TMA Touring Symposium 2010 Congress House Conference Centre

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TMA Touring Symposium 2010
Congress House Conference Centre, Great Russell Street, London WC1
3rd March, 2010
The TMA Touring Symposium is the forum for key people and organisations that present and produce theatre and
dance on tour in the UK. The symposium is open to all involved in middle and large scale touring: venue
managers, promoters, producers, from both the commercial and subsidised sectors, and representatives from the
UK Arts Councils.
This year the Symposium’s role as a “place to do business” will be enhanced by a special opportunity to SpeedDate with a dedicated session for all companies, producers and venues to introduce their work to colleagues.
The day’s programme will include:
The National Touring Strategy: Arts Council England
Arts Council England has a key role to play in the development and sustained delivery of touring; a role which
historically transcends the national boundaries of the UK. Andrew Nairne, Executive Director Arts Strategy will
present ACE’s proposals for its eagerly anticipated Touring Strategy
Levies and Royalties
The financial impact of levies and royalties is often a contentious issue between venues, visiting companies and
producers. The Symposium presents the opportunity for all parties to debate the role and place of levies and
royalties in today’s touring industry.
Breakout sessions:
The afternoon’s programme includes the three breakout sessions which consider in detail the development and
operation of particular areas of UK touring:
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Encouraging Risk in Dance Programming and Building the Audience
How can venues and companies work together to “push the boat out” in dance programming and
significantly increase the audience’s appetite for a diverse range of dance?
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Sustainable Touring: Energy efficiency, carbon emissions and cost effectiveness
All business organisations will have to address government directives on energy efficiency and reducing
carbon emissions. This session introduces some of the issues which impact particularly on touring.
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TMA Venue Agreement Guidelines
A further opportunity to participate in the very popular seminar on the TMA/Harbottle & Lewis guide to
negotiating and entering into venue agreements.
TMA Touring Symposium 2010 commences: 11.30 am – ends 5.00 pm. Registration from 10.00 am. The delegate
fee, including lunch and refreshments, is: £85.00 plus VAT for TMA/SOLT/FST members and £125.00 plus VAT for
Non-members To book please complete the form overleaf and send to TMA, 32 Rose Street, London WC2E 9ET
or visit the TMA website www.tmauk.org/touringsymposium10.
The TMA Touring Symposium is supported by:
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TMA/SOLT/FST members: £85.00 + VAT (£99.87)
Non members:
£125.00 + VAT (£146.87)
Fees include lunch and all refreshments.
TMA Touring Symposium 2010
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Breakout Sessions: Please tick which session you wish to attend
 Encouraging Risk in Dance Programming and Building the Audience
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 Sustainable Touring: Energy efficiency, carbon emissions and cost
effectiveness
 TMA Venue Agreement Guidelines: seminar on the guide to best practice
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Information is correct at time of going to press but is subject to change. For the latest information please check
our events pages at www.tmauk.org/events. Cancellations: Made in writing or by email to Jamie Gould at TMA
([email protected]) between two and four weeks before the course date will be charged at 50% of the invoice
total; thereafter the full total is payable. Registrations may be transferred to another name.
(VAT registration number 242280194)
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