We do this by providing development opportunities, professional management, mentoring services and pastoral support to early-career practitioners to empower them and help them to develop the necessary skills to become the next generation of creative artists. The charity has a broad Artistic Policy informed only by the ability of all pieces of work to illuminate the condition of humanity in contemporary society. Our work is channelled through two distinct, though complementary, fields of activity.
Our clients’ work spans every area of the industry from the smallest theatre above a pub to a big Hollywood studio. Our philosophy is simple: to be represented by us you must be brilliant at what you do. We fundamentally believe that we need to represent the widest cross section of the society in which we find ourselves. In order to be true to that belief, our aim is to develop a client base that reflects the world in which we live. As part of that push for truly authentic and legitimate representation, we have a specific focus in representing artists from the D/deaf community.
Over the past decade we have produced and managed more than 50 projects of different sizes. From the first reading of a new play to the full production and touring of a number of works. We believe that there is no substitute for learning on the job and, we are always excited to help in any way we can - encouraging anyone who wants to start the ball rolling, to contact us. The first consultation with us is always free.