Michael Pinchbeck is a writer, live artist and theatre-maker based in Nottingham. He co-founded Metro-Boulot-Dodo in 1997 after studying Theatre and Creative Writing at Lancaster University. He left MBD to pursue a five-year live art project - The Long and Winding Road (2004-09) - that toured to ICA (London), Ikon (Birmingham) and The Bluecoat (Liverpool). He was commissioned by Nottingham Playhouse to write The White Album (2006) and The Ashes (2011). He premiered Bolero (2014) at Nottingham Playhouse as part of neat2014 before touring it to Bosnia & Herzegovina and Kosovo supported by the British Council.
Supported by Arts Council England, Michael is currently touring Concerto as a sequel to Bolero. Other notable projects include The Trilogy (2016) and an immersive slideshow, The man who flew into space from his apartment (2015). His work has been selected four times for the British Councilâ€™s Edinburgh Showcase. He is a Principal Lecturer (Professional Practice) and MA Theatre Programme Leader at the University of Lincoln. www.michaelpinchbeck.co.uk
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