Network News

Thanks to those who came to March’s Network Meet-Up. Insightful conversations were had around PRS, public liability, venue and alcohol licensing. It was agreed we will collate information for a licensing resource in our Know How. 

Join us online for our next Network Meet-Up on Mon 17 April, 10.30am-12noon. Register here.

33 promoters have so far expressed interest in joining our first micro-network. If you haven’t done so already, please complete the questionnaire Fee has emailed you so we can learn more about you and get match-making. We’ll share the outcome w/c 20 March. 

Claire was out on the road this month. She co-chaired the Combine to Create learning exchange, where she heard inspiring examples of the impact culture and creativity can have on communities, through Findhorn Bay Arts and Culture Collective. Learn more about it here.

Claire was also part of Springboard, an event hosted by Creative Carbon Scotland to encourage creative climate action. She waved the flag for rural issues in relation to meeting net-zero, and was part of the cohort addressing decarbonisation of theatre-making and dance.

“Both events were inspiring and so valuable for bringing people together from different backgrounds and sectors to address the challenges we’re all facing around capacity and funding. A notable takeaway was that space to consider issues, create and meaningfully collaborate, must be afforded if real long lasting and impactful change is to be made. So watch this space…”

Promoters, are you looking to engage older children? Maya and The Whale has last-minute availability for schools performance this March. It’s the story of a young climate activist on the run, grappling for hope amid unfolding global disasters, and is touring sustainably across Scotland. 
Book now.

If you’d like to hear how you could get involved with TISS and bring more live performance to young people in your area, please 
register your interest or email

Vanishing Point would like to invite members to Spin, their latest production, touring across Scotland this March/April. Our Access Fund is available to support this if you’d like to catch it at a venue within the region. 

Find out more: 

Our Seed and Access Fund can be used to help promoter members get out and see productions they might like to programme. Here’s a helpful list of member shows currently available for booking. 

A Bird in the Hand: Special Delivery

Right Lines Productions: Man Shed

hris Lynott Comedy Autobahn

Curious Seed: And The Birds Did Sing

Esther Swift: Sound Effects also

Vanishing Point Unplugged: Spin

Horse: Acoustic-y – Flying Trio / Quartet

Julia McGhee: The Morrich Project

Jennifer Ewan Band: Bonnie Bayou Blues

Ruxandra Cantir & Sarah Rose Graber: Two in a Barrel

Hidden Waves Quartet: Coloured Stones

Hopscotch Theatre: The Unseen Boy / Or Treasure!

Tricky Hat Productions

Kerry Noor: Everything You Wanted to Know About a Bellydance but Were Too Afraid to Ask

Lubna Kerr: Tickbox

Slanjayvah Danza: 6 Feet, 3 Shoes

Maria MacDonell: Miss Lindsay’s Secret

Nicholas Collett Productions: Done to Death, By Jove!

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