• UK’s first “Bank for Theatre Companies”

    In recent years London’s New Diorama Theatre has established itself as a home for emerging companies to develop, flourish creatively, and forge viable and sustainable careers as theatre practitioners. In a large part this is due to the theatre’s inventive and extensive network of financial support, education and commitment to making theatre accessible to all.

    Now, New Diorama, which celebrates its fifth Birthday this year, has consolidated all of this passion and innovation into the country’s most ambitious Artist Development Programme, one with the potential to guide talented fledgling or graduate companies from student festivals to full productions, and on to longer runs and national and international tours.

    • The most comprehensive artist development scheme in UK theatre
    • Cash Flow Fund operates as first ever ‘Bank for Theatre Companies’, providing interest-free loans for companies to seize on opportunities
    • Extensive financial support for emerging theatre makers includes one of the UK’s only 100/0 box office split in favour of companies
    • Programme also provides further theatrical education, and support for equality, diversity and accessibility in theatre
    • Read the full details here

    To deliver this project, New Diorama will be working with theatres from across the UK. These partners include:

    Arc, Stockton
    Barbican Theatre, Plymouth
    Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter
    Brighton Fringe
    Cast, Doncaster
    Chats Palace, London
    Derby Theatre
    The Garage, Norwich
    Greenwich Theatre, London
    Gulbenkian, Canterbury
    Home, Manchester
    Hull Truck
    Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield
    Lincoln Drill Hall
    The Lowry, Salford
    North Wall, Oxford
    The Other Room, Cardiff
    Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch
    Rosehill Theatre, Cumbria
    The Hub, Leeds
    Theatre at the Mill, Bradford
    Theatre Deli, London & Sheffield
    Tobacco Factory Theatres, Bristol
    Unity Theatre, Liverpool
    Wardrobe Theatre, Bristol

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