Producing Your Own Work

Who could benefit from this course?

Have an idea for a show but not sure what comes next? This course is for aspiring theatre makers wanting to get their work on stage.

Join the waiting list here to be notified about future workshop dates.

How does it work?

Sarah Fraser from HOAX talks you through how to produce your own work and the basics of starting a theatre company. Learn how to get a team together, how to find a platform for your show to be performed, and ways to extend the life of a new piece of work. Using past HOAX productions as examples, Sarah will take you through a timeline of a production from initial idea to first performance. There will be plenty of opportunity for questions and open discussion.

What do you gain?

You will be provided with a guide to which tasks need to be tackled and what order they need to be addressed. You will get inside knowledge of how some of the biggest festivals and a fringe venues in the UK conduct showings of new work.

Dates, Times & Cost

Saturday, 27th of March 2021: 11am-1pm.

£9 early bird (book by 12PM on 15th of 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)

Join the waiting list here to be notified about future workshop dates.

Sarah Fraser - HOAX Theatre

Sarah is a northern born, London based, actor and theatre maker. She graduated with an MA in Classical Acting from Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in 2012 and co-founded HOAX in 2014. HOAX has gone on to create and produce several new pieces of work including award winning shows Hysterical and Stuck. HOAX’s interdisciplinary performances take place across different forms and locations. Over the past six years they’ve created traditional and immersive shows, site-specific performance installations, gallery installations and theatrical walking tours. They are resident artists at the Bathway Theatre Network (University of Greenwich) and have taken the Ecostage Pledge and Fossil Fuel Free Sponsorship Pledge.