|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.|
|Do What You Love for Life||Run by the writer Beth Kempton, she offered free 2 week writing courses each year (Summer and Winter) plus other writing resources. Her Instagram feed @bethkempton gives good writing advise and support.|
Campaign to see women represented equally to men in theatre, on television and on film.
FEU closed in March 2021 (as part of the cut of Union Learn), e-courses and recordings of previous webinars are still available. You will need to be a member of Equity, the Musicians’ Union, the National Union of Journalists or The Writers’ Guild to register and access resources.
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.