For this website, Sally, Mags and Mike would like to thank:

Shaun Canon for all his work, building the website

Dave Luff for designing the website

Jo Scott for co-ordinating the website, editing and writing the Half Moon section and creating the Outline of Performing Practices pdf

Meleri Williams for editing the Cyrff Ystwyth footage

Dayna Braddick for editing the Oldham Theatre Workshop footage and writing the commentaries

Adelina Ong for her work on the symposium, brochure and ‘Other Places’ page

Anna Bosworth for her contribution to the Half Moon project and her research for the website

Jo Yeoman for filming and contributing to the Half Moon project

Scott Millar for Photoshop duties

Royal Central School of Speech and Drama research office staff, past and present, particularly Caitlin Adams, Becky Gooby and Andrew Parsons

All participants and staff who took part in, or supported, the original Challenging Place practical projects at Half Moon, Cyrff Ystwyth and Oldham Theatre Workshop

The Arts and Humanities Research Council AHRC for funding the Challenging Place project, grant number AH/1000364/1.

Photo credits:
Cyrff Ystwyth – Nick Strong
Oldham Theatre Workshop - Dayna Braddick and Sally Mackey
Half Moon - Anna Bosworth, Sally Mackey, Jo Scott and Jo Yeoman

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