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UK Theatre Blog

This blog is a space for influential voices from the theatre sector to comment on topical issues, explore new ideas, highlight success stories, share expertise and more. 
  • Debunking Audience Loyalty: what does your data tell you? TRG Arts Logo.jpgDebunking Audience Loyalty: what does your data tell you? By Lindsay Anderson, VP of Client Development, TRG Arts 10 June 2019
  • Pastoral Care: A Change for the Better (Michael Simkins - An Actor's View) Michael SimkinsMichael Simkins explores how the approach to pastoral care in the theatre industry has changed over the years and what support networks are out there, 23 May 2019
  • Touring Welfare: The Secret Revolution Theatre Digs BookerTouring Welfare: The Secret Revolution by Phil Barley, Theatre Digs Booker Founder and UK Theatre Partner Member. 16 May 2019
  • Understanding Your Creative Impact Julie's Bicycle Awards 2018 Julie's Bicycle believe in the creative community. In particular, its unique ability to catalyse the conversation around climate change and translate it into action. 03 May 2019
  • A customer focussed accessibility ethos: Oldham Coliseum Oldham Coliseum TheatreOldham Coliseum was recently named one of the most accessible theatres in the UK in an article by Age UK, but with a theatre building that was built in 1887 that accolade is not down to the bricks and mortar. 30 April 2019
  • International perspectives on resilience with Yesplan Musikhuset Aarhus, Denmark - at nightAs an International supplier of cultural venue and event planning software systems, Yesplan's team around the globe share their observations on various approaches to better use of resources and general resilience. 05 April 2019
  • Big things happen in unlikely spaces: the dynamism of township theatre in the UK touring scene Anna Coombs.jpgBy Anna Coombs, Artistic Director and Chief Executive, Tangle 21 March 2019
  • How to Crowdfund Your Show Joana Nastari’s F-ck You Pay Me. Photo by Tyrone Barton-Robie.jpgKickstarter's new initiative, Performance: In Progress, helps theatre makers build momentum for shows in the Autumn 2019 season and make the most of crowd funding possibilities. Jessica Massart, Senior Performance Lead, Kickstarter explains how it works. 18 March 2019
  • Widening The Talent Pipeline Across The UK CCSkills_0994_©Briony_Campbell.jpgby Simon Dancey, CEO of Creative & Cultural Skills. The evidence shows that the UK's cultural sector is overwhelmingly white and middle class... if we continue to reinforce this picture and to exclude a large section or our community, as well as its values and potential, it will cost us and put the future of our industry at risk. 13 March 2019
  • Diversifying Theatre Leadership in Yorkshire ADF participants meeting Director Amy Leach in rehearsals for Hamlet. Photography by David Lindsay.jpgRobin Hawkes, Executive Director and Joint CEO of Leeds Playhouse, tells us why they are taking part in ADF's Board Shadowing programme. Dedicated to creating change where it matters the most - at leadership level. 06 March 2019
  • The Marketing Wiggly Woo The Marketing Wiggly Woo Blog ImageDawn Farrow, Founder and CEO of Boom explains the 'Wiggly Woo' campaign planning approach and to implement it. "Marketing is certainly not about a single poster design which you'll get to plaster on Out of Home sites with no requirement to report on ROI..." 01 March 2019
  • Meet the Board: Claire Murray Claire Murray. Photo by Maisie BurnClaire Murray is Communications and Fundraising Director at Sheffield Theatres and sits on UK Theatre's Board. 25 February 2019
  • Bridge the Gap: giving aspiring producers from under-represented backgrounds opportunities in commercial theatre Siobhan Walsh HeadshotStage One helps emerging theatre producers get firmly on the first rung of their careers by providing the skillset needed to make them ready for commercial theatre. Bridge the Gap is Stage One's new initiative that has been developed in order to specifically cater to those that they have identified as under-represented in Commercial Theatre. 11 February 2019
  • Inspiring the Audiences and Workforce of the Future Harriet UsherHarriet Usher, Senior Audience Development Manager, gives us the lowdown on Inspiring the Future of Theatre. What is it, why does it exist and how can you get involved? 04 February 2019
  • Career Ladder: Matthew Hale, Head of Visitor Experience (Southbank Centre) Matt Hale HeadshotMatthew Hale, Head of Visitor Experience at Southbank Centre, talks to us about his career. 16 January 2019
  • Creating Connections: Inspiring the Future of Theatre Michael SimkinsMichael Simkins gives us his take on some of the current campaigns aimed at inspiring the next generation of potential theatre makers. "Not everyone will want to go into showbiz, but by involving young people with live theatre we can nourish and enhance their personal confidence, imagination and self-worth, whatever their ultimate hopes or aspirations." 08 January 2019
  • Circus250 - The Year of Circus... #50DaysToGo Dea Birkett - Ringmaster - The Homecoming - Newcastle-under-LymeDea Birkett, Ringmaster of Circus250, gives us her round up of this extraordinary celebratory year of Circus. 03 December 2018
  • Focus on Freelancers Emma Beverley. Photo by Ndrika AnyikaIn 2019 freelancers will be close to forming 50% of the theatre workforce in the UK. "Whilst the myth may be that freelancing enables you to create your own working model, the fact is we are operating in a sector that has impenetrable structures and models that have been set by institutions." Read more from Emma Beverley, Independent Producer. 30 November 2018
  • I've started taking the bus, to keep up with Brexit Hannah GagenI've started taking the bus, to keep up with Brexit by Hannah Gagen, Advocacy Manager for UK Theatre and SOLT 07 November 2018
  • Meet the Board: Michèle Taylor Michele TaylorMeet the Board: Michèle Taylor 19 October 2018
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