Freelance producing and recent work:

AI Festival 2023 was one of the first festivals of it's kind in London, bringing together technology and theatre and exploring how artists can creatively engage with Artificial Intelligence. 

This state-of-the-art season of work starred an electric line-up of humans and robots, with four headline productions at it's centre. Highlights included bot-controlled improv comedy by award-winning international theatre troupe Improbotics. 

Two weeks of theatre, comedy, workshops, exhibitions and conversation – log in.

Curated by Paloma Jacob-Duvernet

Alice Eve: Lead Producer

This is the book of Genesis 2. The world is scarred by war, and environmental catastrophe has caused living to become unbearable. The last resort for Earth’s remaining population is to put its future in the hands of AI technology known as IONA. Three subjects enter IONA’s world, with the hope that within them they carry the answer to a new way of living. However, as IONA pushes them to their limits, the answer to humanity’s dream escapes them, leaving a scarier future in its wake.

Exploring the origins of morality and the desirable chaos of sexuality, this bold new play creates a landscape stretching from lush fields and scorching deserts to a place of pure desolation. Welcome to the healing process.

'An exquisite production'


Broadway World

Everything Theatre

Lost In Theatreland

Credit: Abby Timms Photography

Digital Programme

Written by Sam Pout

Directed by Rosa Higgs

Co-Produced by Sam Pout and Alice Eve

ice&fire explores human rights stories through performance. We put human rights at the core of everything we do to make accessible theatre for a wide range of audiences across the UK.

'In Our Own Words' is a verbatim piece of theatre - a musical - that comprises of some of the real experiences young people have had with sex and relationships, long-form, in their own words.

We collected the voices of young people during the 2020/21 academic year, and are now ready to deliver the project on an exciting national tour, where we hope to reach 7,000 young people (as well as parents and teachers).

Associate Producer

I am the Learning and Participation Producer at Omnibus Theatre, a multi-award-winning independent theatre in Clapham. 

We provide a platform for new writing and interdisciplinary work, aiming to give voice to the underrepresented and challenge perceptions. I am leading the revival of the participatory producing department, developing the artistic vision for participatory work within education and communities, ensuring that the voices of community participants are represented at any strategic planning stage of relevant projects and more. I manage fundraising opportunities, project manage and deliver ROUTES among other theatre engagement work.

*Finalist in the Fringe Theatre of the Year 2019 The Stage Awards, and Off-West End Award winner 2018 and 2020*

Click here to discover the full Omnibus participation programme

Producing Credits

Omnibus Theatre

Learning and Participation Producer (Jan 2023 - Present)

Mainstay Creatives

Executive Producer (Sep 2020 - Present)


Associate Producer (Sep 2020 - Present)


Co-Producer (Feb -Jul 2023)

AI Festival

Producer (Feb -Jul 2023)

Plosive Productions

Assistant (Feb 2022 - Dec 2022)

Humblebee Creative

Assistant Producer (Jan 2021 - Oct 2021)

Mercury Musical Development / Musical Theatre Network

Production Assistant (May 2021 - August 2021)

Les Enfants Terribles

Production Assistant (Placement) (Jan-April 2021) 


Production Assistant (Placement) (Jan-April 2019)