An international touring guide written by Gary Hills for the caravan showcase (www.caravanshowcase.org.uk)
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With the latest advice from the government being that those who cannot work from home and whose workplace has not been told to close/stay closed should go to work it seems timely to look at what measures should be taken to ensure that working environments are safe, whenever they are re-opened.
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A guide for how to engage colleagues and collaborators with your environmental commitments and initiatives.
Via Julie's Bicycle (juliesbicycle.com)
Leeds Playhouse have produced an excellent document on how to produce and run Dementia Friendly Performances at venues, with top tips including how to select the show you wish to adapt, how to sell the show, and how to prepare the space.
As well as becoming an accessible space for those who are D/deaf or disabled, Dementia Friendly environments mean even more audiences can enjoy the shows that take place at your venue.
Live streaming an event or performance might feel unattainable, but there are low-cost and low-tech options for everyone. At a time when social distancing prevents gatherings in real life, the advances in digital communications can help us get together in virtual theatres and share experiences and stories. Jason Crouch, a freelance digital consultant with expertise in live streaming and a PhD in contemporary arts and technology, shares his tips on how to get started.
In this time of increasing uncertainty and change, web accessibility and inclusive marketing is more important than ever.
As organisations take steps to limit travel, cancel or postpone face-to-face appointments and replace in-person events with virtual ones, it’s vitally important that the information you produce online can be accessed and understood by every website user. It’s also critical to ensure your comms don’t alienate or leave anyone behind.
In this webinar we'll look at the case for building accessible and inclusive websites and digital campaigns and advice on how to do it.
If you are working to improve your digital communications, boost your brand reputation, and build more inclusive marketing and digital experiences then this is a must-watch!
A few tips with quick and easy changes to make sure your web content is accessible to all.
A template marketing campaign that can be used for a show, project or season. Created by house's marketing coordinator, Nadia Niesterowicz-Newstead.
A document of useful advice and links on how best to promote a captioned performance.
The Old Marketing in Brighton send visiting companies this form to obtain lots of essential marketing information. This pack gives a great outline of what a venue needs from a company to effectively promote their production.
Presentation given by Jo Taylor of Lateral Thinkers to house venue programmers on Tuesday 20th November 2012.
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.
Marketing tactics for regional venues according to regional venues
A host of opportunities and unique strands of support for theatre companies, that aren’t on offer anywhere else in the UK.