This section contains a selection of articles by or about Jodi Myers

January 26, 2017
Sir Simon Rattle

Calm Consideration

As the debate over whether London needs a new concert hall becomes more divisive, it’s time for some careful thought. The call for a new concert hall, as part of a larger Centre for Music in the City of London, continues to make the news. However, the heated discourse would […]
November 17, 2016

Arts Boards

One or two boards of performing arts organisations seem to be getting a lot of attention at the moment. Usually, the spotlight falls on boards only when there is a problem and not if things are running smoothly. That is as it should be. However, given that boards have responsibility […]
April 9, 2015
The Go-Between

What Next For Musical Theatre?

Exploring the complexities of musical theatre today and why it needs meaningful investment to give new work a greater chance of surviving. Ask people if they like musical theatre and they tend to say they love it or they can’t stand it. But ask them what they understand by the […]
March 17, 2013

Once a stage manager…

National Stage Management Conference March 2013 Keynote speech: “Once a stage manager….”
 Good morning. I am delighted to be here – I have to say there are not many things that would get me away from listening to The Archers on a Sunday morning without substantial remuneration! So, why am […]
April 10, 2012

Opening the Paralympic Games

Last summer when the announcement was made that Jenny Sealey and Bradley Hemmings were to be Co-Artistic Directors for the London 2012 Paralympic Games Opening Ceremony, there was a sense of “of course they are”. They are champions of large-scale outdoor work who have worked extensively with disabled artists, their […]