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Malú Ansaldo

Malú Ansaldo is an international arts leader, programmer and producer. She worked as Interim Programming Director at Battersea Arts Centre and Head of Performing arts at London’s iconic Roundhouse.

She has worked as a freelance Creative Producer at Secret Cinema, whilst consulting on development and international projects. She is a founding member of the Murmuration: a women led producing collective working in the cultural sector. Malú focuses on artistic programming as well as developing international relationships with a strong anchor on diversity, inclusion and amplification of under represented voices and stories, on and off stage. She has been a board member of Counterpoints Arts since 2019.

Her major projects have been for Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre: Globe to Globe Hamlet world tour (2014 – 2016) and the world famous Globe to Globe Festival in 2012, part of the Cultural Olympiad. Through these projects Malú has developed an impressive network of contacts all around the world, and has worked with a huge variety of stakeholders, from National Theatres, Cultural centres, Schools and Universities, to Embassies, NGOs, governments, UN and UNHCR agencies and individuals in order to take shows to each and every single country in the world.

She has also worked as Executive Producer at National Theatre Wales; developing site specific productions with different communities across Wales; and at Cirque du Soleil managing one of their big top tours in 2017. She has produced a series of international festivals in the UK and in Latin America (such as the Norfolk and Norwich festivals, GDIF and FIBA). She also advises and helps programme several organisations, festivals and individual artists across all continents. She has become a bridge for many companies and organisations that otherwise would not be able to engage and collaborate. Previously a theatre writer and performer, Malú also enjoys writing and working as a dramaturg on specific projects, working on several languages at the same time for multinational projects.