No Such Thing As A Stupid Question Online PMF Forum Tuesday 2nd November 13:00 to 14:30 GMT We’ve assembled a panel of Production and Technical Managers from a range of roles and positions in the industry raring to answer all the questions that you have always wanted to ask. These
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.
The Student and Young Members Associates are proud to launch a new online series of interviews with Production Managers about their careers and their routes into the industry. It will take the form of an interview with a question and answers session at the end. Please keep an eye
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.
Future of Theatre is a three-day, online conference hosted by The Stage. Over the three days, you will hear from a diverse range of theatre experts, including well-known names but also those who wouldn’t normally be in the spotlight.
Curve are re-streaming their fabulous production of Sunset Boulevard from Monday 10th to Saturday 15th May, with all proceeds going to the Andy Nairn Bursaries in Technical Theatre. Sunset Boulevard – at Home was the final show Curve’s Head of Production Andy Nairn worked on before he tragically passed away on 26 Nov
The Production Managers Forum and Rose Bruford College combine forces for their second Zoom panel session on the topic of Reset Better, looking at ways we can work smarter and in a more human-centric way as we begin to plan the return to work.