Bridge the Gap offers opportunities and events encouraging aspiring producers to learn more about commercial producing.
Are you interested in overseeing a performance successfully being put on stage? Are you highly organised? Are you the collaborative coordinator on a creative process? Are you doing exactly what a theatre producer does, without realising? Check out our Intro to Producing workshops!
Throughout the year, we host intimate evening workshops aimed to demystify the role of the producer and for you to discover whether or not it is the role for you. The event is for those who have little experience, but a keen interest in theatre and an eagerness to learn more about producing. The sessions will be centred around all aspects of producing, including booking venues, budgets, fundraising, managing teams and marketing.
These opportunities are open to all ages and locations within the UK, but positively aimed at those who identify as under-represented across the theatre industry. Including but not limited to, those who have faced barriers due to their ethnicity, disability, gender, age or sexuality.
Next Workshop: Tuesday 28th September, Birmingham
We have teamed up with China Plate and Beatfreeks to deliver an introductory workshop to demystify the role of the theatre producer. We'll answer the question: "what does a producer do anyway, and could I be one?"
Location: Digbeth, Birmingham - The Old Library
Date & Times: Tuesday 28th September, 5:45pm
Tickets: £5. If you would like a subsidised place, please contact Suzie Brewis on [email protected] We have free places available for people on a low income or unemployed.