Chris Baldwin is a performance director, curator, teacher and writer. He is known widely for Teatro de Creacion (TdC) and citizen-centred dramatugy - approaches to making large scale performance designed for a place, about that place and made in deep collaboration with the people of that place. He was Creative Director of Galway, European Capital of Culture (Ireland). Previously he was Curator of Interdisciplinary Performance for Wroclaw, European Capital of Culture in Poland. He has directed widely in Spain, UK, Poland, Bulgaria and Germany. During 2011 and 2012 he wrote and directed two major pieces of work as part of the London Olympic Games celebrations; "The Way the Winds Blow” in Rutland and “Raise the Sky" for the Olympic Torch Celebrations. His play, Cosima, won "Best Theatre Text" at the FETEN international theatre festival, Gijon, Spain, and his play "Bright Angel" (written in collaboration with Bernd Kessler) has been performed in various British and German theatres. He has published various plays and books about theatre and the teaching of history in post authoritarian countries. He teaches in many universities across Europe and has been Visiting Professor at Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance in London. He is also a permaculture designer. Click here for 2019 News.