Today, Federation of Scottish Theatre (FST) launches State of Play, a national research study profiling the Performing Arts sector in Scotland. Results of the study will give FST and wider cultural policy-makers and planners crucial information on the health of the performing arts that will inform future actions, priorities and critical advocacy.
On 16 March 2021 BECTU published the key findings from their most recent sector survey. This survey’s sample was made up of nearly 4,000 workers in the creative industries and has revealed the serious impact of one year of the pandemic on workers in the creative industries.
Throughout the pandemic, The Audience Agency has been undertaking various pieces of research to examine the behaviour of audiences during these times. On the 10 February 2021 they published their most recent piece, Digital Engagement: from the COVID19 Participation Monitor, this report examines audience behaviour and intentions around engagement with digital work. The data pool […]
The aim of this PiPA survey, conducted in October 2020, was to gain a deeper insight into the extent to which caring responsibilities during Covid.
This report was written by Freelancers Make Theatre Work and includes data gathered from over 90 producing organisations throughout the UK. The purpose of the study was to gather data on the relationship between performing arts organisations and freelance theatre workers.
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.
Published in 2011, this report aims to raise the profile of Dance in Scotland and to recommend changes and developments which will strengthen and reinforce its place in our society. It is informed by the experience and expertise of Scotland’s dance sector.