Sally Pomme Clayton has created performances and texts for arts organizations, galleries and museums throughout the UK. She can be commissioned to research, write, or create unique performances or texts to link to an exhibition, festival, building, event, or theme.
She has created performances to link to exhibitions at Wellcome Collection (2016), The National Gallery (2014), The British Museum – including a year long project for ‘A History of the world in 100 objects’ (2010). She wrote and performed ‘Cupid have Mercy’ for the Royal Shakespeare Company, produced as a booklet for Shakespeare’s birthday (2013). She wrote the text “Prince Zal and the Simorgh“ for composer David Bruce and The London Philharmonic Orchestra and performed it at The Royal Festival Hall with the orchestra (2012). She has undertaken commissions from: BT River of Music and Serious Productions; Southbank Centre; The King of Hearts Norwich; The Unicorn Children’s Theatre; Chichester Festival Theatre; WOMAD; Welsh National Opera; Essex Book Festival; Cultural Co-operation.
“One of the country’s most highly regarded storytellers…she awakens the imagination of the audience.” The Independent