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Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Theatre Artists Fund, Industry Updates and Wellbeing Programme 

The Theatre Artists Fund has been set up to provide emergency support for theatre workers and freelancers across the UK. It is for theatre professionals who are in need of urgent and critical financial support due to the devastating impact of Covid-19 on the theatre sector.

The Fund has been made possible from a generous donation from Netflix.

Our ambition for the fund is to provide short-term relief for hundreds of theatre workers and freelancers across the UK, and particularly those from underrepresented groups disproportionately affected by the crisis. Please visit the Theatre Artists Fund webpage to apply or donate today.

UK Theatre Members can access Member updates and further guidance in the UK Theatre Members Resources area - please login to view the pages.

Please visit our DCMS Entertainment and Events Working Group page for updates on our advocacy and the Government Guidance Library with links to all the government schemes and advice for the different parts of the theatre sector.

The Covid-19 crisis has created an unprecedented challenge and many of us are worried about the impact it is having on people's wellbeing and mental health. We have created a new Wellbeing page to provide our members with tools and resources to support themselves and their colleagues and employees.

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UK Theatre talks to local and national Government to make sure that the sector’s voice is heard and to evidence the value that theatre brings to society and the economy. We keep you involved and updated on responses to recent consultations and key industry issues, and support campaigns such as: Inspiring the Future of Theatre; Hearts For the Arts; Parents in Performing Arts; What Next? and the Family Arts Campaign.   

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Please be aware that following government advice on Coronavirus containment, all UK Theatre training courses and conferences throughout April, May and June have been cancelled.

UK Theatre and SOLT's headline conference, the Theatre and Touring Symposium, which was due to take place on Monday 15 June 2020 has been postponed until Monday 28 June 2021. The event will be appropriately re-purposed in 2021 to enable the industry to respond to and discuss the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic, as well as focusing on ongoing business recovery. 

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