Whilst we’ve all been looking towards 2021 for various reasons one thing that has been firmly at the front of our minds is Brexit. Now that a deal has been agreed between the UK and Europe, we hope this offers some stability to help us all plan for the future.
We remain committed to supporting UK outdoor artists throughout this transition and wholeheartedly wish to maintain and build on connections with our European colleagues as we learn to navigate this changing landscape.
For now, here is a list of emerging resources we hope you find helpful in your own work and practice.
The document is for companies, artists and festivals and aims to offer advice and some clarity on how to prepare to work internationally in 2021 and beyond, including case studies from working companies. The material is being constantly updated as more information continues to become available.
Please also watch our recent XTRAX Global Conversations webinar on Touring After Brexit for insight from those working in the sector.
Wider-sector resources and Government guidance: (last updated 6/1/2021)
- Arts Council England EU Exit: Transition Period Guide
- Guidance for DCMS sectors on the UK’s exit from the EU
- Brexit Guidance for Musicians
- UK Europe Arts Work – Guide to working in the EU
- UK Theatre Guide to Brexit
- Incorporated Society of Musicians Brexit resources
We will keep adding to this page as new information becomes available. Please get in touch with a member of our team if you would like to share any resources with us and our networks.
This work is supported by Platform 4:UK, XTRAX’s Arts Council of England funded project for international collaboration in outdoor arts.
Featured image: Humanhood at Greenwich and Docklands International Festival 2020.