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From 2014-18, with the support of Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, house  have invested in projects that encourage new relationships between theatre makers, audiences and venues in the house network. The aim of the project was to enable theatre makers to c...

Add Pitch - Thank You

Thank you for submitting your pitch. We will check your submission within the next 48 hours and then post it on our pitches page. To see all the other pitches please visit the pitches page .

Doing Nothing Is Not An Option – a house and TippingPoint commission

One species, ours, has by itself in the course of a couple of generations managed to powerfully raise the temperature of an entire planet, to knock its most basic systems out of kilter. But oddly, though we know about it, we don’t know about it. It h...

greenhouse projects

There are currently over 40 projects being seed-funded by house across the network and we've plotted them on the map below. Click on the pointers to find out which projects each venue is hosting.

House Seed Funding

Our next seed funding round is now open. These are awards of £3000-£8000 to support theatre makers and venues in the house network to explore new ways of creating theatre together, in partnership with potential audiences. We are looking for ideas in ...

Pitch Up March 2017

This event is fully booked. Visit our Eventbrite site to join the waiting list . Ovalhouse, London, Thursday 2 March, 1.30-6.00pm If you’re an artist, producer or venue involved in making theatre, and you’re looking for partners on a project, Pit...

Pitch Up

house are pleased to announce the next Pitch Up – a welcoming gathering of theatre makers, producers and venue programmers – will be hosted by Cambridge Junction   on Tuesday 19 June 2018, 2.00 - 5.00pm. How to attend Pitch Up as a guest Everyone attend...

Pitch Up at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, August 2017

Overview Pitch Up - our welcoming gathering of theatre makers, producers and venue programmers - will take place at CanadaHub @ King's Hall (Venue 73)  on Tuesday 22 August 2017, 10.00am-12.00pm as part of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. What is ...

Pitch Up May 2015

Roundabout, Brighton Festival, 8 May 2015     This Pitch Up  featured eleven pitches selected from those submitted (and still viewable) on the greenhouse pitches page . You can follow the links to them here or or download the Pitch Up broch...

Pitch Up May 2016

The Garage, Norfolk & Norwich Festival, May 2016 This Pitch Up  featured fifteen pitches selected from those submitted on the greenhouse pitches page . You can follow the links to them here or or download the Pitch Up brochure . Martin Figura:...

Pitch Up November 2014

Shoreditch Town Hall, 20 November 2014 This first Pitch Up  featured sixteen pitches selected from over a hundred submitted on the greenhouse pitches page . You can follow the links to them here or download the Pitch Up brochure . You...

Pitch Up November 2016

Gulbenkian, Canterbury Festival, November 2016 This Pitch Up  featured twenty four pitches (including nine Elevator Pitches); you can see who took part below and download the Pitch Up brochure . Gulbenkian #ChangeKent Applause a...

Producer Fellowships

Two £5,000 bursaries to support a one year relationship between a producer and a venue – or venues – in the house network. By bringing together the know-how and inventiveness of entrepreneurial producers with the physical resources and local knowledge of a...

upstream

Seeding new digital performance We teamed up with SHPLive.TV to provide seed funds for new performance which embraces the potential of live streaming to engage audiences live and online. We put a call out in April for ideas about digitally native performance...

house: access and inclusion

These are the steps house takes to ensure the culture of touring is sustainable and ever-growing in relation to access and inclusion: Train artists and producers to integrate access methods into the creation process, not just as an add-on Aim for...

Other useful websites

In addition to our own resources section, you will also find helpful tools and tips at the following websites: A Guide to Theatre Access A guide to making theatre performances more accessible Alzheimer's Society - Becoming a dementia friendly...

Press and PR

General Enquiries This page contains all of the latest press resources for house shows and activities. For press enquiries, or to be added to our press release mailing list, please email info@housetheatre.org.uk or call the office on 01252 745 419.    house ...

Privacy Policy

house: Privacy Basics This is a summary of how house processes and stores personal information and data. “house” is a project delivered by Farnham Maltings. Any reference to “house” refers to Farnham Maltings. All statements here are in accordan...

Thank you

Thank you for submitting your opportunity to the house website. If you have any queries please contact us .

Venue Network Day March 2018

bringing venues together from across the South East Friday 09 March 2018, 11:00 - 16:30 John Lyon Education Studio, National Theatre, London This venue network day will feature inspirational speaker and equality activist Mena Fombo  on: 'Nod, ...

Carry On Jaywick: About the Cast

Georgia Brown graduated from LAMDA and made her West End debut in A Chorus of Disapproval. Other work in theatre includes Harold Pinter – A Celebration at the National Theatre; Somewhere in England for Eastern Angles; and her own play, Daddy’s Gir...

Previous house tours

The Adventures of Alvin Sputnik: Deep Sea Explorer Perth Theatre Company and Weeping Spoon Productions Download The Adventures of Alvin Sputnik  tour dates. All The Family, Something Different     Popaganda Richard ...

About Us

Who we are house is a venue network and touring initiative based in the South East of England. It is delivered by Farnham Maltings with support from Arts Council England and an advisory group of venue leaders, programmers and producers from the region....

vacancies

  There are currently no vacancies.

Professional Development

We are committed to developing the touring sector in our region, and one of the ways we do this is by delivering a variety of development opportunities for both venues and artists from across the South East of England. UPCOMING EVENTS Pitch Up Cambridge...

house team

Steph Richardson house General Manager (maternity cover) steph@housetheatre.org.uk +44 (0)1252 745427       Emma Gosden house Marketing Manager emma@housetheatre.org.uk +44 (0)1252 745419       Mark...

house venues

There are currently over 160 venues across the south east and south west of England registered on the house website, and we've plotted them on the map below. Feel free to click on the bubbles to find out more about the venue, or zoom in to separate out...

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If you'd like to receive news and updates from house, please join our mailing list here . You'll receive a monthly newsletter and occasional additional mailings related to specific events, initiatives or announcements. We use Mailchimp to send ...

What we do

Initiate a plan to build the theatre ecology of the South East and Eastern England regions including hosting programmer events, brokering conversations between companies and venues and developing this website as a digital platform for the professional...

An intro to venue managers (presenters)

If you own or manage a performance venue and you want to buy in shows and/or be part of a performing arts tour, you can register as a Venue. Register here . The first step is to create a Venue Profile. This outlines your company or organisation, describes...

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Use the form below to contact the house team. Please note that we are not directly affiliated with any of the venues or companies listed on our website, and will be unable to answer any specific queries regarding productions, bookings or events.

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