We collaborate with a range of programming partners and networks and consortia to discover, champion and present the most innovative theatre, dance, music from the UK and overseas.
South East Dance
We are delighted to be partnering with South East Dance bringing together the expertise of both organisations to develop a new world class dance performance programme year round for Brighton Dome and across the city for Brighton Festival. South East Dance is the national development organisation for dance in South East England created to increase access to and participation in dance, whilst enabling artists to develop new work.
A three-day curated showcase of the best new site-specific and interactive performance from across England presented to an international audience biennially at Brighton Festival. Caravan website >
A new collaborative programme supported by Arts Council England supporting venues to widen the range and scale of theatre presented across Southeast and Eastern England. house is led by eight producers and programmers: Brighton Dome, Farnham Maltings, Newbury Corn Exchange, New Theatre Royal Portsmouth, Oxford Playhouse, South Street Reading, The Point Eastleigh and Watford Palace Theatre. house website >
A consortium of leading arts organisations and festivals dedicated to the development of the UK's outdoor arts sector through commissioning, supporting and presenting new work. Without Walls website >
Dance Touring Partnership
A network of theatres and arts organisations working together to bring exciting and engaging dance to audiences around the UK. DTP website >
A UK consortium of venues and companies whose aim is to engage and inspire audiences with international contemporary dance through commissioning, touring and education. Dance Consortium website >
Music Beyond Mainstream
A network of major UK concert halls and arts venues collaborating to bring distinctive live music beyond the rock, pop and classical mainstream. Music Beyond Mainstream website >
Creating Change is a national network of organisations involved in creative participatory group work with children and young people at risk. It connects artists, practitioners and organisations so that practice, research and resources can be shared. Creating Change brings together those who use participatory arts and dynamic group work, where collaboration between young people engages their thoughts, attitudes, emotions, and beliefs with an emphasis on self-development. The network supports training opportunities, disseminates best practice and acts as a hub for the sharing of resources and information. Creating Change website >
Photo: Apparition at Brighton Festival 2012 © Liz Johnson