Having been preoccupied with supporting theatre companies to make and tour shows regionally for well over a decade, the lack of diversity has been a constant point of …More »
A blog post on national organisations asking to work in the regions from Annabel Turpin, Chief Executive, ARC Stockton
When going to see shows, I’d often pick up flyers in the foyer with numerous tour dates on the back and I remember thinking “how is this done” …More »
Yesterday we hosted our fifth house chat on twitter, on the topic of ‘How can artists and venues become more green?’ and this is how it went!
Make sure to join us @housetheatre for the next conversation on Wednesday 24 August 1-2pm, we’ll be talking about Edinburgh Fringe, don’t forget to use the hashtag #housechat!
Embarking on your first UK tour is a scary thing; it’s great yet terrifying at the same time as all the best things are. As a company we’d …More »
Our latest blog is from Katy Snelling, Programmer of Oxford Playhouse and Burton Taylor Studio, who offers some useful advice to venues planning their own outdoor events this summer. …More »
There’s no denying that NT Live is a huge success story. Since 2009 3.5 million people have watched an NT Live showing in more than 1,100 venues around …More »
Over the last few months, with six shows on tour to a range of venues across the south east, we have been seeing a growing trend of late …More »
The future is digital, as the title of the latest house venue network meeting has it, whether we like it or not. The aim of the day, then, …More »
Making the best use of existing resources is austerity-era’s modus operandi but it can look like a damaging race to the bottom if we don’t embrace new approaches. …More »
Following her weekend at Devoted and Disgruntled, house’s Marketing and Engagement Coordinator, Sarah Wilson, shares her report from the session ‘what does a great regional venue look like?’ …More »
Collaboration is at the heart of what greenhouse, house’s sister project, is all about. Running over three years, the initiative was set up to nurture relationships between contemporary …More »
I very rarely buy a programme when I attend a theatre show. Especially not when it’s clear you’re paying £3.00 for 10 pages of advertisements, black and white …More »