Stop The Pigeon

Director Lesa Dryburgh develops and delivers project and programme management and communication strategies in creative, cultural and live games sectors. More info…

 

Historic Fact…During WW1 roughly 100,000 letter pigeons were used to send messages. Around 95% of messages got through. More info on Carrier Pigeons and Pigeon Post

Stop The Pigeon

Director Lesa Dryburgh develops and delivers project and programme management and communication strategies in creative, cultural and live games sectors.  More info…

 

Historic Fact…During WW1 roughly 100,000 letter pigeons were used to send messages. Around 95% of messages got through. More info on Carrier Pigeons and Pigeon Post

Stop The Pigeon

Director Lesa Dryburgh develops and delivers project and programme management and communication strategies in creative, cultural and live games sectors.  More info…

 

Historic Fact…During WW1 roughly 100,000 letter pigeons were used to send messages. Around 95% of messages got through. More info on Carrier Pigeons and Pigeon Post

Stop The Pigeon

Director Lesa Dryburgh develops and delivers project and programme management and communication strategies in creative, cultural and live games sectors.  More info…

 

Historic Fact…During WW1 roughly 100,000 letter pigeons were used to send messages. Around 95% of messages got through. More info on Carrier Pigeons and Pigeon Post

Nice things people have said:

‘Lesa is innovative, rigorous, communicates superbly and has excellent people skills. She has an extraordinary ability to bring together cutting edge practice in online and ‘viral’ communication with more ‘traditional’ insights into networks on the ground in localities. It is delightful and illuminating to work with her’.

– Phil George, Chair, National Theatre Wales.

‘I cannot recommend Lesa highly enough – rigorous, insightful, dedicated, imaginative, inspiring. A wonderful colleague and asset, she hugely influenced and shaped the start of National Theatre Wales and has been an invaluable critical friend ever since’.

– Lucy Davies (formerly Executive Producer National Theatre Wales) now Executive Director, Royal Court Theatre, London.

‘Lesa is one of my most impressive and visionary colleagues who inspires everyone she works with. Her attention to detail, clear sightedness and passionate support for artists and colleagues makes her a joy to work with. Completely trustworthy and talented, I cannot recommend her work highly enough and a nice person to boot!’

– Mark Babych, Artistic Director, Hull Truck Theatre.

‘As Communications Consultant for a new theatre in Corby, Lesa was absolutely central to the strategy and process for creating the theatre’s brand. Lesa thinks strategically with a mind for creativity, which makes her a great person to work with! She clearly gives her all to any project she’s working on, is approachable and very organised’.

– Tamsin Valentino, Client Services Manager, Uniform.

‘Lesa ran a session with us on how to develop a new website for Quarantine. In a limited amount of time, Lesa helped us think about the overall strategic approach to our online communications as well as leaving us with a practical action plan to implement over the next year. I can honestly say it was one of the most effective and productive sessions I have spent with a consultant’.

– Julia Turpin (formerly Executive Director, Quarantine & Producer, IOU) now Executive Director, LeftcoastUK.

‘Lesa is really open, works intuitively and intelligently and her enthusiasm is infectious for everyone’.

– Bev Morton, Clore Short Course Co-Facilitator and Director, The Art of Possibility.

‘Lesa’s openness and ability to carefully reflect back what I’ve shared with her has really enabled me to explore in great depth issues that challenge me.  Over the period she coached me, I’ve certainly felt a strong progression in my learning and approach to leadership’. 

– Simon Bedford, Executive Producer, Hoipolloi.

‘I have worked with Lesa on many occasions in her capacity as a coach and facilitator. She is incredibly conscientious and insightful, with great integrity and attention to detail. She’s also really GOOD FUN!’ 

– Julia Twomlow, Facilitator, Clore Leadership Programme and Director, The Leach Pottery.

‘Lesa has worked on Clore Short Course programmes since 2009.  Her warm and welcoming persona combined with her ability to be incredibly perceptive makes her an expert coach. It is evident that she loves what she does, relishes presenting herself and others with challenges and is passionate about learning and development’.

– Fiona Cameron, Manager, Courses and Events, Clore Leadership Programme.

‘Lesa’s international communications strategy for Bathing Beauties: Art Meets Architecture on the Lincolnshire Coast  achieved a record 10,000 visitors when it launched in 2006 and worldwide media coverage for the region’.

– Peter Fender, Economic Infrastructure Development Manager, Economy & Culture, Lincolnshire County Council.