PMF AGM Friday 17th January 2020 at the National Theatre Agenda Introductions To discuss and agree the PMF’s aims and purpose To adopt the PMF Constitution To approve the Committee membership To receive the annual reports on PMF activities: Forums and Socials Job Vacancies Mentoring Newsletters Support Hub Network Social
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The PMF, with the Royal Court Theatre, will be hosting a Forum and Social to discuss issues and challenges regarding Sustainability within the Theatre and Live Events industries.
Our first AGM was well attended in person and on our live Facebook feed. Many thanks to all participants and to the National Theatre for use of their facilities. Click here for a summary of the meeting and the action points The full presentation and minutes are available here
We are really excited to announce the new Production Managers’ Forum Mentoring Scheme. Whether you are new to the industry, in training or currently working in another area looking to move into production management then the mentoring scheme is for you. When you sign up you are then matched with
The video of the PMF forum ‘Focus on the Fringe’ in Edinburgh is now available. Many thanks to: Flints for their support Ruari Cormack for chairing Chris Buffham and Fi Fraser for being on the panel Kelman and Gemma Greig-Kicks at neon8 for producing the video. Click here to view
Don’t miss our Forum at this years @abtttheatreshow on 6th June from 14:30 to 16.30, Palm Court Suite 5, focusing on Welfare within Technical & Production Roles. Proudly supported by our wonderful friends at @SLXmedia. With a fantastic panel from @SMAssoc, @TheStage & @bectu
Production and Technical Roundtable Coventry City of Culture 2021 are hosting a roundtable to explore and discuss the current landscape for production and technical across the full range of arts and culture. Whether live sound mixing, set building, exhibitions and installations, events management and many more, we welcome all practitioners
Further exemptions take remaining concerns of the live performance into account On Monday 17th, Member State representatives voted on the revision of ecodesign regulations, including rules for stage and studio lighting. The final text grants further exemptions to the live performance, which means most of our remaining demands were taken into
As part of the Theatres Trust being J&C Joel’s Charity of the Year, together we are offering an in-kind support fund J&C Joel’s Setting the Stage Fund will provide up to £10,000 of in-kind support to one UK based not-for-profit theatre. The support will be offered in the form of