Jack is a campaigner, director and producer, and the founding Director of the Public Campaign for the Arts.
Jack is also Associate Director of the Arcola Theatre in London, where he has helped produce more than a hundred shows.
Previously Jack was a workshop facilitator, working with young people in schools and universities across the UK and internationally, and with organisations including the Young Vic, ESU and UCL.
Nicholas is a director, musician and campaigner and is a co-founder of the Public Campaign for the Arts. He works closely with the PCA Director, researching campaign opportunities, planning actions and planning our digital strategy.
Nicholas is also artistic director of No Stone Theatre, and an award winning freelance director who has worked with artists and companies across the UK and internationally with the British Council.
Previously Nicholas was an organiser at 38 Degrees, and a resident director at the Birmingham REP. He loves live performance, visual art and talking about sport and politics.
We will soon be recruiting new people to the Public Campaign for the Arts staff team. Please check back here for updates.
The PCA Board is comprised of unpaid volunteers who govern the organisation on behalf of our supporters. The day-to-day management of the PCA is delegated by the Board to the PCA Director and carried out by our Staff Team.
With special thanks to our founding volunteer campaigners, including: Jamie Armitage, Neil Bartlett, Graham Benson, Gemma Dunne, Jeannie Farr, Jack Gamble, Karen Harrison, Simon Jenner, Tricia Kelly, Sue Kirkman, Catherine Kodicek, Mei Mac, Nicholas Pitt, Lesley Saltman, Estelle van Warmelo, Leo Wan, Kate Waters, Louie Whitemore.