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Encouraging individual giving may not make financial sense, but it’s helped Unfolding Theatre build invaluable relationships, says Annie Rigby.
Audiences and rural promoters are the life-blood of Northumberland Theatre Company. Gillian Hambleton reveals how the company harnessed that loyalty to keep the company going through hard times.
For small arts companies, it’s a fiercely competitive time to be applying for funding from trusts and foundations. Annie Rigby and Natalie Querol share their very different experiences.
How can small arts organisations fundraise more efficiently? Joanna Ridout shares her tips for attracting greater investment whilst filling in fewer forms.
Do you regularly find your head pickled by the financial rules and regulations pertaining to fundraising? Accountant Pete O’Hara is on hand to steer you safely around the pitfalls.
Can a small touring company benefit from running a Friends scheme? Liz Hill examines the opportunities and the challenges.
In an era of data sharing, Marcus Romer asks who audience data belongs to: touring companies or venues?
Do potential donors really understand the value of small-scale touring theatre? Joanna Ridout considers how the sector might better articulate its value.