IncArts Unlock is a toolkit for the creative and cultural sector to take measurable action against racism. The Unlock toolkit gives arts organisations practical steps to take anti-racist action. Unlock has in it over 100 actions that will help creative workplaces become more inclusive. The process is entirely confidential: at the heart of the Unlock toolkit […]
In November 2020 3,000 of the UK’s theatre and dance sector leaders and workforce attended the Speak-Listen-Reset-Heal anti-racism conference. The conference was devised by people with lived experience of racism and aimed at everyone working in the arts. The report from the conference can now be downloaded. The conference consisted of 3 sessions: Part 1: […]
One year on from the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, The Big Freelancer Report from Freelancers Make Theatre Work maps the problems facing the performing arts’ freelance workforce and makes practical recommendations for change going forward.
This report builds a clearer picture about who is working in the arts today and what the perceived barriers are to entering, progressing and developing in the arts professionally.
A link to touretteshero FAQ page with guidelines relating to relaxed performances.
This guide aims to give you a step by step guide to working on captioned, audio described and British Sign Language (BSL) interpreted performances at your venue.
Access Scottish Theatre is a guide (both electronic and printed) to accessible perfromances across Scotland.
The final report of a Best Practice Research project by Parents in Performing Arts, in partnership with 15 leading UK theatre organisations and The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
The report from Project X's Let’s Move to More Visibility Symposium, held at Tramway, Glasgow on Friday 22 September 2017.
Infographics created by the Solar Bear, covering types of accessible performances suitable for deaf / hard of hearing audiences, FAQs for working with a sign language interpreter and links to useful organisations.
A Pay What You Decide toolkit from ARC – Stockton Arts Centre.