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Clive Lyttle

  • Clive Lyttle

    Clive has professional experience as a producer and artistic director of venues, festival and events. This experience includes arts in residence, producing the first Greenwich Anti Racist Festival and as programme director at the Croydon Clock Tower. Whilst in Croydon he helped develop the annual Croydon Festival. He majored in music during his degree in creative and performing arts. He studied Jazz with guitar as a main instrument and also worked as a producer with a number of releases.

    Projects have included an independent dance label in West London and he was chair of Beat Dis, a Jazz and community music organisation for a number of years. Clive’s current role includes an interest in Circus, Street Arts, Outdoor Arts, Live Arts, Theatre and Carnival. Roles at the Arts Council have included Combined Arts Officer, Head of Combined Arts (South East) and Relationship Manager Combined Arts. He recently completed an MA in Cultural Leadership at City University