Imagineer makes live events, in particular theatre and outdoor performance, education programmes, special commissions and touring work. Our projects bring together creative thinkers and innovators from the arts sector with engineers, architects, educationalists, special effects artists and designers.
Our Vision is “To create new and extraordinary outdoor and site-specific work through dynamic creative collaborations, transforming spaces and creating beauty and human connections where you least expect them, lasting in the memory forever.”
As a founder member and CEO of Imagineer, Jane has worked on numerous projects and events including Godiva Awakes for the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad and The Imagineerium Initiative. She is deeply involved in the campaign to transform The Daimler Powerhouse into a new creation centre for Coventry.
Jane’s other roles include Associate Producer for The Belgrade Theatre, developing Arts Alive into a local national and international festival of innovative outdoor and site specific theatre, producer of The Mysteries in 2000, 2003 & 2006, initiating and developing The Coventry Theatre Network and founder member and Artistic Director of Worcester Arts Workshop.
Producer (Festival of Imagineer and Bridge)
Claire is a co-founder and former Director of Imagineer. She now works on a freelance basis producing the Festival of Imagineers as well as acting as consultant and producer for other regional organisations. Prior to working for Imagineer, Claire was based at the Belgrade Theatre in Coventry as Programme Manager and Community Department Manager. She was founder and Director of the Arts Alive Festival, a festival of new writing and large-scale international outdoor work. During this period she was also Secretary for the Independent Street Arts Network (ISAN).
Associate Creative Director
Kathy has worked as Creator and Director of numerous theatre and outdoor productions. In 2000 she revived the Coventry Carnival, now known as the Godiva Carnival. She was awarded the Irish Post Award in 1998 and the Arts Council Fellowship Recipient in 2005.
Andrea is Chartered Management Accountant (ACMA) who trained and practised in the commercial sector before moving into the public sector, joining Belgrade Theatre as Head of Finance in 2000. She became Finance Director for Imagineer in 2009.
Beth was a participant and volunteer with Imagineer before becoming our Creative Apprentice in 2017, and then promoted to Creative Producer. Beth is responsible for developing The Art Cafe’s project with local community neighbourhoods.