FST are delighted to join the UK’s leading performing arts companies in supporting campaign group Parents in Performing Arts as they create a new company that will aim to tackle the inequalities faced by parents and carers in maintaining successful careers across the sector.
Have you heard about the latest FST opportunities? Read on to find out more about Early Dialogue Day, Step Up 10 Mentees, our upcoming Specialist Forums…
Last night saw over 300 guests attend our 2017 Festivals Reception, held at Dynamic Earth in partnership with ITC and supported by Theatre Tokens.
Future Proofing is a partnership project which aims to offer a sustainable solution to the personnel shortages in Scotland within creative production, stage management and technical skills by inspiring a new generation at entry level onwards and supporting the continuing professional development of our experienced practitioners and educators.
So, if you thought your theatre days are over… here comes the new Access Scottish Theatre website.
Jon Morgan has announced he will be stepping down as Director of FST in December this year following his appointment as Director of the Theatres Trust.
We are delighted to announce that Magdalena Schamberger, Artistic Director of Hearts & Minds has been appointed an Honorary Professor with the Division of Nursing at Queen Margaret University (QMU) with effect from 1 August 2016.
The Scottish Government in partnership with Creative Scotland, Scottish Refugee Council and the Federation of Scottish Theatre are holding a free one day seminar on how the arts and culture can support the integration of refugees in Scotland.
The Federation of Scottish Theatre is very pleased to announce that Creative Scotland have awarded a small fund to support more professional Gaelic medium theatres and individual practitioners to join FST.
Booking now open for Theatre 2016, the largest ever industry-wide theatre industry conference in the UK.
A fund is to be set up to establish a training scheme in memory of an influential safety and health professional who spent much of his career in Scottish theatre.
Creative Scotland has announced the Regular Funding decisions for 2015-18. It is a mix of good and bad news for FST members.