons) in Dance and Theatre (University Of Buckingham)
○ Patron of Dick & Lottie Theatre Company (Huddersfield)
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