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.
Selection of resources related to producing work, including SSP agreement, best practice guidelines, PPL/PRS info etc.
The Theatre Green Book is a theatre sector-wide partnership spearheaded by the Theatres Trust and the Association of British Theatre Technicians with support from all the major theatre sector and culture sector sustainability umbrella bodies. It is bringing together theatre-makers and sustainability experts to create a common standard for making theatre sustainably.
Following the Intimacy on Stage training session, which we ran in January 2021 with renowned Movement Director and Intimacy Co-ordinator Ita O’Brien, we have gathered a number of resources to help anyone looking to improve their professional practice in this area.
In December 2020, FST held a training session focused on the practicalities of creating and putting work online. The guest panel was made up of: Liz Smith – Producer, The Lyceum Clare Duffy – Artistic Director of Civic Digits C.I.C. Euan Mclaren – Head of Lighting, National Theatre for Scotland Notes from the session are […]
In December 2020, FST held a training session focused on the legalities of creating and putting work online. The guest panel was made up of: Jamie Briers – Equity, Industrial Organiser, Theatre Callum Smith – Producer, National Theatre of Scotland Rupert Goodwins – Creative Technical Officer, Civic Digits C.I.C Notes from the session are available […]
In October 2020, FST held a training session focused on contracting during the Covid-19 pandemic. During the session, speakers Scott Fyfe, Associate at Anderson Strathern and Callum Smith, Producer at National Theatre of Scotland gave advice and answered specific questions relating to the topic. Available below are resources signposted during the session: Playwrights and Digital […]
Notes from the Producer Meet Up – 24 Sept 2020
The skills matrix contains information on each producer listed as well as detailed level of expertise in various areas.
Code of Practice for Touring is a practical document developed by the Touring Strategy Working Group.
This agreement also contains the Minimum Terms and Conditions for a new Play set out in a form of contract.
Creative Scotland’s final report on the Producers’ Hubs project (2014-2017).
Those guidelines were developed by a working group formed during one of the FST’s Producers Forums. They are designed for those whose project will involve a degree of co-authorship which cannot be accommodated by the standard FST/SSP contract.