We are — Creators. Producers. Writers. Planners. Coordinators. Communicators. Activists and innovators.

Trigger are shapeshifting creatives

We dream-up, create and produce bold and brave live events. We interrupt daily life, reimagine and revive public spaces, and put audiences and togetherness at the heart of everything we do.  

Our work is accessible, inclusive and boundary pushing. It’s always memorable, often large-scale and outdoors. We create epic, imaginative spaces, fly giant dragons and grow magical pop-up gardens.   

Trigger’s vision is brought to life by diverse teams of cross-disciplinary artists, academics and creatives and aims to shine a spotlight on the creativity of local communities.  

We use our platform to showcase new, emerging, inspiring talent. When we are handed the microphone, we use it to highlight issues that are important to us all, even if they are difficult to navigate.  

We're based in an old converted post office, located in a Somerset AONB valley in the beautiful Mendip Hills.

Trigger is for everyone, and everyone is invited.  

Trigger is a registered charity
Charity No: 1194328

“Trigger’s work makes audiences think, connect with one another & care about the planet we inhabit.”

Skinder Hundal MBE – Director of Arts, British Council

We initiate, collaborate and educate

We take people with us
We initiate, cultivate & manage
We nurture future generations

Who we are

Angie Bual
Creative Director | Joint CEO

Angie is an artist and director specialising in visual & participative events. Angie recently directed a mass participation performance for Manchester International Festival. She is the winner of the Creative Producer Arts Foundation Award. She is on the board for Theatre Royal Plymouth and London Area Council, Arts Council England.

Natalie Adams
Executive Director | Joint CEO

Natalie is the Executive Director of Trigger. Natalie has produced for Paines Plough, Coney and nabokov, and has led projects for the Imperial War Museum, National Trust, Chester Zoo and Museum of London. Natalie is a member of the South West Area Council of Arts Council England and is on the Board of the Independent Theatre Council.

Becca Gill
Senior Producer - New Work

Becca is a producer who specialises in performance in public space and creative technology. She has produced for Kaleider, Inside Out Dorset, The Eden Project/14-18NOW and South West Creative Technology Network amongst others. She was Programmer for Dartington Live working with companies such as Darkfield, Onteroerend Goed & Fuel. Working for Activate she strategically developed the Theatre sector in Dorset.

Natalie Skidmore
Head of Finance and Operations

With a unique merge of logic and creativity, Natalie thrives in process, bringing new perspectives to financial management and business operations. Natalie has worked in the creative sector for over 10 years at In Between Time, Bristol Festivals and Design West. Natalie particularly enjoys watching people grow and flourish through participation in creative practice and believes this opportunity should be open to all.

Phoebe Stringer

Phoebe is a Producer with a diverse portfolio spanning theatre, events, and the music industry. She played a pivotal role as Producer in creating the groundbreaking immersive music venue, One Night Records, reshaping the concert experience. As an independent producer, she's collaborated with emerging talents on regional, fringe, and off-West End stages, and consulted for Hennessy Music, elevating grassroots musicians. Her work at Riverside Studios included notable theatre and exhibitions, such as Disney's 'Winnie the Pooh' and Gina Southgate's 'From Live Music. 

Alison Jones
Team Support Officer

With a background in History of Art and Curating, Alison has worked in arts administration and archival research. Before joining this year as Team Support Officer, Alison completed her MA in Curating at UWE. During her studies, Alison developed a particular interest in the myriad ways in which art forms engage with and respond to social, cultural and ecological landscapes.  

Letty Gardner
Assistant Producer and Marketing Officer

Letty developed her passion for arts programming whilst studying English at the University of Birmingham. She has this year joined the Trigger team as Assistant Producer and Marketing Officer, having previously freelanced in production on a range of creative events, including StoryTrails, commissioned as part of UNBOXED: Creativity in the UK. Her interests lie in reimagining public spaces, offering a fresh perspective for communities to engage with their local surroundings.

Alicia White
Project Manager

Alicia is passionate about producing new work and developing creative ideas. She has worked as Production Coordinator for National Theatre Wales and was the Creative Team Coordinator on GALWAD, commissioned as part of Unboxed: Creativity in the UK. Before this, Aliciaspecialised as a Deputy Stage Manager & Show Caller. In this capacity she collaborated on plays with Paines Plough, the Almeida, Young Vic and the Donmar Warehouse; physical and devised performances with Complicité, Frantic Assembly and RashDash; and events with the Southbank Centre and Emergency Exit Arts.

Selina Ocean
Freelance Communications and Marketing Manager

Selina is an arts marketing consultant with over ten years’ experience of delivering creative marketing campaigns in the culture sector for a variety of arts organisations including 59 Productions and Bernie Grant Arts Centre, and live event programmes such as the London Borough of Culture; 14-18 NOW; Kirklees Year of Music and LEEDS 2023. Selina is the Chair of Fevered Sleep's board of trustees.

Board of Trustees

Hannah Slimmon (Chair)
International Development Manager, Horizon Showcase

Catrin Owen (Vice Chair)
Director of Communications, Bronze Orchid Studio

Sharon Mitcheson (Treasurer)
Head of Finance & Operations at Wikimedia UK

Jonathan Peacock
Solicitor and Partner, VWV

Silas Adekunle
Technology Entrepreneur. Co-Founder and CEO at R.I.

Skinder Hundal MBE
Director of Arts, British Council

Jazlyn Pinckney
Head of Workforce Development, One Dance UK

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