SOLT and UK Theatre have been successful in an application for the Government's Brexit Business Readiness Grant. We are using this grant to help the theatre sector prepare for a possible No-Deal Brexit scenario.
Book a place at one of the remaining sessions here.
On this page we have collated the presentation slides from the speakers as well as other useful information and links.
Movement of People - Correct as of 16.10.19
Delivered by freight expert company Sound Moves, this presentation covers Movement of Product topics such as Carnets, Licenses and CITES, EORI numbers, Transitional Simplified Procedures (TSP), the Customs Procedure Code (CPC), VAT (specifically in relation to the movement of product), Commercial Invoices, and the Common Transit Convention (CTC).
Movement of Product - Correct as of 16.10.19
IP and Data was covered by different firms and speakers in the various regions. Please see below links to the presentation slides that were used across the series of sessions. Subjects covered include Intellectual Property, Copyright, Trade Marks, GDPR and Data Protection.
IP & Data - 30.09.19 - Delivered by Colin Bell and Will Eggleston from Brabners (www.brabners.com)
IP - 02.10.19 - Delivered by Colin Sawdy from Sheridans (www.sheridans.co.uk)
Data - 09.10.19 - Delivered by Antonia Gold from Sheridans (www.sheridans.co.uk)
IP & Data - 16.10.19 - Delivered by Muneeb Gill from Dentons (www.dentons.com/en)
For more information on data protection and Brexit, please visit the ICO website.
More detailed information about data protection in the case of a no deal Brexit, please see this page on the ICO website, and for small businesses there is some additional information found here.
When planning tours, this calculator works out the travel days remaining under a Schengen short-stay visa, either in terms of checking the maximum length of stay which would be allowed on a particular day in the future, or to calculate the length of previous and/or on-going stays to get an answer on compliance with the 90 days / 180 day rule.
UK Theatre "Exiting the EU" Survey
UK Theatre has been repeating an "Exiting the EU" survey every 6 months since October 2017 with organisations in the theatre industry. The overview of results can be seen below:
UK Theatre & SOLT's Exiting the EU survey results (Surveys 1, 2 and 3 combined). Survey 4.
Please see below a variety of information sources from the government website. The first link to the "Get Ready for Brexit" homepage is a good place to start.
Providing services and travelling for business to the EU, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein: country guides (Updated October 15)
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