|64 Million Artists||
Uses creativity to make positive changes in people’s and communities’ lives by running creative projects across the UK. Among their projects are The Weekly Challenge and The January Challenge.
|Applause for Thought|
Medical charity for performing artists
Central London organisation with a variety of courses in drama, dance, voice etc plus good web and social media skills training; with a number of courses reasonably priced.
|David Farmer/Drama Resource||David is a writer/director and theatre consultant who has written a number of books on teaching drama and using drama in a classroom setting. He runs The Inspiring Drama Teacher course. The website is packed with drama games/drama teaching ideas.|
Campaign to see women represented equally to men in theatre, on television and on film.
Free business skills training courses for members of Federation of Entertainment Unions (Equity, the Musicians’ Union, the National Union of Journalists and The Writers’ Guild); register to get notice of courses held across the country plus regular webinars. The website also has useful resources, including online courses.
Mental health podcast and support
|Mary Ward Centre||
Adult education college in Central London with a variety of courses, some good business/digital skills courses.
Peer to peer support group for those in the performing arts formed by 2 actors, regular meet ups at The Actor’s Centre. Follow them on Twitter for meet up details.
|The Act for Change Project||
Campaign to strengthen diversity in the live and recorded arts.
Community for working women with a slant to those working in creative environments. Produces the podcast In Good Company.