Rosie… our new Assistant Administrator

We’d like you to join us in welcoming the newest member of the Live & Local team, Rosie Spiegelhalter. Rosie has recently joined us as Assistant Administrator, stepping in to the shoes of Carly who is enjoying a fantastic round the world trip.

Rosie - our new Assistant Administrator

Rosie – our new Assistant Administrator

Rosie graduated from Warwick University in July 2012 with a degree in Film & Literature and has also been involved in producing a number of shows and events at Warwick Art Centre. Having recently spent time in London, Rosie has now returned to Warwick.

We asked Rosie what she was most enjoying about the role “I really enjoy being the first point of contact, helping artists and promoters out; Live & Local deal with such a diverse and exciting group of people, plus it’s very satisfying knowing you’ve been able to offer help and advice.”

One of the great things about working at Live & Local is the exposure we get to a whole host of artists and performances; Rosie is very excited about the prospect of seeing Lady Maisery “I have watched them on YouTube so many times it’s getting a bit stalkerish”

You may also be interested in Rosie’s rather unusual surname Spiegelhalter – which is pronounced Spee-gull-halt-er – it’s German originally, meaning “mirror holder”.

Finally we had to ask Rosie the most important question in the office!  What is your favourite type of cake? “Red Velvet Cake, closely followed by literally any type of cake ever”.

Rosie will start attending events in our upcoming Autumn season so if you happen to bump in to her, do say hello.

About Live & Local

Live & Local is a not-for-profit arts organisation working across Derbyshire, Leicestershire & Rutland, Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire Staffordshire, Warwickshire and Worcestershire. We support a network of voluntary organisations that bring communities together to enjoy high quality, affordable and professional live performances and film screenings. Our work is made possible by investment from Arts Council England and local authorities in the areas where we work and it happens because of the dedication of volunteers.
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