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 arts venues
    A new publication is now available on how arts venues can make their facilities and services more accommodating for people affected by dementia.
  • Arts Council England – Advice and Guidance
    Advice and guidance including; education and learning, audience development, diversity and resource development.
  • Audiences on Tour – The Audience Agency
    A practical advice from The Audience Agency to help touring production companies and receiving venues build audiences together.
  • BSL for Technical Theatre Terms
    Exploring British Sign Language for technical theatre jargon
  • caravan
    caravan is a three-day showcase of site specific, interactive and incidental performance presented as part of Brighton Festival. There are three strands to the programme: showcase, training and on the road.
  • Creative Case for Diversity
    The Creative Case is a re-imagining of the Arts Council’s approach to diversity and equality, setting out how these areas can and should enrich the arts for artists, audiences and our wider society.
  • CultureCase
    A site of cultural academic research focusing on themes such as consumer behaviour and fundraising. Some articles are free for public use and others require payment to download.
  • The Culture Diary
    The Culture Diary is a free worldwide events calendar of private, media, industry and public events produced by over 4,000 UK organisations covering every art form. Take your first steps into international touring and grow your audiences’ abroad with The Art of Export.
  • Culture Hive
    Discover and share the best practice in cultural marketing. Full of helpful resources and case studies on arts marketing.
  • Culture-Pro
    A new professional development tool for cultural marketers and fundraisers.
  • Digital R&D Fund for the Arts
    This toolkit is a suite of downloadable resources, tips and articles aimed at arts and culture organisations who wish to improve existing digital products and services or develop new ones.
  • Family Arts Campaign
    The Family Arts Campaign provide an array of resources to help develop family programmes, including excellent tools for assisted performances and a free digital training course created in association with the AMA.
  • Independent Theatre Council – Advice and Info
    The Independent Theatre Council exists to enable the creation of high quality professional performing arts by supporting, representing and developing the people who manage and produce it.
  • Julie’s Bicycle – Sustaining Creativity
    Julie’s Bicycle is a not for profit organisation making sustainability intrinsic to the business, art and ethics of the creative industries.
    A performing arts network in the North West
  • The Arts Online – Newbury Corn Exchange
    Find interviews with professionals, example job descriptions, diaries from people in Arts Management and ‘how to’ guides as well as information on workshops and advice sessions
  • Theatre Bristol – resources
    Here you’ll find useful information, links and advice on practical aspects of getting involved and working in theatre.
  • Ticking All The Boxes
    Christine Harmar-Brown draws on her experience of submitting and assessing applications to offer some pointers on what works when writing funding applications.