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Clive Greenwood
Country: 
United Kingdom
Description: 
Freelance Writer/Performer of scripted museum theatre, also Freelance Costumed Historical Interpreter, I also devise and deliver Educational workshops on a variety of subjects

Recent and Future commissions and engagements

Co-writer and Presenter "The Great Georgian Science Show" - Stamford Georgian Festival
Chiltern Open Air Museum; Actor in Literary sessions as "The Deer Mage" (Wolf Brother) "Mr Tom" (Goodnight Mr Tom), "The Farmer" (Little Red Hen) 2016
Eltham Palace: James Watt, Eagle, (Courtauld's Butler) 2016
National Archives: Storytelling sessions on "The Great Fire" as Samuel Pepys 2016
Ealing Council: Devising and Delivering "Brunel Walk" (as Brunel) 2016
Historic Royal Palaces: "Story Squad" in "The Great Garden Game", "Host" in "Fit for a King" -2016
Kent Life Open Air Musuem: Member of Live Interpretation Team -2015
Charlton House: Devising & Delivering Live Interpretation as "Arthur Bailey" (17th Century Royal Society Member)2016
Premier Entertainment: Devised and Delivered 8 person Interactive Pirate Performance on "The Golden Hinde" for "Black Sails" launch on History TV
V&A: Devised and Delivered Interactive Performance "The Kings Decorator" as William Kent 2015-2016
Gunnersbury Park Museum: Devising & Delivering World War One sessions as "Major Sadler" 2015
Fulham Palace: Devised Live Interpretation Project 2015
Hertford Museum: Delivering Live interpretation as "Sir Francis Drake" for Explorers Day 2015
Fulham Palace: Devised Live Interpretation Elizabethan and Caroline period 2014
Fulham Palace: costumed interpretation as "Bishop Mandell Creighton" 2013
Gunnersbury Park Museum: commissioned to devise and deliver Costumed Interpretation as "Head Gardener to Lord Rothschild" for Chelsea Flower Show Fringe and Open House 2013
Beaney Museum, Canterbury: Commissioned to devise and deliver costumed interpretation as "Dr Beaney" for opening weekend 2013
Waterworks at War" - devised and delivered Costumed Interpretation as "ARP Warden" specific to the site 2012
"Lock-Up Keeper"; devised and delivered Costumed Interpretation Cirencester Historical Trail
"Pepys in Greenwich"; devised and delivered Costumed Interpretation for Royal Greenwich Foundation
Florence Nightingale Museum: Facilitator: "Stories of the World" worked with pupils from local school to write and perform their own audio based re-interpretation of objects in the Museum
"Change of Heart" - 2 person comedy play on the history of pathology, for Royal College of Pathologists
Costumed Interpretation and Science show Abbey Pumping Station Leicester
"Victorian Quack Doctor" - wrote and performed interactive Victorian Medicine show for Wellcome Gallery evening event "Quacks & Cures". (STOP PRESS!: Quack now resident gallery performer at the Science Museum, and Kew Bridge Steam Museum) also seen at Errdig Victorian Weekend (National Trust) and Imperial College Festival (rebooked)
"James Watt" - interactive costumed interpretation, Kew Bridge Steam Museum.
"George Stephenson" - interactive costumed interpretation, Stockton on Tees Heritage Days & Great Engineering Debate (ICE) now also regular gallery character - Science Museum.
"Isambard Kingdom Brunel" - Discovery Channel Roadshow
"John Evelyn" in "The Great Conflagration". Co-devised two-person interactive interpretation for schools, as Evelyn and Pepys enlist the help of pupils to plan a new London.
"The Death of Nelson - or England's Greatest Hero" - possibly the worse Georgian Theatre troupe perform the life of Nelson and the entire Battle of Trafalgar armed with only their trusty props basket!. (rebooked for 5 years at Lancaster Georgian Fair and also seen at Maritime Festival )
"A Pirates Life for Me" Storytelling session based on true stories of pirate life. Recently booked on "The Golden Hinde" London.(Suitable for outdoor and indoor events)

All currently available either for scripted performance or for free-flow costumed interpretation. Costumed Interpretation and Drama devised for specific sites and characters.

Specialised areas of knowledge:Black Death, Tudor, Georgian, Early 19th century, Industrial Revolution, Transport & Engineering related characters, Victorian, 1930's.

Other credits: Detector "Enchanted Palace" - Wildworks for HRP/Kensington Museum, Museum of London ;Black Death - a survivors tale, Victorian Costermonger, Samuel Pepys, Maritime Museum; King Neptune - interactive childrens tour, Meet Mr Brunel - interactive childrens interpretation, Royal Naval College (Samuel Pepys), London's Transport Museum (devised 1926 general strike interpretation) V&A: John Hemminge - actor with Shakespeare 1594

CRB Clearance. Public Liability Insurance to £10,000,000 (Policy No. 112094) Equity Member. Member of GEM (Group for Education in Museums)
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