Art is inspiration. People need to be more open to paying to watch theatrical stage plays.
Roberta Doyle is a graduate in Business Administration and has held senior management roles in marketing, communications, education and fundraising within Scotland’s largest cultural organisations. She is currently Director of External Affairs with the National Theatre of Scotland, having previously held the same role for Scottish Opera and the post of Director of Public Affairs with the National Galleries of Scotland. Roberta has also worked in the dance and drama sectors as Director of Marketing with Scottish Ballet, Marketing and Press Manager with the Citizens' Theatre in Glasgow and with Glasgow City Council’s Department of Performing Arts and Venues, as Head of Marketing and Press, in the run-up to Glasgow’s reign as European City of Culture 1990. She is a Governor of Glasgow School of Art and a former Vice-Chair of the Tron Theatre. Roberta was also a member of the Scottish Arts Council’s Implementation Steering Group.
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