Get help applying for emergency funding with the North Star project

North Star Project

We are pleased to announce that Middle Child are taking part in a new initiative, started by New Diorama Theatre, to support artists applying for emergency funding to get through the coronavirus pandemic.

The North Star Project brings together a collection of 30 nationwide theatres and companies, that will offer a suite of advice, guidance and support to ensure artists have the insight to apply for all the financial support they’re entitled to in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis, ensuring they shape their ask in a way that makes the most impact.

Artists can sign up now to a specialist mailing list, which will keep subscribers informed of more information about the project as it is pulled together.

The list of participating organisations:

Alphabetti Theatre, Newcastle
Arts at the Old Fire Station, Oxford
Barbican Theatre, Plymouth
Birmingham Hippodrome
Brighton Dome and Festival
Bristol Old Vic
Camden People’s Theatre, London
Diverse City, Dorset
Everyman & Playhouse, Liverpool
Exeter Northcott
Farnham Maltings
In Good Company Network, Midlands
Jerwood Arts
Middle Child, Hull
National Theatre
New Diorama Theatre, London
Nottingham Playhouse
Pleasance, London
Polka Theatre, London
Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester
Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford
Scene & Heard, London
Shubbak Festival, London
SlungLow, Leeds
Tangled Feet, South East
The Lowry, Salford
The Place, Bedford
The Spring, Havant
Theatre Royal Plymouth
Wardrobe Theatre, Bristol