On 20 March, FST wrote a letter to Cabinet Secretary to highlight significant concerns across the theatre and dance sectors in Scotland about the impact of COVID-19 following the UK and Scottish Government’s decision to restrict public gatherings.
This section aims to offer a collated source of COVID-19 resources, news, publications, and signposting from both government and funding bodies, as well as across our sector.
Directly below you will find a list of pinned resources. These are our most commonly viewed pages in this section, you can also search for specific resource via the filters. If you are having issues finding something specific then please get in touch.
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The Wellness Society has this free, downloadable Coronovirus Anxiety Workbook, which covers the following subjects: Planning Your Information Diet My Spheres of Influence Worksheet Practical Wisdom for Tolerating Uncertainty Reducing Anxiety With Thought Challenging Reducing Anxiety Through Distraction Activities Starting a Planning Practice Starting a Daily Gratitude Practice Starting a Daily Breathing Practice Improving the […]
This safeguarding resource has been created by Company Three, which exists to provide teenagers with connection, support and a space to express themselves. All their work is developed through long-term collaboration with our 75 members aged 11-19. Additionally, there are links to other resources created by youth theatres across the country. The safeguarding resource includes: […]
The Space in London has put together a Digital Rights Toolkit, which includes: An introduction to what we mean by ‘digital rights’ A lexicon of the terminology around digital rights that has been developed by rights expert Ben Green in consultation with union representatives Tips on what to think about when approaching digital rights contracts […]
Scottish Government introduced £100m funds for the newly self-employed and firms suffering hardship.