Susie will share an insight of the wonderful and fascinating world of theatre finance: she will talk about the importance of being financially knowledgeable even if you are considering a career as an artist/creative, and you will build a production budget with her, looking into why budgeting is a incredibly valuable exercise for anyone in this sector. She will also answer any burning questions you might have that are finance related.
Who could benefit from this course?
Theatre makers (Producers, artists, performers, directors, writers, designers and any combination of the above) who are looking for tips on budget building and financial management for their produtctions.
How does it work?
In this two-hour workshop, Susie will build a production budget with the participants through an interactive exercise (thank you, Zoom screen sharing!), and she will try to answer any burning finance-related questions.
What do you gain?
Confidence in building your first budgets, and tips on how to manage them competently. You can also ask any finance related question you might have on filing end of year accounts, and keeping your books.
Dates, Times & Cost
Saturday 27 April 2021: 11am-1pm.
£9 early bird (book by 12PM on 8 March)
£10 regular price
Book all 4 workshops in our Self Producing Series for £35 (early bird £32 by 15 March).
- Producing Your Own Work (27 March) - SOLD OUT
- Finance & Budgeting for Artists (24 April)
- Marketing Your Show (15 May)
- Where to Start with Starting a Company (5 June)
After a short career as a contemporary dancer, Susie realised that she was not meant to be on stage but rather belongs behind the scenes, where she can make things happen. After moving to London from Italy, she became Administrator at Improbable, then she worked in the Finance department of the Park Theatre before moving on to the Yard Theatre as their Finance and HR Manager. She also offers bespoke financial advice to artists and small theatre companies, helping them to keep their books, and file end of year accounts. Susie is also a codirector of Pinecone Performance Lab, producing HOT (Helen of Troy) at The Cockpit in February 2020.