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Contact us

If you have any questions please don't hesitate to get in touch. We also welcome feedback on all our projects. You can phone or email comments to us at any time.

We would love to hear from you.

T: 0191 272 4063
F: 0191 272 4137
E: info@openclasp.plus.com

You can also contact us by filling in the form at the bottom of this page.

Who We Are:

Catrina McHugh - Artistic Director and Writer
Jill Heslop - Creative Producer
Carly McConnell - Company Development Manager
Mary Wilson - Administrator

Press Enquiries:

For all media enquiries, press releases and interview requests please contact:

Helen Fussell PR & Communications
Email: helen.fussell@gmail.com
Tel. 07801 369 778

 

How to find us

Open Clasp's office is in the Stephenson Building, also home to West End Women & Girl's Centre, on Elswick Road, Newcastle upon Tyne. The building is on the left as you head along Elswick Road from town, with a zebra crossing right outside, just before Elswick Park. You can get the number 30 or 31 bus from Newcastle town centre. If you're coming by car there is parking on the opposite side of Elswick Road, just take the first right after passing the Stephenson building.

Our location

Open Clasp Theatre Company
The Stephenson Building
173 Elswick Road
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE4 6SQ
info@openclasp.plus.com

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Critics Pick "a moving, intimate and superbly acted drama about women’s lives in a British prison" New York Times
★★★★ "Exquisite... Singing with an everyday poetry as if the devising process had unlocked a waterfall of creativity" Lyn Gardner, The Guardian
★★★★★ "A touching, empowering work that hits the hat-trick of great script, direction and performance" The Stage
"Open Clasp is truly a treasure of the north east that must be supported and encouraged to become a treasure of the nation" British Theatre Guide
"Open Clasp have the balls, the brains and above all, the sense of humour, to tackle issues in a fresh and beguiling way" Metro
"Open Clasp’s work shows a grass roots radicalism and genuine commitment, coupled with professionalism" British Theatre Guide