Juliet Clark

Juliet Clark

Creative Producer

  • Location: London
  • Career stage: Early
  • Freelancer: Available

Juliet is a freelance Theatre Producer, Photographer and Film Editor. She holds a Bachelors degree in Theatre and Performance Studies and a Masters in International Performance Research (MAIPR) from the University of Warwick (2011-15).

Juliet co-founded theatre collective The Human Animal in 2012, co-directing inaugural production Lovely Rita by Thomas Brasch and performing in Women War Lustgames (Act I). The collective went on to produce an immersive run of Simon Stephens’ Wastwater at the Edinburgh Fringe 2014, commended by infamous theatre mogul and Guardian critic Lyn Gardner. The show received the Clive Barker Award for Performance and was selected for the National Student Drama Festival 2015, winning an award for best mise-en-scene. Juliet also produced the collective’s second fringe venture, Souvenirs, which received a spread of 4-star reviews at the Edinburgh Fringe 2015.

Juliet is also an experienced Festival Producer, beginning with coordinating student-written theatre festival FreshFest in 2013. She went on to assistant produce for Lynnette Moran, festival director of Live Collision International Festival in 2015 as part of her Masters degree based in Warwick, Dublin, and Belgrade. She then worked as a Producer at Omnibus Theatre (2015-17) producing three annual festivals, Unnatural Acts (LGBT+), And That’s Another Story (Literary) and the Perception Festivals.

More recently Juliet produced Omnibus Theatre’s critically acclaimed in-house production Spring Offensive, which received 5-stars from The Independent and 4-stars from The Times and The Stage.

Juliet is dedicated to producing political, thought-provoking new writing. She also has a portfolio of stage photography, film editing and has worked closely with playwrights as a dramaturg.

She is currently producing Silent Meat by David Levesley as part of HeadFirst’s Love Sex and Death Festival at the Pleasance and Contractions by Mike Bartlett at The Players Theatre, West Sussex.


  • Marketing
  • Photography
  • Video Editing
  • Arts and Events Management
  • Audio Editing
  • Corporate Filming
  • Events
  • Filming
  • Live Performance
  • Producing
  • Theatre