1-2-1 Playwriting and Theatre-Making Support Sessions



Each month, our Creative Instigator, Nicole Joseph hosts support sessions for creatives working in theatre-making and playwriting. Her specialisms include directing, dramaturgy, facilitating workshops, producing, and working with both professionals and communities. 

Through these sessions, Nicole can provide creative advice and signpost to funding, support and networking opportunities for people working in the Bradford performing arts and culture sector.

Who are these advice sessions for?

These sessions are open to all artists and arts professionals living or working in Bradford. Whether you need a listening ear, a critical friend, or just some advice on where to take your work or creative practice next – these sessions are for you!

Book a slot

Please be aware that our in-person timeslots take place at Assembly, Bradford. This venue is only accessible by stairs. If you would like to meet Nicole in person at an accessible venue, please drop her an email at nicole@bdproducinghub.co.uk.

Meet Nicole Joseph
Nicole Joseph is a black woman with long dark curly hair.

Nicole Joseph

Nicole Joseph is a Creative Instigator at Bradford Producing Hub. She provides support to artists in Bradford through one-to-one advice and the development of larger support programmes. Nicole has led the Empowered programme for training future leaders from marginalised identities, the Series of Care sessions for wellbeing and training around artistic development and careers, and project-managed the Make The Change event, which included commissioning multi-artform projects and artists and delivering a large-scale event which celebrated the Empowered programme and artists.

Nicole is a Bradford-based writer and theatre-maker whose practice is based in a holistic and spiritual human-centred community care focused way. She writes women-led stories that connect and care for communities by exploring under and misrepresented characters and places while playing with genre, where often, the ordinary meets the extraordinary thematically and atmospherically. 

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