Summer is almost upon us and the time has come to stretch your legs and take those weary, aching bones out into the world. Join us (and our curated playlist) to breathe new life into familiar surroundings.
In the sixth and final episode of the second season of our Spotlight on the Sector podcast, Morna McGeoch from Birds of Paradise talks about accessibility, planning for the future and working from home.
In the fifth episode of the second season of the Spotlight on the Sector podcast, Julie Brown from Toonspeak shares the challenges they’ve faced going digital, and some early thoughts about Christmas.
In the fourth episode of the second season of Spotlight on the Sector, Gudrun Soley Sigurdardottir talks about her work with Polmont Youth Theatre.
In the third episode of the second season of Spotlight on the Sector, Corin Beattie from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland chats about how RCS adapted to lockdown, and the resilience of young people.
In the second episode of the second season of our Spotlight on the Sector podcast, Andi Stevens of Mull Youth Theatre chats about the geographical challenges of island life and the projects they’ve been making in lockdown.
In the first episode of season two of Spotlight on the Sector, Jonathan Lloyd of Solar Bear talks about how they moved their summer project online, the value of family involvement and the importance of play.
In the final episode of our inaugural Spotlight on the Sector series, Drew Taylor talks about the positive side of using Zoom and remembering to engage with the world during lockdown.
In the fifth episode of Spotlight on the Sector, Jenni Mason from PACE talks about the importance of keeping engagement going during lockdown and the new possibilities that it has created.
In the fourth episode of our Spotlight on the Sector podcast, Lisa Keenan from the Tron Theatre in Glasgow talks about the lessons they’ve learned from lockdown.