Tuesday 20 November 2018, 2pm – 5pm
Brighton Dome, Brighton
What is Pitch Up?
Pitch Up is a half day event hosted by Farnham Maltings as part of the house initiative. It’s made up of 5 minute artist pitches and 1 minute venue pitches aimed at sharing new ideas and encouraging the connections to make them happen. Pitches come from theatre makers, producers and venues in a spirit of openness and collaboration, ensuring it’s a valuable event whether you’re pitching or not.
So if you’re an artist, producer or venue involved in making theatre, and you’re looking for partners for a new project, Pitch Up is for you!
Everyone wishing to attend Pitch Up must sign up to the event via Eventbrite. We’d be delighted to have you there – pitching or not!
Please note that these events have a limited capacity and we ask for a maximum of two people per company/organisation to attend. If tickets are unavailable then please sign up to the waiting list and if a ticket becomes available then you will be sent an email.
How to apply to pitch
If you wish to have a pitching slot at the event you must apply via application by 12 noon, Friday 19 October 2018. To find out more please visit the house website here and download an application form. You must complete the form and send to Laura Woodward.
If not successful in securing a pitching slot we would still highly recommend attendance for networking and relationship building purposes
If you have any questions about the application process please contact Laura.
What does the day look like?
The day includes time to hear pitches and time to meet new people and connect through informal conversations.
Rough structure of the day*:
- 14:00 – arrivals and refreshments
- 14:15 – welcomes and pitching session one
- 14:50 – Elevator pitches
- 15:00 – break for refreshments and conversations
- 15:45 – pitching session two
- 16:20 – Elevator pitches
- 16:30 – closing comments before conversations over a drink
*This could be subject to change
Venue and accessibility
This Pitch Up will be hosted at Brighton Dome in their Founders Room which is located in their Café-bar. To find out how to get there please click here
The space is accessible including:
- Disabled access facilities for wheelchair users
- Acessible toilets
- An ‘assistance dogs welcome’ policy
- An induction loop
- Lift available
For further information on accessibility at Brighton Dome please click here
If you have any additional access requirements, including if you require a Personal Assistant or carer ticket, or BSL interpreter, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org when booking.
As a venue network, we are keen to engage as many venues as possible in our opportunity to train artists, yet many are listed or old buildings. If you’d like to get in touch regarding this, we’d be happy to discuss how we can make our offers more accessible.
If you have any questions about Pitch Up, including any accessibility requirements you might have, please do not hesitate to get in touch with Laura from the Farnham Maltings / house team.