An international touring guide written by Gary Hills for the caravan showcase (www.caravanshowcase.org.uk)
Resources - Companies
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This is an example of a detailed marketing pack, which would be sent to venues on completion of booking a tour.
This is an example of a high-quality marketing pack, which should be sent to venues on completion of booking a tour.
A host of opportunities and unique strands of support for theatre companies, that aren’t on offer anywhere else in the UK.
The notes in this document summarise some of the topics and discussions that took place at the NSDF/house ‘Edinburgh 2013: Start Planning Now’ IdeasTap Spa session with Michael Brazier [NSDF] and Mark Makin [house] on 10 October 2012.
Most companies use music in their shows. “Interpolated” music is defined as music which is performed by or intended to be audible to a character in the theatrical production. Here's the application form from PPL PRS.
Most companies use music in their shows. “Incidental” music is defined as music heard by the theatre audience as an accompaniment to the play, but which is not performed by, or intended to be audible to, any of the characters in the play. Here's the required form from PPL PRS.
Guidelines to producing and managing a tour - a simple checklist written by house's Mark Makin.
Oxford Playhouse send this form to visiting companies to obtain production details, including information relating to any wraparound activities, merchandise, restrictions, and education work.
A sample contract for hiring artists, based on the template used by makin projects [www.makinprojects.co.uk].
A general outline of the standard deal arrangements for touring theatre productions in the UK.
A sample risk assessment to accompany a touring technical specification, to assess and reduce any potential risks.
An example of a technical rider, used for a touring performance.
An example of a basic contract between a company and a venue.