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The Team – Arts on Location

The Team

Adjjima Na Patalung


Adjjima Na Patalung is a theatre director and producer who holds MA degrees from Goldsmiths College and Middlesex University. She was the recipient of Independent Theatre Council’s Theatre Administrative Bursary, attached to Almeida Theatre (2006-7), and assist-directed with Sue Buckmaster as a Bursary Artist of Theatre Rites (2006-8). She was nominated by the International Association of Theatre Critics Thailand as Best Director for “The Chairs” in 2013.

Na Patalung’s passion in intercultural exchange and international mobility in theatre has taken her to work in the UK, mainland Europe and Thailand. Arts On Location (AoL) was established in 2008 to support her increasingly growing work within these areas.

AoL has now grown into a Thai/UK organisation that works within theatre and internationally to create platforms for artistic dialogue through intercultural programmes and to facilitate international mobility for artists. The term “on location” reflects Na Patalung’s vision to work with artists not just by gathering them on location but to work with the awareness of being in that particular locality and its contexts.

Since 2009, AoL has consistently produced self-funded workshops in England and Thailand, such as Zygmunt Molik’s “The Body Alphabet”, Pig Iron School’s “Something from Nothing”, SITI Company’s “Viewpoints” and Michael Chekhov’s “Psychological Gestures”. AoL also organised a Khon Workshop (Thai Mask Dance Drama) in partnership with the College of Dramatic Arts, Bangkok during which artists from all over the world participated in training led by the nationally renowned masters of the college.

“I regard the theatre as the greatest of all art forms, the most immediate way in which a human being can share with another the sense of what it is to be a human being.”

Adjjima Na Patalung, Creative Director

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