Flavia Fraser-Cannon

Flavia is the executive director of Finger in the Pie Theatre and co-director of Blue Pie Media.  

Flavia was the in-house producer and head of marketing at Theatre503 2011-2013. Her credits there include: Land of Our Fathers, The Girl in the Yellow Dress, The Swallowing Dark, Man in the Middle, Life for Beginners, Desolate Heaven and The Life of Stuff. She managed marketing and the resident assistant producers hired under the "RAP" scheme, and obtained Arts Council funding for all in-house productions during her tenure. 

Other credits include: Mimetic Festival 2014 (The Vaults with Finger in the Pie); Kubrick³ (with PIT Theatre, Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh Fringe 2013); Bye Bye World (BAC); Snap.Catch.Slam (Edinburgh Fringe and forthcoming national tour); Best of the Amsterdam Fringe (a programme of Dutch plays at the Edinburgh Fringe, Underbelly on behalf of the Embassy for the Kingdom of the Netherlands); Medea by Stella Duffy (Edinburgh Fringe); Sweeney Todd: his life, times and execution (National Tour and Edinburgh Fringe); Gemma Goggin: Get Laid or Die Trying (Gilded Balloon), The Yellow Wallpaper (Literary Festival, Royal Festival Hall), Durang Durang (Jermyn Street Theatre) and Frank McGuinness' The Lady from the Sea (Arcola Theatre). 

Flavia regularly produced short plays event The Miniaturists, from 2006 to 2013 at Arcola Theatre, Southwark Playhouse, The Liverpool Everyman and Latitude festival. She was a member of the core team at Guerilla Science 2010 - 2013.

She was awarded a Society of London Theatre Stage One apprenticeship bursary in 2008 and worked for over a year for West-End producers ATG, Mark Goucher and Mark Rubinstein Ltd on shows such as Sunset Boulevard, West Side Story and La Clique

She has appeared on panels and given industry lecutres for for The New Diorama, Ideas Tap, Queen Mary's University London, Artists Anonymous, Loose Muse and Agent160 and was an assessor for the Total Theatre Awards 2010. Flavia won "Best Creative" for her work as a producer, publicist and photographer on the 2012 Fringe Report Awards. 

Flavia is a trustee of Interim Spaces.
Read her London Calling interview HERE, her Ideas Tap interview HERE and see her photodiary in Arts Professional HERE