Speak - Listen - Reset - Heal: An anti-racism conference for the UK's theatre and dance sectors

Speak - Listen - Reset - Heal: An anti-racism conference for the UK’s theatre and dance sectors

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  • Published: Thursday 1 October 2020    

An anti-racism conference for the UK’s theatre and dance sectors is taking place in November 2020, presented by Inc Arts UK in partnership with Society of London Theatre (SOLT) & UK Theatre

‘Speak - Listen - Reset - Heal’ will take place on Thursday 29th October, Tuesday 3rd , 10th and 24th November.

Acknowledging systemic and structural racism in the performing arts, the conference aims to effect real changes through authentic, constructive and direct dialogue between senior leaders and the diverse workforce, artists and organisations that interact with them. The organisers want the theatre and dance sectors to reach their fullest potential by enabling honesty and courage - rebuilding now for an equal, inclusive and achievable future.

This initiative has been created and led by Amanda Parker of diversity collective Inc Arts UK, (which champions the creative, contractual and economic rights of the sector’s ethnically diverse workforce) and the actor Kobna Holdbrook-Smith, in partnership with Society of London Theatre/UK Theatre and Tali Pelman (Group Creative Managing Director, Stage Entertainment).

“To make positive progress in the sector, it’s vital that we share what’s really happening, and what’s really happened for the ethnically diverse workforce”, said Inc Arts UK Director Amanda Parker. “This Conference will allow for historic hurts to be acknowledged, lived experiences shared and collectively owned, and for us in the sector to hold ourselves accountable. We have an unprecedented opportunity to do something radical, challenging and wonderful together: to speak our truths, listen, and together create the conditions of change in the sector that will rebuild and reset with inclusion at the core”.

“Nobody in our line of work does anything good completely alone. Everybody, at whatever ‘level’ but especially leaders and deciders, I urge you to attend and engage with this movement towards real inclusion and collaboration. Transparency about mistakes,difficulties and discomforts is the beginning of building our best. Together,” said Kobna Holdbrook-Smith, joint project lead.

In solidarity and support a range of industry bodies have come forward to support this conference as partners. Major Sponsors are SOLT/UK Theatre, Tali Pelman, Ambassador Theatre Group (ATG) and Arts Council Wales,.

In addition, Sponsors of the Conference are Community Leisure UK, Creu Cymru, Federation of Scottish Theatre, One Dance UK and Theatres Trust.

The Conference supporters are Arts Marketing Association (AMA), Independent Theatre Council (ITC) and The Musician’s Union (TheMU). More sponsors and supporters are to be announced in the coming weeks.

“As a sector we have not done enough in the past to facilitate sufficient change. We support this Conference and its approach as it creates a safe and supportive space for these conversations to happen.  Given the extraordinary challenges the sector is facing at present, here is an opportunity for us to unify, strengthen and create a clear path for mutual understanding and future work” said Julian Bird, Society of London Theatre & UK Theatre Chief Executive.

‘Speak - Listen - Reset - Heal’ will create a space where voices, experiences and people will be acknowledged, and those empowered to make changes can really listen. Leaders and workers will be equipped with the knowledge and a mandate to move forward and make changes.

The first session, ‘Speak & Listen’, is only for Black, Asian and ethnically diverse industry workers. This will be a safe space to share honest experiences, and will be facilitated by Amanda Parker (Inc Arts UK). With express permission, some testimonies will be anonymised and shared at the second session, ‘Listen – Reset’ where we will hear about direct experiences of how racism works in the theatre and dance sectors.

The second and third sessions are open to anyone in the sector interested in meaningful changes, and the organisers encourage senior management, decision-makers and board members from all areas of the sector to come with an open mind. Registration is now open for all three sessions. Follow the links below to book: 

These sessions will not be available to view after the event as a recording, so all sector workers are encouraged to attend each event on the dates when they occur, as this will be the only opportunity to participate.

In recognition of the issues being discussed attendees can make a voluntary contribution to Inc Arts Minds, a support fund for the emotional wellbeing of the UK’s ethnically diverse theatre and dance workforce.

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Media Contacts

For all other SOLT and UK Theatre enquiries:

Emma De Souza, Head of Marketing and Communications, Society of London Theatre | UK Theatre: emma@soltukt.co.uk | 07872501995

For enquiries about Inc Arts UK:

Amanda Parker, Director, Inc Arts UK: admin@incarts.uk


Notes to Editors

Organisation descriptions: partners & major sponsors

Inc Arts UK is a national and regional collective that champions the creative, economic and contractual rights of the UK’s Black, Asian and ethnically diverse workforce. We work collaboratively across the cultural and creative sector, creating peer-led solutions to redress the under-representation and lack of diversity within the UK’s arts sector.  We do this through research and advocacy, creating bespoke Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) solutions to arts organisations, and by providing a network of advice, support and fellowship to the diverse arts workforce, across all art forms and seniority, and throughout the UK. 

Inc Arts Minds is part of Inc Arts UK’s commitment to diversifying the arts and cultural sector. Inc Arts UK has set up a support fund in recognition of the impact of the issues discussed on the wellbeing of the UK’s ethnically diverse sector workforce. Anyone wanting to contribute to this fund can find out more here: https://incarts.uk/inc-arts-minds 

Kobna Holdbrook-Smith is a film, TV, stage and voice actor. He is a National Theatre Associate, co-founded the Act For Change Project, a Shakespeare’s Globe Creative Council member, a Young Vic Theatre Board member, and he won an Olivier award in 2019.

Society of London Theatre (SOLT) and UK Theatre are the trade associations and members’ organisations representing the interests of those engaged in the production and presentation of medium to large-scale dramatic and lyric theatre in the UK. Their memberships are drawn from both subsidised and commercial theatre.

The combined box office income of SOLT and UK Theatre’s membership was more than £1.28 billion in 2018 across London and the rest of the UK, with 34 million tickets sold.

SOLT represents approximately 230 London-based producers, theatre owners and managers, including all the major subsidised theatrical organisations in London.

UK Theatre represents approximately 240 theatres, concert halls, dance companies, producers and arts centres throughout the UK. UK Theatre also operates as a professional association, supporting over 1,400 individuals working professionally in theatre and the performing arts in the UK.

Tali Pelman is Group Creative Managing Director for Stage Entertainment, responsible for strategic original content creation globally across the group and producing a new development slate, of which TINA – The Tina Turner Musical was the first title to enter production. Tali joined Stage Entertainment following over a decade of producing in the West End and on Broadway. She is a graduate of Columbia University, was a Kohn Fellow at the London School of Economics, and received her Executive MBA from the London Business School, where she was awarded the Celia Atkin Scholarship. She is a member of the Society of London Theatre.

Ambassador Theatre Group (ATG) is the global leader in live theatre, operating 50 venues across Britain, the US and Germany. We produce shows across the entertainment spectrum and are proud to have won many Olivier and Tony awards. Recent ATG productions in the UK include Jamie Lloyd’s Cyrano de Bergerac, the critically-acclaimed Pinter at the Pinter Season; Tony Kushner’s Caroline Or Change and 9 to 5, the musical scored by Dolly Parton.  To celebrate Sir Ian McKellen’s 80th birthday, we produced his 80-date UK tour in support of British theatre. ATG’s most recent producing credits in the U.S. include Dear Evan Hansen, Pretty Woman: The Musical, Sunday in the Park with George, and Lincoln Center Theater’s The King and I. ATG has a clear strategy to focus on the best quality content and to exceed audience expectation.

The Arts Council of Wales is the country’s official public body for funding and developing the arts. Every day, people across Wales are enjoying and taking part in the arts. We help to support and grow this activity. We do this by using the public funds that are made available to us by the Welsh Government and by distributing the money we receive as a good cause from the National Lottery. By managing and investing these funds in creative activity, the Arts Council contributes to people’s quality of life and to the cultural, social and economic wellbeing of Wales.

Organisation descriptions: sponsors

Community Leisure UK is a members’ association representing registered charities, societies or community interest companies with a public benefit asset lock (Trusts) delivering public arts, culture, leisure and sport services for communities across the UK. Trusts do not distribute profit and instead reinvest every pound generated into the provision of quality culture and leisure services and facilities. Across the CL-UK membership, 58 per cent manage cultural services and facilities, which equates to 1,100 cultural assets (i.e. theatres, town halls, libraries, museums, cinemas etc.).

Creu Cymru is the development agency for theatres and arts centres in Wales. Our members represent virtually all of the nation’s professionally run venues, at a diverse range of scales.Creu Cymru is, first and foremost, a collaborative network; we share information, expertise, research, touring, co-productions and above all, a will to develop programmes and audiences. We work together to support an ever more resilient resource at the heart of communities across Wales.

Federation of Scottish Theatre is Scotland’s membership and development body for professional dance, opera and theatre. FST Membership reaches 230 independent artists, producing companies, venues, education and umbrella bodies across Scotland.

FST brings the sector in Scotland together to speak with a collective voice, to share resources and expertise and to promote collaborative working.

One Dance UK is the sector support organisation leading the way to a stronger, more vibrant and diverse dance sector. We provide one clear voice to: • Support all those working in the sector to achieve excellence in dance performance, education and management • Advocate for the increased profile and importance of dance in all its diverse forms and settings • Enhance dancers’ health, well-being and performance • Identify gaps, provide opportunities and improve conditions for dance to be learnt, discussed and seen

Theatres Trust is the national advisory public body for theatres. We believe that current and future generations should have access to good quality theatre buildings where they can be inspired by, and enjoy, live performance. 

Media coverage information 

Please note that in order for all three sessions to be able to take place within a climate of safety and security, so that all participants can speak freely without fear of their words being mis-represented, there is a media and social media blackout of all the content and discussions taking place within the conference. This is a closed industry event and media representatives may not attend. All participants and attendees are asked to not record, photograph or transcribe any of the discussions taking place, and are asked not to write and post any information on social media, blogs, etc during the event, and to not reference specific content from the conference. Summary information of the sessions and outcomes will be provided to media following the conference.

Conference information

All those involved in delivering the Conference are being paid.

Speak - Listen - Reset - Heal will have BSL interpreters and captioning available. Participants are asked to select the appropriate type of support required at the point of registration and email events@soltukt.co.uk with specific requirements.

The organisers would like to acknowledge and thank the Broadway Advocacy Coalition for their practice and inspiration.

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Date Published: 01 October 2020

 Mae cynhadledd gwrth-hiliaeth ar gyfer sectorau theatr a dawns y DU yn cael ei chynnal ym mis Tachwedd 2020, yn cael ei chyflwyno gan Inc Arts UK mewn partneriaeth â’r Society of London Theatre (SOLT) ac UK Theatre.

Bydd ‘Siarad - Gwrando - Ailosod - Gwella’ yn cael ei chynnal ddydd Iau 29 ain  Hydref, Dydd Mawrth 3ydd  , 10fed  a 24ain  Tachwedd.

Gan gydnabod hiliaeth systemig a strwythurol yn y celfyddydau perfformio, nod y gynhadledd yw creu newidiadau gwirioneddol drwy drafodaeth ddidwyll, adeiladol ac uniongyrchol rhwng uwch-arweinwyr a'r gweithlu, artistiaid, asefydliadau amrywiol. Mae'r trefnwyr am i'r sectorau theatr a dawns gyflawni eu potensial drwy alluogi gonestrwydd a dewrder – gan ailadeiladu ar gyfer dyfodol cyfartal, cynhwysol a chyraeddadwy.

Mae'r fenter hon wedi cael ei chynllunio a’i harwain gan Amanda Parker o’r mudiad amrywiaeth Inc Arts UK (sy'n hyrwyddo hawliau creadigol, cytundebol ac economaidd gweithlu ethnig amrywiol y sector) a'r actor Kobna Holdbrook-Smith, mewn partneriaeth â’r Society of London Theatre/UK Theatre a Tali Pelman (Rheolwr Gyfarwyddwr Creadigol Grŵp Stage Entertainment).

"Er mwyn gwneud cynnydd cadarnhaol yn y sector, mae'n hanfodol ein bod ni’n rhannu'r hyn sydd wir yn digwydd, a'r hyn sydd wedi digwydd igweithlu ethnig amrywiol", meddai Cyfarwyddwr Inc Arts UK, Amanda Parker. "Bydd y Gynhadledd yma’n gyfle i gydnabod i briwiau hanesyddol, a bydd cyfle i rannu profiadau byw a’u cydberchnogi, a chyfle hefyd i ni yn y sector fod yn atebol. Mae gennym ni gyfle digynsail i wneud rhywbeth radical, heriol a gwych gyda'n gilydd: siarad am wirioneddau, gwrando, a chreu amodau ar gyfer newid a fydd yn ailadeiladu ac yn ailosod gan roi lle cwbl ganolog i gynhwysiant".

"Does neb yn ein maes ni’n gwneud unrhyw beth da ar eu pen eu hunain yn llwyr. Galwaf ar bawb, ar ba 'lefel' bynnag, ond yn enwedig arweinwyr a phobl sy’n gwneud penderfyniadau, i fynychu ac ymwneud â'r mudiad yma er mwyn gweithio tuag at gynhwysiant a chydweithredu gwirioneddol. Tryloywder ynghylch camgymeriadau, anawsterau ac anghysur yw dechrau’r daith i adeiladu at fod ar ein gorau. Gyda'n gilydd," meddai Kobna Holdbrook-Smith, cydarweinydd y prosiect.

Mewn undod a thrwy gefnogi, mae amrywiaeth o gyrff y diwydiant wedi camu ymlaen i gefnogi'r gynhadledd hon. Y Prif Noddwyr yw Cyngor Celfyddydau Cymru, SOLT/UK Theatre a Tali Pelman.

Yn ogystal, mae Community Leisure UK, Creu Cymru, Ffederasiwn Theatrau'r Alban, One Dance UK a’r Theatres Trust yn Noddwyr y Gynhadledd.

Cefnogwr y Gynhadledd yw’r Arts Marketing Association (AMA), Independent Theatre Council (ITC) y The Musician’s Union (TheMU). Bydd mwy o noddwyr a phartneriaid yn cael eu cyhoeddi yn ystod yr wythnosau nesaf.

"Fel sector nid ydym wedi gwneud digon i hwyluso newid digonol. Rydyn ni’n cefnogi'r Gynhadledd yma a'i dull gweithredu gan ei bod yn creu lle diogel a chefnogol i'r sgyrsiau hyn ddigwydd.  O ystyried yr heriau eithriadol mae'r sector yn eu hwynebu ar hyn o bryd, dyma gyfle i ni uno, cryfhau a chreu llwybr clir ar gyfer cyd-ddealltwriaeth a gwaith yn y dyfodol" meddai Julian Bird, Prif Weithredwr Society of London Theatre ac UK Theatre.

Bydd 'Siarad – Gwrando - Ailosod - Gwella' yn creu gofod ar gyfer cydnabod lleisiau, profiadau a phobl, a gall y rhai sydd â grym i wneud newidiadau wrando'n astud. Bydd gan arweinwyr a gweithwyr, y wybodaeth a'r mandad i symud ymlaen a gwneud newidiadau.

Dim ond ar gyfer gweithwyr Du, Asiaidd ac ethnig amrywiol y diwydiant mae'r sesiwn cyntaf, sef 'Siarad a Gwrando'. Bydd hwn yn lle diogel i rannu profiadau gonest, a chaiff ei hwyluso gan Amanda Parker (Inc Arts UK). Gyda chaniatâd y cyfranogwyr, bydd rhai profiadau’n cael eu gwneud yn ddienw ac yn cael eu rhannu yn yr ail sesiwn, 'Gwrando – Ailosod', lle byddwn yn clywed am brofiadau uniongyrchol ac am hiliaeth yn yn y sectorau theatr a dawns.

Mae'r ail a'r trydydd sesiwn yn agored i unrhyw un yn y sector sydd â diddordeb mewn newidiadau ystyrlon, ac mae'r trefnwyr yn annog uwch reolwyr, pobl sy’n gwneud penderfyniadau ac aelodau bwrdd o bob rhan o'r sector i fynychu  - gyda meddwl agored. Mae’r cofrestru ar agor ar gyfer pob un o’r tri sesiwn nawr. Dilynwch y dolenni isod i gofrestru ymlaen llaw neu i archebu lle:   

Ni fydd y sesiynau hyn ar gael i'w gweld ar ôl y digwyddiad fel recordiad, felly anogir holl weithwyr y sector i fynychu pob digwyddiad, gan mai hwn fydd yr unig gyfle i gymryd rhan.

I gydnabod y materion sy'n cael eu trafod, gall pawb sy’n bresennol wneud cyfraniad gwirfoddol at Inc Arts Minds, cronfa gymorth ar gyfer lles emosiynol gweithlu theatr a dawns ethnig amrywiol y DU.

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Cysylltiadau’r Cyfryngau

Ar gyfer pob ymholiad arall i SOLT ac UK Theatre:

Emma De Souza, Pennaeth Marchnata a Chyfathrebu, Society of London Theatre | UK Theatre: emma@soltukt.co.uk | 07872501995

Ar gyfer ymholiadau am Inc Arts UK:

Amanda Parker, Cyfarwyddwr, Inc Arts UK: admin@incarts.uk

  

Nodiadau i Olygyddion      

Disgrifiadau’r sefydliadau: partneriaid a phrif noddwyr

Mae Inc Arts UK yn gydweithfa genedlaethol a rhanbarthol sy'n hyrwyddo hawliau creadigol, economaidd a chytundebol gweithlu Du, Asiaidd ac ethnig amrywiol y DU. Rydym yn cydweithio ar draws y sector diwylliannol a chreadigol, gan greu atebion a arweinir gan gymheiriaid i unioni'r dangynrychiolaeth a'r diffyg amrywiaeth yn sector celfyddydau'r DU. Rydym yn gwneud hyn drwy ymchwil ac eiriolaeth, gan greu atebion Cydraddoldeb, Amrywiaeth a Chynhwysiant pwrpasol i sefydliadau celfyddydol, a thrwy ddarparu rhwydwaith o gyngor, cefnogaeth a chymrodoriaeth i weithlu amrywiol y celfyddydau, ar draws pob ffurf ar gelfyddyd a statws, a ledled y DU.

Mae ‘Inc Arts Minds’ yn rhan o ymrwymiad Inc Arts UK i arallgyfeirio’r sector celfyddydau a diwylliannol. Mae Inc Arts UK wedi sefydlu cronfa gymorth i gydnabod effaith y materion a drafodwyd ar lesiant gweithlu sector ethnig amrywiol y DU. Gall unrhyw un sydd eisiau cyfrannu at y gronfa hon gael gwybod mwy yma: https://incarts.uk/inc-arts-minds 

Mae Kobna Holdbrook-Smithyn actor ffilm, teledu, llwyfan a llais. Mae’n Actor Cyswllt gyda’r National Theatre, cydsylfaenodd y Prosiect Act For Change, mae’n aelod o Gyngor Creadigol Shakespeare’s Globe, yn aelod o fwrdd Theatr yr Young Vic, ac enillodd wobr Olivier yn 2019.

Society of London Theatre (SOLT) ac UK Theatre yw'r cymdeithasau masnach a’r sefydliadau aelodau sy'n cynrychioli buddiannau'r rhai sy'n ymwneud â chynhyrchu a chyflwyno theatr ddramatig a geiriol ar raddfa ganolig i fawr yn y DU. Mae eu haelodau’n dod o theatrau sy’n derbyn cymhorthdal a theatrau masnachol.

Roedd incwm swyddfa docynnau cyfun aelodau SOLT ac UK Theatre yn fwy nag £1.28 biliwn yn ystod 2018 ar draws Llundain a gweddill y DU, gyda 34 miliwn o docynnau wedi cael eu gwerthu. Mae SOLT yn cynrychioli tua 230 o gynhyrchwyr, perchnogion theatrau a rheolwyr yn Llundain, gan gynnwys yr holl brif sefydliadau theatrig sy’n cael cymhorthdal yn Llundain.

Mae UK Theatre yn cynrychioli tua 240 o theatrau, neuaddau cyngerdd, cwmnïau dawns, cynhyrchwyr a chanolfannau celfyddydol ledled y DU. Mae UK Theatre hefyd yn gweithredu fel cymdeithas broffesiynol, gan gefnogi mwy na 1,400 o unigolion sy'n gweithio'n broffesiynol yn y theatr ac ym maes y celfyddydau perfformio yn y DU.

Mae Tali Pelman yn Rheolwr Gyfarwyddwr Creadigol Grŵp Stage Entertainment, yn gyfrifol am greu cynnwys gwreiddiol strategol yn fyd-eang ar draws y grŵp a chynhyrchu llechen ddatblygu newydd, a’r sioe gyntaf i gael ei chynhyrchu ganddi oedd TINA – The Tina Turner Musical. Ymunodd Tali â Stage Entertainment ar ôl mwy na degawd yn cynhyrchu yn y West End ac ar Broadway. Graddiodd o Brifysgol Columbia, roedd yn Gymrawd Kohn yn Ysgol Economeg Llundain, a chafodd ei MBA Gweithredol o Ysgol Fusnes Llundain, lle dyfarnwyd Ysgoloriaeth Celia Atkin iddi. Mae hi'n aelod o’r Society of London Theatre.

Yr Ambassador Theatre Group (ATG) yw'r arweinydd byd-eang mewn theatr fyw, gan weithredu 50 o leoliadau ledled Prydain, yr Unol Daleithiau a'r Almaen. Rydym yn cynhyrchu sioeau ar draws y sbectrwm adloniant ac yn falch o fod wedi ennill llawer o wobrau Olivier a Tony. Ymhlith y cynyrchiadau ATG diweddar yn y DU mae Cyrano de Bergerac Jamie Lloyd, y tymor Pinter at the Pinter arobryn; Caroline or Change Tony Kushner a 9 to 5, y sioe gerdd gyda sgôr gan Dolly Parton. I ddathlu pen blwydd Syr Ian McKellen yn 80 oed, cynhyrchwyd ei daith 80 dyddiad yn y DU gennym, i gefnogi byd y theatr ym Mhrydain. Mae cynyrchiadau mwyaf llwyddiannus ATG yn yr Unol Daleithiau yn ddiweddar yn cynnwys Dear Evan Hansen, Pretty Woman: The Musical, Sunday in the Park with George, a The King and I yn y Lincoln Center Theater. Mae gan ATG strategaeth glir i ganolbwyntio ar y cynnwys o'r ansawdd gorau ac i ragori ar ddisgwyliadau’r gynulleidfa. 

Cyngor Celfyddydau Cymru yw corff ariannu swyddogol y wlad ar gyfer ariannu a datblygu’r celfyddydau. Bob dydd, mae pobl ledled Cymru’n mwynhau a chymryd rhan yn y celfyddydau: rydym ni’n helpu i gefnogi a thyfu’r gweithgaredd hwn. Gwnawn hynny drwy ddefnyddio arian cyhoeddus sydd ar gael i ni gan Lywodraeth Cymru a thrwy ddosbarthu’r arian a dderbyniwn fel achos da gan y Loteri Genedlaethol. Drwy reoli a buddsoddi’r arian hwn mewn gweithgareddau creadigol, mae Cyngor y Celfyddydau’n cyfrannu at ansawdd bywyd pobl ac at lesiant diwylliannol, cymdeithasol ac economaidd Cymru.

Disgrifiadau’r sefydliadau: noddwyr    

Mae Community Leisure UK yn gymdeithas aelodau sy’n cynrychioli elusennau cofrestredig, cymdeithasau neu gwmnïau budd cymunedol sydd ag asedau budd cyhoeddus (Ymddiriedolaethau) sy'n darparu gwasanaethau celfyddydol, diwylliant, hamdden a chwaraeon cyhoeddus i gymunedau ledled y DU. Nid yw ymddiriedolaethau'n dosbarthu elw ac, yn hytrach, maent yn ailfuddsoddi pob punt a gynhyrchir mewn darparu gwasanaethau a chyfleusterau diwylliant a hamdden o safon uchel. Ar draws aelodaeth CL-UK, mae 58 y cant yn rheoli gwasanaethau a chyfleusterau diwylliannol, sy'n cyfateb i 1,100 o asedau diwylliannol (h.y. theatrau, neuaddau tref, llyfrgelloedd, amgueddfeydd, sinemâu ac ati).

Creu Cymru yw'r asiantaeth ddatblygu ar gyfer theatrau a chanolfannau celfyddydol yng Nghymru. Mae ein haelodau'n cynrychioli bron pob un o leoliadau’r genedl sy’n cael eu gweithredu’n broffesiynol, ar amrywiaeth eang o raddfeydd. Rhwydwaith cydweithredol yw Creu Cymru yn bennaf oll; rydym yn rhannu gwybodaeth, arbenigedd, ymchwil, teithiau, cydgynyrchiadau ac, yn anad dim, ewyllys i ddatblygu rhaglenni a chynulleidfaoedd. Rydym yn cydweithio i gefnogi adnodd cadarnach fyth yng nghalon y cymunedau ledled Cymru.

Y Federation of Scottish Theatre yw corff aelodaeth a datblygu’r Alban ar gyfer dawns, opera a theatr broffesiynol. Mae gan yr FST aelodaeth o 230 o artistiaid annibynnol, cwmnïau cynhyrchu, lleoliadau a chyrff addysg ac ymbarél ledled yr Alban.

Mae’r FST yn dod â’r sector yn yr Alban at ei gilydd i siarad gydag un llais, rhannu adnoddau ac arbenigedd a hybu cydweithredu.                           

One Dance UK yw’r sefydliad cefnogi’r sector sy’n arwain y ffordd at sector dawns cryfach, bywiocach a mwy amrywiol. Rydym yn darparu un llais clir ar gyfer: • Cefnogi pawb sy’n gweithio yn y sector i gyflawni rhagoriaeth mewn perfformiadau dawns, addysg a rheolaeth • Eiriol dros broffil cynyddol a phwysigrwydd dawns yn ei holl amrywiol ffurfiau a lleoliadau • Gwella iechyd, llesiant a pherfformiad dawnswyr • Canfod bylchau, darparu cyfleoedd a gwella amodau ar gyfer dysgu, trafod a gweld dawns                  

Y Theatres Trust yw'r corff cyhoeddus ymgynghorol cenedlaethol ar gyfer theatrau. Rydym yn credu y dylai cenedlaethau'r presennol a'r dyfodol gael mynediad i adeiladau theatr o ansawdd da lle gallant gael eu hysbrydoli gan berfformiadau byw a'u mwynhau.         

Gwybodaeth am sylw’r cyfryngau    

Er mwyn i bob un o'r tri sesiwn allu cael eu cynnal mewn awyrgylch diogel, fel bod pawb sy'n cymryd rhan yn gallu siarad yn rhydd heb ofni bod eu geiriau'n cael eu camddehongli, ni chaniateir rhoi unrhyw elfen o’r cynnwys a’r trafodaethau yn y gynhadledd ar y cyfryngau nac ar gyfryngau cymdeithasol. Digwyddiad caeedig i’r diwydiant yw hwn ac ni chaiff cynrychiolwyr y cyfryngau fod yn bresennol. Gofynnir i'r holl gyfranogwyr a'r cynadleddwyr beidio â recordio, tynnu llun na thrawsgrifio unrhyw rai o'r trafodaethau, a gofynnir iddynt beidio ag ysgrifennu a rhoi unrhyw wybodaeth argyfryngau cymdeithasol, mewn blogiau ac ati yn ystod y digwyddiad, ac ni ddylent chwaith gyfeirio at gynnwys penodol o'r gynhadledd. Bydd gwybodaeth gryno am y sesiynau a'r canlyniadau’n cael ei rhoi i'rcyfryngau yn dilyn y gynhadledd. 

Gwybodaeth am y gynhadledd

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