Alice has over ten years’ experience of working within the arts and arts for wellbeing. She is adept at facilitating engagement with the written word and performance through a diverse variety of processes and practices, making creative writing and theatre accessible to all, regardless of age, ability or experience.
Flynn’s practice as a creative is diverse as she turns her hand to both written work, performance, directing and co-devising. At the heart of all she does is the belief that the arts are transformational, creativity is powerful and the connection and growth we gain through expressing our own creativity and engaging with life creatively is essential to our wellbeing.
Alice’s experience as writer, performer and director ranges from creating for the stage (with developments of her own PlayLab supported play The Witch That Wasn’t) and storytelling performances (such as the Arts Council funded The Welcome Project and own Little Tales, Little Truths, a festival performance) through to alternative writing projects (for Australian pop singer Emma Dean and an interdisciplinary project for Hack the Barbican).
Most recently, Flynn has written for the National Trust and award-winning storyteller Michele O’Brien, creating a series of site-specific pieces at Kingston Lacy House and Corfe Castle, working in response to the venues and their histories.