DGC CLIENTS & AFFILIATIONS

A selection of some of my current work partners

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BLUE TOUCH PAPER PRODUCTIONS

International Producing Partner

Theatre company dedicated to bringing new stories to the UK

Our mission: To find plays that stretch, challenge and excite audiences

The team: Katharine Farmer (director/producer), Paul O’Leary (producer), Daniel Galloway (international producing partner), Pete Baker and many wonderful freelance collaborators

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HOW NOW BROWN COW PRODUCTIONS

Consulting General Manager

Daniel proudly works with Founder Julie-Anne McDowell as General Manager and Associate Producer of South Africa’s newest, purpose built Theatrical Production Company. Launched in 2020 in the middle of the global Pandemic, How Now Brown Cow is a Theatre Producing Company committed to presenting a range of world-class productions which particularly aims to commission, enable and empower South African Theatre Practitioners. The How Now Brown Cow Writers’ Collective was launched in February 2021.

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HOW NOW BROWN COW WRITERS' COLLECTIVE

Producer

“ … We are striving to reinvest in the grassroots of theatre and storytelling by empowering writers during this very difficult time.  We are nothing, we have nothing, without stories in the theatre, so we hope that out of this initiative will come some contemporary South African stories that reflect our society and people today.”

Julie-Anne McDowell | Founder How Now Brown Cow. 

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THE COLLEGE OF MAGIC

Interim CEO from 1 May 2021

Founded in 1980 by the remarkable David Gore, The College of Magic is first and foremost a unique place of contemporary education for young people. We believe that every child is different; that every child is creative and has an innate sense of curiosity and wonder. We’ve shaped our curriculum around this ethos, and our staff is dedicated to helping each learner find and develop their unique passions and talents.
The College of Magic is also a place where youngsters from every walk of life come together; a true reflection of our rainbow nation. They are brought together by the enchanting and multi-faceted art of ‘magic theatre’, where learning is fun, life skills are nurtured, and where little imaginations are set free. All of this is our recipe for captivating, empowering and transforming young lives.

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THE TSIKINYA-CHAKA CENTRE

Associate

Daniel proudly joins the Wits-based Centre as an affiliate as of March 2021. Working closing with the Directorship Daniel aims to provide meaningful theatrical connections. The Tsikinya-Chaka Centre is a Research Unit in the School of Literature, Language and Media at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa. Building on a significant but often-neglected history of translating Shakespeare’s plays into African languages, the TCC seeks to promote scholarship, teaching and performance that engages with Shakespeare as a multilingual phenomenon. This focus is complemented by an emphasis on transnationalism: understanding Shakespearean histories and contemporary practices in different national contexts around the world by situating Shakespeare outside of limited ‘English’ paradigms (and vice versa).