6 free open sessions, where Tom Ryalls will host a Q&A with a guest. Now open to book”
Stockroom Producers Fellowship

The Producing Fellowship is designed to support diverse new writing, by building the number of diverse producers who can support that writing.

From October 2022 to March 2023 there will be 6 free open Q&A sessions, where our Associate Producer Tom Ryalls will host a Q&A with a guest. Sessions will alternative between being in Stockroom’s creative space No. 38 in North London, and being online. 

Book to attend the free open sessions on our Eventbrite, linked below. 

Programme Outline – Free Open Sessions 

Q&A One: The Good, The Bad, The Backup Plan

Funding: The Good, The Bad, The Backup Plan. Q&A and networking evening with Tom Ryalls and Sarah Verghese (Nouveau Riche): Discover more about the funding session.

Thursday 27th October – 6.30 – 8pm at Stockroom’s No.38 in North London

Q&A Two: Making your Pitch Explosive

Programming: making your pitch explosive. Q&A with Tom Ryalls and Marie McCarthy (Omnibus Theatre): Discover more about the programming session.

Friday 4th November – 6.30 – 8pm (online)

Q&A Three: Fixing Your Finance 

Fixing your Festive Finance. Q&A with Tom Ryalls and Susie Italiano, discover more about the Finances session

Tuesday 20 December, online 6.30 – 8 pm (online)

Q&A Four: New Year, New Company

New Year, New Company. Q&A with Tom Ryalls and Nadia Iftkhar. This session will be about funding a company and building something from scratch. Find out about the session

Thursday 5 January 2023, 6:30 – 8 pm (online)

Q&A Five: How to love Marketing

Q&A with Tom Ryalls and Kathryn Singleton. Kathryn is Marketing Manager at Camden People’s Theatre and comes from a background in widening participation in higher education. She’s passionate about showcasing underrepresented voices in theatre and helping emerging artists with little marketing & outreach experience make the most of limited resources and engage with wider audiences.

Wednesday 15 February 2023, 6.30 – 8pm (online): More about marketing session

Grand Finale: Networking Event

Are you looking for a producer? Well our fellowship producers are graduating and looking to meet people. We’re hosting a networking event for Theatre creatives in our north London base. Don’t worry though, it will be structured and have set tasks to help people meet each other.

Thursday 13 April, 6.30 – 8pm at No.38 in North London: Book for free now

Location: 38 Mayton Street, London, N7 6QR

More about the Stockroom Producers Fellowship

The Stockroom Freelance Producers Fellowship for New Writing is made possible by support from the Genesis Kickstart Fund. 

The programme started with an open call to find 6 freelance producers who will participate in the whole series of events.

The full programme consists of 6 monthly in person masterclass days covering topics such as Fundraising, Contracting, and the realities of freelance producing and open Q&A networking sessions. The programme also includes mentoring opportunities, support and free desk space.

The Q&A Sessions are free sessions also open for the public to join. 

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