Join Rachel Tackley and Vicky Graham, in conversation with Cassie Chadderton to find out more about how the Producing, Presenting & Touring Handbook can help you build stronger relationships to support your touring ambitions and help improve the long-term health of touring in the UK.
The touring of theatre and performing arts across the UK is essential for audiences, and for our industry. Between November 2018 and May 2019, Rachel and Vicky worked with us to bring together Presenting and Producing contributors from across the theatre and performing arts sector. UK Theatre and SOLT published the Producing, Presenting & Touring Handbook as a result of these conversations and launched it at the Theatre & Touring Symposium earlier this year.
This webinar is suitable for
- Venues who produce, co-producer, present and/or receive touring productions
- Producers and Producing Companies of touring productions
- Anyone interested in supporting the long term health of UK touring
At the end of this webinar you will:
- Understand the purpose and content of the Handbook
- Understand how you can practically use the resources and guidance in Handbook to support touring in the UK
The webinar will be delivered by Vicky Graham and Rachel Tackley, and chaired by Cassie Chadderton.
To get the most out of the webinar, we suggest downloading the Handbook and familiarising yourself with its contents in advance.
To ensure that you and other participants get the most out of this session, we are collecting questions in advance. Please submit your questions via this link by Thursday 19 September. Due to time constraints questions submitted in advance will be prioritised.
This webinar is free and open to both members and non-members, however, members will be given priority should the webinar become fully booked.
What to expect from a Webinar
If you haven't joined a webinar before, here's a step by step guide of how it all works, including how you can ask questions to the panel and how to test that your speakers are working. A few essentials below:
- You will be in front of your own PC.
- You will wear headphones or have your speakers turned on. Please test these in good time before the Webinar starts whilst logged into Zoom.
- You will see slides and hear the panel, but not see them.
- Therefore, if you want to ask a question you type it in.