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Ambassadors

Ambassadors are members of our theatre network’s local communities, who work alongside us to help build, diversify and develop drama audiences in their areas.

Ambassadors have their work cut out as drama audiences are dwindling and many young people today feel as though theatre is simply not for them. But with friendly local faces and encouragement, ambassadors aim to make these infrequent audience members feel more relaxed and comfortable about attending their local theatre.

There are currently over thirty ambassadors, who are helping to encourage first-time attenders from all areas and cultural backgrounds to give theatre a go; it’s about making your local theatre accessible and welcoming to everyone.

“I chose to become an ambassador so I could share my passion for the theatre with as many people as possible and promote plays to those people who may not typically attend them. I believe that plays, especially those by Touring Consortium, are not only educational but truly entertaining for anybody who attends them. The challenge of being an ambassador is finding new and creative ways to involve all types of people with the theatre” – Holly Spence, Bradford Ambassador, age 17

There are currently over thirty ambassadors, who are helping to encourage first-time attenders from all areas and cultural backgrounds to give theatre a go; it’s about making your local theatre accessible and welcoming to everyone.

Ambassadors also enjoy special perks through their association with us and our shows, including opportunities to meet the cast, attend open rehearsals and provide a genuine voice for their local community. If you’re interested in becoming an ambassador, please email [email protected]

Find out more about our Ambassadors on TheatreCloud.com.

Creative Projects

For each production we produce, we develop and launch a new and exciting creative project based on the background and themes which make it so important for that story to be told today. Our Creative Projects provide a new exploration of the work we produce and are open to entry to people everywhere across the UK.   Everybody taking part in a project receives a £10 ticket offer to see the related production at their local theatre.

Previous Creative Project highlights include: Anita and Me Creative Comedy project, Tell A Tale in 500 Words, Of Mice and Men Loneliness Project, and the hugely popular War Poetry for Today poetry project in support of Regeneration.

Find out more about our Creative Projects on TheatreCloud.com.