house: Discussion

Starting a conversation

Starting a conversation

New Year, new start. A hackneyed expression, but for the house blog it happens to be true. Our resolution for 2014 is to expand and improve this online …More »

2013 at house

2013 at house

In this, our final blog for 2013, Katie and Sarah look back on the year’s activities at house. The start of 2013 was when we seemed to really …More »

I’ll show you mine

I’ll show you mine

A couple of weeks ago, artist Bryony Kimmings issued a challenge. After writing a long, angry and extraordinarily honest blog post about artists and money, she concluded with …More »

Sparking discussion

Sparking discussion

For me, one of the most exciting things about theatre – whether or not I personally like a particular show – is its ability to spark discussion. But …More »

Building Audiences

Building Audiences

On her Guardian blog over the weekend, Lyn Gardner asked ‘Should theatre fund audiences and not just artists?’ Of course, the two are not mutually exclusive, and Lyn …More »

What can we do about touring? Fuel Report

What can we do about touring? Fuel Report

The landscape for touring theatre in the UK is increasingly challenging, for artists, producers and venues alike. This report, commissioned by theatre producers Fuel, explores what might be …More »

house – one year on

house – one year on

Steering group member Gavin Stride (Farnham Maltings) wrote on his own blog about his thoughts following house’s first year. …More »

Sensory performance and accessibility

Sensory performance and accessibility

Frozen Light creates multi-sensory theatre for people with Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities (PMLD) The Company was developed out of a collaboration between Lucy Garland’s company Seeing Beyond …More »

Engaging with schools

Engaging with schools

Emma Parlow, Marketing Manager of Hertford Theatre talks about how the venue initiated engagement with schools… …More »

Marketing in the arts

Marketing in the arts

Sometimes arts marketing can feel very repetitive. Caz Slota, Marketing Manager at Norwich Playhouse, blogs for us. …More »