Jacksons Lane rehearsals
Adrian Berry is Artistic Director of Jacksons Lane, London, one of the most innovative UK arts venues for contemporary circus and visual theatre.
Prior to this he was Creative Programmer for Stratford Circus, Artistic Director of Trinity Theatre in Kent, Head of Education and Programming and later Director at The Bull Theatre (now Arts Depot) and was Education Manager at the Albany Theatre, London.
Additionally Adrian programmes and produces for The New Wolsey Theatre, Canada Water Culture Space and The Albany Theatre, and previously for The National Theatre, ARC Stockton on Tees, Under the Stars Festival, The Pigalle Club, West Wing Arts Centre.
He is a member of the advisory panel of The Roundhouse, and has been a consultant for The Africa Centre, Africa International Festival and Mosaic, also leading a ten-venue outer-London consortium for Arts Council England, curating UK and international festival programmes. He was a member of the pioneering Theatre Rites board for 5 years.
Adrian is the writer/director of the productions From Ibiza to the Norfolk Broads, Jack Pleasure and Dye Young/Stay Pretty as well as six contemporary adaptations of productions for young audiences. Adrian's production of Lee Hall's Spoonface Steinberg was critically acclaimed at the Adelaide Festival 2012.
Adrian is also a member of the group Alberteen whose album Metal Book and single A Girl and a Gun were critically acclaimed across the world and gained them airplay and live session on BBC6 Music.