In light of the devastating effects the Coronavirus has had on our great theatrical landscape, we have put together a list of ways in which we hope to support smaller venues, companies and creative individuals. You can also find a list of very helpful resources here.
- Have you filmed your show in a makeshift venue and now in need of a large platform to show it? We have recently relaunched our YouTube channel and would love to host your show on there. With 70k + visitors to the site per month and over 30k social media followers, your work will be seen by a vast audience. Get in touch with Sam on firstname.lastname@example.org to start a conversation.
- Already have your show online and now need it reviewed? Just send us a link and we’ll sort that out for you. For London coverage, message Jay on email@example.com and regional, Laura on firstname.lastname@example.org
- Do you need to rant about the show you’ve been working on for months being cancelled or the fact you’re freelance and have no idea what to do for money? We hear you! As a team made up of young creatives we totally empathise and we know our audience do too. We’re currently very keen on publishing articles that deal with this subject so if you’d like to talk, message email@example.com. He’s currently in quarantine so would love to hear from you.
Can you help us?
- We rely solely on the small amount of money we make on advertising to pay our (small) overheads and a couple of staff members a criminally low amount. As there are currently no shows happening, this is seriously under threat. We are very happy to offer good deals on packages so if you have something inspiring and arts-related you’d like for us to advertise, please get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org
Much love to you all. X
Bringing no holds barred reviews, truths, and discussions from the front line of British Theatre. A Younger Theatre brings the voice of the next generation to the forefront, providing a unique look at the theatre that is shaping, changing and being debated by the younger generation of Theatre Makers.
Founded as a blog in 2009 by Theatre Producer, Jake Orr, A Younger Theatre is now run by freelance Writer and Journalist, Samuel Sims and has grown to become a highly regarded publication and resource for emerging creatives.
At the heart of our work is a platform for those who are often unheard. We champion the emerging generation. We celebrate excellence and pride ourselves on professionalism, while also leaving room for risk, failure and learning.
“On dark winter nights of feeling a bit hopeless about my slow-slow-slow-burning career, A Younger Theatre helped inspire me to carry on” – Reader
As a publication we…
…train emerging journalists and critics to respond to theatre, the output of which can be seen across the main A Younger Theatre publication.
…give no-holds barred reviews, opinions and home truths about British Theatre from across the UK.
…offer a platform and support to new and emerging companies.
As a resource we…
…give opportunities to emerging creatives to engage in theatre and the arts through partnerships and events, digital takeovers and socials.
…offer ticket discounts, competitions and engagement with theatre and the arts.
A Younger Theatre has worked with Vault Festival, the Royal Opera House, Royal Shakespeare Company, English National Opera, The Old Vic Theatre and The Guardian to name a few.
We are always open and receptive to working with other organisations that share or believe in our mission. Do go to the contact page to get in touch.
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All our current jobs are listed in the Jobs Section of the website, including writing opportunities and roles within the editorial team.