Dates and Times
Thursday 25th April 2019 at 4pm - 6pm
This event takes place at Omnibus Theatre. However, please continue to book tickets through CPT’s website.
Build your brand. Raise your profile. Help sell tickets to your work. Knowing how to market your show, company or self is a complex and increasingly important skill that is an essential part of any artists toolkit.
STAMP present a new panel discussion packed with hints and tips for artists and companies on low cost and efficient ways to market themselves and their shows.
On the panel:
Isabel Dixon is a playwright, dramaturg and arts marketing professional. She was previously the Press and Marketing Officer for VAULT Festival, and Marketing Manager for Pleasance London and at Edinburgh Festival Fringe. She is also co-Artistic Director of Burn Bright Theatre Company whose recent productions include Frankenstein (Old Red Lion Theatre), All Is Bright (Crossrail Place Roof Garden; Victoria Library Westminster), and Vernon God Little (The Space). She also co-curates and co-produces The Miniaturists.
Hannah Freeman is a freelance digital and social media consultant. With over seven years experience in social media and digital marketing, Hannah has worked with a variety of brands including the Warburg Institute, the British Council, University of London, Southbank Centre, and with a variety of music artists, including McFly and McBusted.
David William Bryan trained at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting in NYC and specialises in self-producing, writing and performing one-person plays. David’s solo shows Trashed, In Loyal Company and Fragility of Man have taken the theatre festival scene by storm with his current production In Loyal Company selling out its last sixty performances, including sell out runs at Edinburgh Fringe and Vault Festival. He is currently touring the UK and will return to Edinburgh Fringe in 2019 with two solo shows at the Pleasance. Visit www.DavidWilliamBryan.
STAMP is a group of venues and organisations based in London who supports and produce new theatre and performance work. STAMP’s mission is practical collective action to improve the ways in which artists are supported by our organisations and the industry, and are valued in society more widely.
Current STAMP members include: The Albany, Almeida Theatre, Applecart Arts, Arcola Theatre, Artsadmin, artsdepot, Battersea Arts Centre, Barbican Centre, Bernie Grant Arts Centre, Bush Theatre, Camden People’s Theatre, China Plate, Donmar Warehouse, Finborough Theatre, Fuel Theatre, Gate Theatre, GLYPT, Graeae, Hackney Showroom, Improbable, Jacksons Lane, Little Angel Theatre, National Theatre, New Diorama Theatre, Old Red Lion Theatre, Old Vic, Omnibus Theatre, Ovalhouse, Park Theatre, Penned in the Margins, Pleasance Theatre, Poplar Union, Rich Mix, Riverside Studios, Shoreditch Town Hall, Soho Theatre, Stratford Circus Arts Centre, Talawa, Tamasha, Theatre Delicatessen, Theatre503, Unicorn Theatre, The Yard, Yellow Earth and Young Vic.
Image credit (c) James Berry