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Intergalactic producer required

The Intergalactic Caravan is an older persons clowning project, funded by The Newbury Corn Exchange Theatre, 101 Outdoor Arts Creation Space and the Arts Council, England.Working with a group of over…Continue

Started by Kristoffer Huball Aug 18, 2017.

Producer WANTED! Winner of two prizes: a musical project"Red Dragon and Soil Traveller" from Japan

Hello! I am Yasuro Ito in Tokyo,Japan. I am a theatre director and writer of…Continue

Tags: international, japan, musical, reddragon, producer

Started by Yasuro Ito Oct 27, 2016.

WNO Ticket offer for young people

Hi friends! For the past few months I've been working with WNO on an innovative modern opera all about student activism. This is the biggest project I've ever worked on, and I highly recommend…Continue

Tags: ticket offer, young people, Opera

Started by Emrys Barnes Jul 13, 2016.

Space 101

For anyone interested in large scale outdoor theatre... Space 101 opened last night following an amazing Devoted and Disgruntled from Improbable on the state of outdoor arts. 101 is a 10,000 sq ft…Continue

Started by Kristoffer Huball Oct 24, 2014.

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Comment by Laura H Drane on March 27, 2018 at 15:49
April's co-working for #producersplacecdf is hosted by none other than NTW! Wed 4 April, drop in or stay all day; all welcome. Also doing veggie bring-and-share lunch at 1pm if that appeals. See you there? Would be good to see some new/ old faces.
Comment by Laura H Drane on March 5, 2018 at 15:14

Heads up - #producersplacecdf co-working this month is hosted by @indycube St Mary's St. Wed 7 Mar, 9-5/ drop in or stay all day. All welcome.

Comment by Laura H Drane on February 2, 2018 at 9:29

co-working is back with some changes for 2018...

But for now, we'll be doing one more month CHAPTER cafe - Wed 7 Feb from 9.30. Drop in or stay all day, all welcome.

Comment by Laura H Drane on January 10, 2018 at 12:47

FYI in case anyone not seen and interested:

Comment by Simon Coates on December 13, 2017 at 14:22

We are looking for two Emerging Producers to join us in on our plans with Creative Development.

More info:

DEADLINE: 12 Jan 18

Comment by Simon Coates on November 24, 2017 at 11:48

ACW has commissioned a report from Theatre Bristol into the producing ecology in Wales.

They are inviting feedback by 5th Jan.

You can download the report and respond here:

Comment by Bethan Morgan on November 14, 2017 at 16:17

Mercury Theatre Wales have entered our domestic abuse project 35TIMES into the Aviva Community Fund. Please click the link and vote for us. Voting closes this weekend. Thank you.

Comment by Terry Victor on October 31, 2017 at 13:53

Notional Theatre is just starting work on a theatre project for late summer/early autumn next year. We are interested in bringing a creative co-producer onboard before things take too much shape. Please email if you'd like to find out more.

Comment by Kym Bartlett on June 5, 2017 at 15:11

Grants Available for Actor Parents and their Children 

- support available for the children of actors from birth to graduation

The Actors' Children's Trust ( is in the fortunate position of being able to increase its grants and support a lot more people. We fund actor-parents, where acting has been the main part of your professional career.  Whilst most charities only give grants when you are unable to work, ACT knows that this isn't enough.

A depressing number of actors are forced to quit the profession when they become parents, simply because life becomes impossible. Earnings are too low and too unpredictable to organise and fund regular childcare. 'Free hours' barely exist for actors' unsocial work time. Schedules get changed at the last minute, meaning sudden needs for extra childcare.  ACT is delighted that our childcare grants are helping actor-parents stay in the profession they love.  Some parents welcome a monthly payment (e.g. £100 to £400), while others find a lump sum best at the start of a new job such as a tour.

Applications are processed within a month (or a few days in the case of crisis funding), and support can be one-off or continue for some years. Please help us spread the word about this resource for actor families by telling other actors. Also follows us on Twitter @ActorsChildren

ACT can help you with the following costs:

  • CHILDCARE – top-up grants can help actor-parents attend auditions, take jobs and hopefully stay in the profession.  
  • SCHOOL COSTS – activities including music, sport, drama and dance lessons; uniform and kit, transport, lunches and trips.
  • CRISIS – almost every actor-parent faces times of crisis.  ACT is here for you and aims to give quick, useful, confidential support.
  • SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL / MEDICAL NEEDS – ACT aims not to duplicate state provision but, sometimes, when the statutory services are overwhelmed or unwilling, we are pleased to fund urgent assessments and help families achieve appropriate provision through an Education, Health and Care Plan.
  • STUDENT GRANTS – ACT helps in many other ways, including university, college and apprenticeship grants at 18+.  

ACT does not pay for private education or private tutors.


Please do get in touch:   020 7636 7868    

We first check eligibility (usually just by looking at your CV if you are on Spotlight) and we usually fund people whose household income is under £40,000.

Comment by Emma MacNab on February 13, 2017 at 16:17

If anyone is based near Cardigan, then have a look at the TEAM Workout and Skill Swap event happening on 4th May at the Small World Theatre. More info here


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