May news from house

house profile

We talked to Scott Ramsay of Harlow Playhouse about their recent artist commissions and how these connect to the Harlow community. Have a read of the full profile on the house website.

greenhouse producer fellowships
greenhouse has announced the recipients of its two producer fellowships; £5,000 bursaries to enable independent producers to explore a relationship with a venue in the house network. The fellowships will support Jolie Booth to work with the Harlow Playhouse and Hertford Theatre and Natalie Querol to partner with the Shelley Theatre in Bournemouth. Visit the house news section to learn more about their plans for the 12 month fellowships.

house tours
In May Little Cauliflower and Smoking Apples finish their tour of CELLA Strange Wild Song by Rhum and Clay Theatre Company continues to be performed across the network, and Melody Johnson begins her journey to village halls and arts centres with Miss Caledonia.
house online

As an open resource to host discussion, opportunities and share learning, the house website is updated on a regular basis. This month’s updates include:

latest blog:

Theatre ‘On Demand’, a blog from the house team about the relationship between late booking audiences and early booking programmers.

Kirsty Hoyle from Include Arts talks more about the delivery of Access Training sessions across the network

opportunities:

Producer for DISCO PIGS tour

3 vacancies at The New Theatre Royal Portsmouth

Hotbed 2015: commissions announced
festivals this month
There are plenty of opportunities to see work throughout May, with Pulse in Ipswich, Brighton FestivalNorfolk and Norwich Festival and Mayfest in Bristol too.