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Anna Woolf



Anna is London Arts and Health’s Head of Digital, leading on a range of research and digital strategies for members including resources on cultural social prescribing and networking. Anna is currently doing a part time PhD at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and her project is in collaboration with young people who are experiencing invisible chronic illness. As well as being a freelance lecturer at RCSSD teaching undergraduates applied theatre Anna also freelances as a theatre practitioner and has worked with a range of organisations, including Half Moon Young People’s Theatre, Box Clever Theatre, Talawa Theatre, Peer Productions and C&T Theatre to name but a few.

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