an evolving library, designed to help you realise your international ambitions
a free, self-led course designed to help you create or strengthen your international strategy.
welcome to the UK! this guide is for international artists, companies, and producers looking to present performing arts work in the United Kingdom.
this evolving list of festivals is designed for international artists and companies wishing to tour into the UK.
video: some inspiration and practical ideas for more sustainable approaches to touring work abroad. co-hosted with Dance4.
a chance to get to know the arts sector in different countries before you visit. co-hosted with Dance4.
created with Dance4, this guide will sign post independent theatre and dance makers to the most useful information about Brexit.
producer Grace Okereke shares her top tips. Co-commissioned with Dance4
Producer Beckie Darlington shares her top tips. Co-commissioned with Dance4
producer Caleb Lee shares his top tips. Co-commissioned with Dance4
A recorded panel on alternative models of touring, guest speakers included artist and curator Andy Field, director of Gateshead International Festival of Theatre Kate Craddock and writer Nassim Soleimanpour
this webinar looks at the key things you need to consider when thinking about working internationally, including how to determine if you’re ready.
this webinar looks at different approaches to planning ahead, whether planning is a good idea, how to get started and how to stay on track.
in this webinar we look at the pros & cons of some key international networks including IETM and Assetij, as well as tips for building your own.
this guide can help you make sense of an often bewildering to-do list that goes with planning an international tour. It also offers practical advice and tips on how to avoid potential problems.
how to get more mileage from your creative ideas without travelling an inch. Not intended to be a definitive ‘how to’ guide, this resource offers some things to consider, case studies and further reading.
explore our current call outs, training and advice sessions for theatre-makers