Performers, are you applying for Creative Scotland’s Touring Fund for Theatre & Dance? Don’t forget we’re here to help if you need any support or advice.
Creative Scotland requires you to outline at least six venues/spaces/locations you intend to perform in, so now is the time to have conversations and make new connections. We know many of our Venue and Promoter members are eager to re-engage with audiences and have ambitious plans for their future programmes. What we’re saying is, get in there! All conversations, research and relationships can be evidenced in your application.
Hop on to Tourbook and check out some of our venue/promoter venues. There’s a wide geographic spread and everything from intimate spaces to grand halls. If you’d like any advice on what might suit given your work, requirements or route then please feel free to get in touch.
Some of our members that might interest you:
An Tobar & Mull Theatre; Ardross Community Hall; Argyll Arts Collective; Arnisdale & Loch Hourn Community Association; Arran Theatre & Arts Trust; Benmore & Rashfield Community Association; Birnam Arts; Boat of Garten Community Hall; Cove Burgh Hall; Craigmonie Centre; Craignish Village Hall; Cromarty Arts Trust; An Cridhe; Dingwall Community Centre; Dunoon Burgh Hall; Durness Village Hall; Eden Court; Eilean Eisdeal; Fèis Rois; Findhorn Bay Arts; Eigg Community Hall; Atlantic Islands Centre; Kristen Linklater Voice Centre, Orkney; Lochalsh Arts Network; Lyth Arts Centre; Macphail Centre, Ullapool; Muir of Ord Hall; Nairn Community & Arts Centre; The Rockfield Centre, Oban; Orkney Arts Society; Resolis Community Arts; SEALL, Skye; Shetland Arts; Strathearn Arts; Tayvallich Village Hall; The Birks Cinema, Aberfeldy; Plockton High School; The Tower Digital Arts Centre, Helensburgh; Universal Hall, Findhorn; West Coast Arts.
For full details, images and contacts visit https://tourbook.live/login#members
Online applications for The Touring Fund open on 17 August and the deadline for submission is 4 October.