Associates and useful Organisations

A Quiet Word – “a performing arts company, based in Yorkshire, engaging with people to create performances which reflect their experiences of the places in which they live and work.”

Arts Council England – “We believe that great art and culture inspires us, brings us together and teaches us about ourselves and the world around us. In short, it makes life better.”

Beaford Arts – England’s longest running rural arts initiative.

Blaize  – We believe that everyone should have the arts in their lives – no matter who they are or where they live. Which is why we deliver the very best of theatre, music, dance, film and entertainment straight to YOUR community.

Born In Bradford – Born in Bradford is helping to unravel the reasons for this ill health and bring new scientific discovery to the world. It is also providing a catalyst for communities to work with the NHS and local authority to improve child health and wellbeing.

Bradford Playhouse

Creative Torbay – Creative Torbay is an online network for creative businesses, individuals and organisations across Torbay and the SW.

Exeter University Drama Dept.

Folk South West

Greentop – “Greentop is the north of England’s leading circus centre.”

The Georgian Theatre Royal

The Guardian – “Pierrot troupes could play role in revitalising seaside resorts” Article July, 2010.

Lawrence Batley Theatre – Huddersfield.

National Association of Street Artists – An independent UK network of creative practitioners making live arts outside!

BBC Spotlight – Seaside prom returns to the English Riviera, by Laura Joint, BBC Devon, July 2010.

Theatre Devon

Wide Awake Devon

Mr Jules – Jules made this website for Prom-Prom. He also performs.

Futures Venture Organisation –  radical independent arts fund – “An independent foundation supporting radical artists making work with a conscience.”

Engine Room Theatre – Performance Art Theatre in Goole.

The Magic Lantern Society – “a world-wide membership of collectors, enthusiasts, students of film, visual media and popular culture, magicians, artists, performers, scientists and archival organisations from over 30 different countries.”

The British Puppet & Model Theatre Guild – “a long established, friendly organisation and our experienced members, each experts in their own right, are willing to share a wealth of experience and knowledge in many areas of puppetry and model theatre and to encourage others to learn more.”

The Concert Artistes’ Association –  The Club for Acts and Actors… Founded in 1897 as the Concert Artistes’ Association to help concert artistes experiencing hardship. The CAA is today a thriving members club for entertainment professionals. We are situated in the heart of London’s theatre-land. The club offers an ideal location to meet for a drink, a meal or a chat.

Christopher Green – “Following a stint as the British Library’s first artist in residence and investigations of all things hypnotist, Christopher Green amplifies his research of the rich archives of one of the world’s greatest libraries with his new book Overpowered! The Science and Showbiz of Hypnosis and the exhibition Victorian Entertainments: There Will Be Fun.”


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