The APPG (All Party Parliamentary Group) for Theatre is calling for evidence about the impact of the ongoing problems on the industry. The evidence collected as part of this work will inform a report which will be shared with Parliamentarians, Ministers, and policy makers across the UK. The APPG for
Thanks to everyone who was at our first hybrid Forum. It was great to see people in person at Birmingham Rep and to welcome members on Zoom and Facebook. It was our best attended Forum to date. You can watch now the video of the Forum on our Facebook page
Many thanks to all those who came to the US/UK Forum Thoughts From Both Sides of the Pond, and thanks to our panel too. It was a great success and extremely informative. We definitely intend to make it a regular event. If you missed the Forum live, you can watch
Freelancers Make Theatre Work is working with officials at the Department for Digital, Culture, Media, and Sport to build an evidence base on the impact of the Omicron variant on freelancers across the Performing Arts sector in England. They have asked us to pass this on urgently to PMF Members
No Such Thing As A Stupid Question Online PMF Forum Tuesday 2nd November 13:00 to 14:30 GMT or follow the Forum our Facebook page We’ve assembled a panel of Production and Technical Managers to answer all the questions that you have always wanted to ask.
50 Women In Theatre is published today, by Supernova Books. It is a vibrant look through the eyes’ of women celebrating early female pioneers and legends through to the rule breakers. In a wonderful selection of women’s creative practice both front and back stage, the book features 25 legends of
Members of the PMF Committee managed to meet up at the PLASA/ABTT show last week. It was great to be able to have a Zoom-free meeting, discussing plans for the future. These include our next online forum and a trans-Atlantic seminar with our US colleagues. Watch this space for developments.
For our latest skillshare video The PMF’s chair David Evans and Tom Goode from Goode Projects give a brilliant introduction and back into Construction Design and Management Regulations and how they affect theatre and live events.