Four of the youth promoters who took part in GET IN last year will take part in the Graduate Year of the project this year, receiving support to programme more exciting events in their local communities.
Help Musicians UK is proud to launch the Jazz Promoters Fellowship; a new pilot programme in partnership with internationally recognised and award-winning jazz composer, educator and record producer, Issie Barratt. Deadline to apply: Fri 7 Jul
A busy year of residential weekends, intensive training, mentoring, online group work and one-to one support from The Touring Network team resulted in the 2016/17 cohort of Youth Promoters programming a tour for Kathryn Joseph which was a great success.
Interested in touring to the Highlands & Islands from Jun 2017 onwards? Will your show be ready to be performed as a showcase excerpt in Mar 2017? Does it fit our Supported Programme priorities? Find out more about this opportunity...
In September, The Touring Network worked in partnership with the National Theatre of Scotland and Imaginate to bring a tour of two award-winning, internationally recognised Scottish productions to the Highlands. Find out more about how the partnership is progressing.
The Touring Network are working in partnership with the Theatre in Schools Scotland initiative to bring a tour of two award-winning, internationally recognised Scottish productions to the Highlands this September.
Craignish Village Hall is a stunning, eco-designed community hall in Ardfern on the western seaboard of Argyll, and was of course the venue for our most recent Spring Gathering. With a busy summer ahead, Arts Programme Co-ordinator Lucy Walsh and Hall Manager Diane Steele took some time out to tell us more about their 10th anniversary celebrations and arts promotion at the venue.
Tourbook is a project by the Touring Network to develop an online platform for discovering and showcasing touring theatre, music, dance and more. Project lead, Adrian Lear and designer, Jane Wilde answer a few questions about what they’ve been up to.
Just 8 weeks on from our 3rd annual Spring Gathering, and the word on the street (or should that be single-track road) is that 64% of those performers who showcased at the event are now set to tour the Highlands in the next 12 months.
FST hosted their touring forum at the Edinburgh Festival theatre in April, to a mix of producers, artists and organisations involved in theatre and dance touring within Scotland and further afield. The topic of the forum was: Who should pay for touring?
Audience development is the phrase we all keep hearing.
So what does audience development look like? We're not sure we know the definitive answer but we have gathered together some of the best people we know to talk about it !
Following recent success at the Traditional Music Awards in which SEALL won Venue of the Year, Duncan MacInnes, one of The Touring Network’s most established promoters, takes part in an interview with Gordon. We learn about his past as an event organiser, what inspired him in the first place and what's different about it now.
Sign up to attend our annual event, bringing together promoters from across the Highlands and Islands with performers, producers, funders and other creative professionals, to network, build key skills and showcase new work. Deadline to sign up is Monday 22nd February.
We are looking for an experienced individual who is based in the Highlands and Islands, or with very strong connections to the region, and who has the time, commitment and relevant Board experience to ensure the organisation achieves its strategic goals over the next period of its development. Deadline: Fri 22 May
We would like to thank all of our members for being part of the Touring Network, and look forward to supporting you in bringing the very best cultural experiences to the Highlands & Islands throughout 2015.
The Imaginate Festival is Scotland’s international festival of performing arts for children and young people and runs from Monday 11 to Sunday 17 May 2015 at venues across Edinburgh. Apply for GoSee funding now.
The Cultural Assembly will host a series of open meetings this March and April in Argyll & Bute, and anyone working in the sector – or interested in moving it forward – is encouraged to attend to find out how to get involved.
Sessions in Wick, Inverness and Portree, to fully explain the Highland Cultural Strategic Board cultural strategy ‘Highland Culture- Take Pride, Take Part’, and to provide arts organisations with the opportunity to discuss potential proposals.