For artists and creatives Have you signed up to Arts Council England's artsjobs/ artsnews listings yet? If not, click here Now that's out the way, here's some other links, categorised by artform Visual Arts & Galleries A-N The Artists Information CompanyWhether it’s finding a job, gaining professional development, making use of insurance, campaigning to improve your profession or making contact with like-minded folk – a-n membership opens up a range of brilliant benefits for artists, arts professionals and students. ActionSpaceWe support the development of artists with learning disabilities in a professional studio environment and creates innovative projects for people with learning disabilities to engage with the visual arts.Artists Access 2 Art Colleges The AA2A project (Artists Access to Art Colleges) is offering around 50 placements, giving artists and designer makers the opportunity to undertake a period of research or realise a project using art college facilities e.g. workshops, IT facilities, lending library, and lecture programme. AA2A schemes aim to benefit students and institutions through their interaction with practising artists. ArtBusiness.comResources, advice and much more, from the USA Artbox LondonArtbox London runs free weekly studio sessions for artists with learning disabilities. These sessions aim to create a supportive, creative and inspiring environment for its artists to create and develop unique artwork using a variety of materials. Artists are empowered to sell their work through Artbox London exhibitions held in professional galleries and corporate spaces. Our vision is a world where everyone is given the opportunity to be creative and reach their full potential through art.Art House MeathShowcasing talents and skills of adults living with severe epilepsy, learning and physical difficulties. 100% of sales revenue goes back into the project. Arts EmergencyFrom mentoring projects to album launches, The Arts Emergency Service will change the lives of thousands of current and future students. We aim to ensure the doors of the university are kept open for those most able to benefit from, but least able to pay for education. Art QuestArt Quest provides practical support to visual artists throughout their careers.Arts Job FinderArts jobs listings from Arts Professional. ArtWorks-U Learning Resources for Developing Practice in Participatory Settings. Downloadable pdf with many other links here Core ArtsCore Arts is a registered charity that exists to promote the artistic and creative abilities of people who experience severe and enduring mental health issues. Creative WalsallExcellent resource pack here for those living within and outside of the borough, wanting to know more about working in participatory settings CVAN Contemporary Visual Arts Network - excellent links to a variety of artist resources, including toolkits and fees guidance DASH Disability led visual arts organisation based in Shropshire Dulwich Picture GalleryDulwich Picture Gallery hosts an array of arty activities aimed at young people, ranging from one-day intensives to after-school courses. Projects include portfolio development, life drawing, block printing, mosaics, quilting and more.Full Circle ArtsFull Circle Arts are a disabled led organisation who work to involve those who are excluded from the arts, firmly believing that great art should be available to everyone.We provide inclusive opportunities that raise aspirations, challenge the norm and support success. The London GroupVisual Arts since 1913. The London Group is a thriving democratic co-operative of artists practicing in all disciplines, from painting and sculpture to moving image and performance, with a full annual events programme in London and beyond. London Urban Arts AcademyWe provide opportunities for individuals and groups to access a range of arts and media programmes regardless of their background or experience. We provide broader learning, support and development programmes to young people, communities and the individuals and groups that support young people.Low Vision ArtPainting for visually impaired people. Mini ArtistsOur small art classes for children & young people in London are designed and structured by a Goldsmiths Qualified art and design teacher. We educate students on a wide range of fine art principles, because we believe in order for creativity to be unleashed, all children must learn the fundamental practices in fine art. Through a step to step guide, students will develop their artistic skills and knowledge by using a combination of art mediums within our specially created Dodo Art Studios. National Portrait GalleryOur Young People's Programme includes practical art, music, photography, poetry and dance workshops, led by well-known artists, which aim to explore various aspects of portraiture, inspired by the gallery’s collection and exhibitions. Day-long Sunday Sessions are held on the first Sunday of the month, while holiday workshops take place over two or three days, usually culminating in a performance or private view. The free-to-join creative Youth Forum – a social group for budding artists – meets on the first Thursday evening of the month. All events and workshops are free and run throughout the year. Process.arts An Open Online Community, Sharing Learning & Research in the Arts The Other Side GalleryContemporary outsider art.Outside InFor artists who find it difficult to access the art world because of disability, health, social circumstance or because their work does not conform to what is normally considered as art. PrimerA free ebook by Artquest for new fine art graduates and emerging artists covering the things you need to consider in your first couple of years after graduation: finding and working with galleries; meeting curators; understanding your rights; living in London on a low income; finding a studio; maintaining a network; and useful places to get more advice.Project AbilityDevelopment arts organisation promoting the importance of the arts to disabled individuals Q-ArtWe are organisation for current and prospective students, graduates, self-trained artists and all those with an interest in art. We aim to break down the barriers to art education and the contemporary art world and support the networking and development of early career artists. We run open crits, workshops, and produce books and videos.Rocket ArtistsLearning Disability Visual Arts (Brighton) South London GalleryThe SLG has a number of ongoing, often refreshingly quirky, projects for teenagers. The gallery's Art Assassins, a peer-led group of 13- to 19-year olds, meet every Thursday with the aim of gaining an insight into the workings of a contemporary art gallery, collaborating with artists and curators to create a programme of events for other young people. To find out about joining the Art Assassins email [email protected]ery.org Studio Upstairs Our mission is to provide holistic support to people who are experiencing enduring mental or emotional difficulties so that they can re-create their reasons and purpose for living, find new ways to live and experience a better quality of life. The ambition of the charity is to create a network of sustainable, safe, local studios available to all who need them, as and when they need them. Victoria & Albert MuseumCreate! is the V&A’s programme for Young People. Take part in an exciting programme of workshops, courses, career-focussed events and free festivals. If you are interested in fashion, digital design, performance and architecture, check out what’s on. Learn new skills through the Create! programme of workshops and courses; join CreateVoice the V&A’s young people’s collective, organise events, give tours and get career insights and support for Arts Awards; for community and youth groups check out the CreateFutures offering career development opportunities. Youth Arts OnlineYouth Arts Online is an online magazine and digital network for young creatives aged 16-26. Photography, Film, Digital & Media Arts Job FinderArts jobs listings from Arts Professional.BBC AcademyThe BBC Academy - putting training and skills at the heart of the BBC and the industry to help meet the challenges of an ever-changing media world. BECTUBECTU is the UK's media and entertainment trade union; sectors covered include broadcasting, film, independent production, theatre and the arts, leisure and digital media.Community Youth London If you are a young person aged between 13 and 25 and are interested in music and media, CYL is the ideal learning and training opportunity for you. We are a one of a kind service unlike other media organisations, charities or youth clubs you may have attended as we are unique through our premises, facilities and the industry professional tutors/peer mentors who deliver our services. We are based within professional production company ‘The Digital Holdings‘ who have impressive film and recording studios, a HD online editing suite and a multi-media classroom. Creative AccessAdvertising - Film - Journalism - Marketing - Music - PR - Publishing - Talent - Television – TheatreMedia cannot reflect society, if society is not reflected in the media. Creative Access is looking for talented young people from Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds to fill paid internship places at many of the UK’s top media organisations. Creative ToolkitThis site is for anyone looking for inspiration and support with a career in the media and entertainment sectors: you could be looking at film, television, radio, theatre, the arts or any of the allied areas. You'll find information and advice on getting started, working with others, your rights in the workplace, guidance on health and safety and insurance and much more. Disabled Photographers SocietyWe are a registered national charity. We promote photography for people with disabilities, or their carers, or groups or anyone with an interest in helping disabled people.If you have a disability and want to enjoy photography we are here to help, advise and encourage you to overcome the difficulties and to take great photographsDV8 TrainingTo transform the lives of young people aged 16-19 through inspirational teaching, and by providing exceptional access to career opportunities in the creative industries. The Film Bunch At The Film Bunch, we showcase short films from upcoming filmmakers from around the world. Our mission is to improve access for deaf and hard-of-hearing people to mainstream short films, so we provide subtitles, British Sign Language interpreters and live captioning at our events 4TalentKickstart your media career with 4Talent, from Channel 4. Into FilmInto Film is a film education charity that puts film at the heart of the educational and personal development of children and young people aged 5-19 across the UK. My First Job in FilmMy First Job in Film is a recruitment platform between the UK Film Industry and the individuals who wish to join the film industry as new entrants. Next Gen Skills AcademyWE BELIEVE IN LEARNING FROM EXPERTS: Working with over 120 employers, educational institutions and industry support groups to develop national recognised qualifications. Supporting educators with industry professionals. Replicating the studio work environment and project based learning working on industry based briefs.WE DEVELOP REAL-WORLD SKILLS: Through digital-making, encouraging team work, critical thinking and problem solving. Delivering short courses focusing on industry identified skills gaps and shortages.WE ENCOURAGE EXPLORATION: Along with inquiry and the cross-pollination of disciplines. Through online delivery of skills and training.WE KNOW THE CREATIVE PIONEERS OF TOMORROW CAN BE SUPPORTED TODAY: Through the provision of industry specific higher level apprenticeships providing new routes into games, animation and vfx industries. Supporting outreach projects into schools, taster sessions and games jams.Oska BrightCarousel's film festival for people with a learning disability Photo FusionWith analogue, digital and moving image facilities, Photofusion accomplishes its key function of delivering vital training, support and career progression to photographers of all abilities.The centre’s facilities include digital suites, professional photographic studio, darkrooms, exhibition production services, picture library/agency alongside a contemporary gallery which places an emphasis on showcasing emerging photographers, alongside new work by mid-career artists. The exhibition programme includes artist talks, panel discussions and occasional related master-classes or workshops.Springboard Media TrainingSpringboard Media Training Ltd is a specialist recruitment agency for the creative and digital media industries. Launched in early 2014, Springboard Media Training, has been working to set up an apprenticeship solution for a sector dominated by small businesses and sole traders. We operate like any recruitment agency, but the key difference is our people are apprentices looking to gain experience and knowledge from supportive employers who value training. Train 2 GameCourses for games designers.Youth Arts OnlineYouth Arts Online is an online magazine and digital network for young creatives aged 16-26. Creative Writing Disability WritesOnline community for disabled writers. The Literary Consultancy The UK's leading manuscript assessment and editorial advice service. TLC also runs a busy programme of literary events, writing workshops and holidays, and manages The Free Read Scheme with support from Arts Council England. London Writers' Club The Writers’ Club that helps writers get published. Every writer wants their writing to be read. London Writers’ Club connects writers from around the globe connect with UK agents. Poetry London Poetry London is a leading international poetry magazine where acclaimed contemporary poets share pages with exciting new names. Published three times a year in February, May and September, each issue contains new poetry, incisive reviews and features. Poetry London holds an annual poetry competition and launches each issue with readings from distinguished poet contributors to the magazine. Spread the Word“Looking out for London’s writers". We provide high quality, low cost opportunities for writers to improve their craft and develop their careers. We identify and support talented writers from a diversity of backgrounds and we encourage as many people as possible to try creative writing as a means of self-expression.The Writer's GuildThe Writer’s Union. The Writers Guild agreements set the minimum terms and conditions for TV, film, radio, book and theatre work. They of offer members a contract vetting system and advise writers on copyright and credits. Multi-disciplinary All Sorts Heart n Soul’s Allsorts is a place where adults with learning disabilities can try new art activities, meet new people and have fun. You can take part in a range of workshops, ranging from music to circus skills in a safe and friendly atmosphere where you decide what to do.ArtsAdminArtsadmin makes art happen. Our vision is to be an arts lab for the 21st Century for the creation of performance, site-specific and interdisciplinary work, where the innovative, experimental and unusual are nurtured. Arts and Disability Disability arts directory – Ireland Arts Emergency From mentoring projects to album launches, The Arts Emergency Service will change the lives of thousands of current and future students. We aim to ensure the doors of the university are kept open for those most able to benefit from, but least able to pay for education.Arts HubArts Hub is the online home for UK arts workers, whereby members can choose to receive jobs and news across many creative pathways including Visual Arts, Performing Arts, Music, Writing & Publishing, Film, and Heritage industries. Arts Job FinderArts jobs listings from Arts Professional.Barbican – Young PeopleAre you a budding musician, or would you like to make a film, develop your acting skills or write poetry? We have a wide range of ensembles, groups, Saturday and summer courses for you to join. CarouselCarousel works to promote the active involvement of people with a learning disability in the arts, teaching new artistic skills and developing existing talents. Cockpit ArtsAt Cockpit Arts we support extraordinary craftspeople making work in the UK. We are an award winning social enterprise providing the UK's only creative-business incubator for designer-makers. Since we first started in 1986 we have helped thousands of talented craftspeople to grow their businesses, many of whom have gone on to achieve national and international success. Our mission at Cockpit Arts is to support and promote talented designer-makers from all backgrounds through all stages of their career. We strive to raise standards in the contemporary craft and design sectors, making an important contribution to the UK cultural landscape and economy. Creative Access Advertising - Film - Journalism - Marketing - Music - PR - Publishing - Talent - Television - TheatreMedia cannot reflect society, if society is not reflected in the media. Creative Access is looking for talented young people from Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds to fill paid internship places at many of the UK’s top media organisations. Creative ChoicesHelping you develop your creative career. Creative Choices provides help for your creative career with jobs, training, advice & networks.Creative FutureEmpowering marginalised artists and writers. Creative PoolCreate your profile, spread your news, connect, share and inspire. Creative SkillsetThink you want to work in the Creative Industries but don't know where to start? Try our Career Navigator - we can offer you step-by-step advice on what to do next.The Creative SocietyThe Creative Society is an arts employment charity that helps young people into jobs in the creative and cultural industries. Creative ToolkitThis site is for anyone looking for inspiration and support with a career in the media and entertainment sectors: you could be looking at film, television, radio, theatre, the arts or any of the allied areas. You'll find information and advice on getting started, working with others, your rights in the workplace, guidance on health and safety and insurance and much more. Creative Youth NetworkExploring talent. Learning new skills. Building confidence. Acting, singing, dancing, playing. Creating something amazing. The Creative Youth Network offers young people the opportunity to transform themselves through the arts.Disability Arts OnlineDelivers editorial about disability arts and culture and offers a blogging platform for disabled artists, as well as commissioning opportunities and support. DAO provides resources for both individuals and the sector, including jobs and events listings, a directory of artists and organisations, and research. Central to DAO is its lively community of discussion and debate around disability arts and culture.Eastside Educational TrustOur mission is to engage and educate school age children, through direct participation in the arts. We want to inspire all young Londoners to develop their potential, share their talents and enrich their lives. Emergency Exit Arts – Street Arts AcademyCombining Visual and Performing Arts, Emergency Exit Arts’ Street Arts Academy (SAA) works with young people aged 13-21 across the UK to make unexpected art moments, events, performances or installations happen in the spaces in which they live, learn, work and play Epic CIC ArtsWe offer a range of arts activities to young people in Kensington & Chelsea including dance, drama, music, photography, painting, spray art and much more - regardless of ability or experience! We specialise in delivering the Arts Award so that young people gain a recognised qualification and have access to progression routes in arts. We are acknowledged as a Centre of Excellence by Trinity College London’s Arts Award for our work with young people from diverse backgrounds. Free Form Arts TrustFor young artists in Hackney. Tel: 020 7249 3394 email: [email protected]Heart n SoulHeart n Soul is a leading creative arts company with learning disability culture at our heart. Our work is about art, training and taking part. London Urban Arts AcademyWe provide opportunities for individuals and groups to access a range of arts and media programmes regardless of their background or experience. We provide broader learning, support and development programmes to young people, communities and the individuals and groups that support young people. 1521 Courses at Southbank CentreAged 15 to 21 and interested in the arts? Southbank Centre offers a range of courses to spark your creativity and give you the skills you need to get making. Whether your passion lies in film, music, poetry, photography or production, these ten-week courses provide opportunities to work alongside professional artists, get trained in using industry-standard equipment, learn new skills and develop your creative talent. Voluntary ArtsPromoting participation in creative and cultural activities. We support over 11 million people across the UK and Ireland who take part in the voluntary and amateur arts. How can we help? Get in touch, we’d love to hear from you! [email protected] Zinc ArtsZinc is an arts organisation which exists to advance and promote the creativity, culture and heritage of disabled young people and adults and socially excluded groups, for the benefit of all. Based in Essex. MusicBIMMBritish & Irish Modern Music Institute At BIMM London we offer a full range of Higher and Further Education modern music courses in the heart of the world’s music capital. BIMM London is part of the BIMM Group – the UK and Europe’s largest and leading contemporary music college. We offer a full range of Higher and Further Education music courses including degrees and diplomas in a number of different disciplines, such as guitar, bass,drums, vocals, songwriting, music production and music business. The BIMM London campus is in Effie Road, Fulham, South West London, housed in a five-storey building with state-of-the-art facilities, including recording studios, mac labs, post-production suites, rehearsal studios, lecture rooms, mixing rooms, performance spaces and teaching rooms. So, what are you waiting for? To make it in the music industry, connect with BIMM London today. Community Youth London If you are a young person aged between 13 and 25 and are interested in music and media, CYL is the ideal learning and training opportunity for you. We are a one of a kind service unlike other media organisations, charities or youth clubs you may have attended as we are unique through our premises, facilities and the industry professional tutors/peer mentors who deliver our services. We are based within professional production company ‘The Digital Holdings‘ who have impressive film and recording studios, a HD online editing suite and a multi-media classroom. Disability RocksDisability Rocks develop new and innovative ways to help people living with disabilities have positive experiences of music and arts. It’s clear that live music and arts activities and involvement can have a hugely positive impact on people’s lives. Central to what we do is to produce and host events & festivals and coordinate & support music and arts initiatives which support people of all ages and disabilities. Drake MusicDrake Music breaks down disabling barriers to music through innovative approaches to learning, teaching and making music. Our focus is on nurturing creativity through exploring music and technology in imaginative ways. We put quality music-making at the heart of everything we do, connecting disabled and non-disabled people locally, nationally and internationally.Electric Blues ClubInformation and advice for musicians, on various aspects of the music industry, music resources, free online music lessons, humour, music news, articles, educational establishments listings and more packed into these pages, with links to over 2000+ UK & International sites including music organisations, magazines, fora, MP3, lyrics, midi, tab, sheet music, artists, bands, agents, management, music equipment manufacturers...... & of course our BLUES section. Our site has some incredible features including live charts, webcasts, concert listings, new releases, music articles and news updated hourly/daily. Midi Music CompanyWe provide a space for all children and young people to be inspired and get into music and the creative industries. We do this through programmes such as affordable music classes for children and career development for emerging artists to help them make their way in the music industry. Music for YouthWe organise festivals and concerts across the UK for any group aged 21 or under to perform in. The festivals showcase all styles of music and are a great opportunity to get feedback from music industry professionals. We also organise lots of workshops, masterclasses and collaborations throughout the year. We run an inspirational series of free concerts at venues across the UK. These concerts are performed by young people for young people, providing first-hand experience of live music-making. The Musician’s GuideThe Musician’s Guide provides musicians with tools and resources to help them achieve careers as professional musicians. Our courses, books, and articles continue to be used by music institutions, leading music companies, and tens of thousands of artists Music Room Everything for the musician, includes a blog site. Resonance FM Resonance is a groundbreaking 24/7 radio station which broadcasts on 104.4 FM to central London, DAB to Greater London, nationally on Radioplayer and live streamed to the rest of the world. Realised by a dedicated community of volunteer engineers and programme-makers, Resonance offers over 100 creative broadcast series every week featuring local and international artists, makers and experts. Resonance seeks to discover, encourage and support a diverse range of artistic voices through radio - from first-timers to seasoned broadcasters. Sound and Music The national charity for new music Sound ConnectionsSound Connections develops, supports & empowers young Londoners through high quality music-making opportunities. Youth MusicWe support life-changing music-making and help young people to fulfil their musical potential. We run a wide variety of music projects across the country. You can hear great tracks written and recorded by young people from Youth Music projects across the country on our Sound Cloud page: https://soundcloud.com/youth-music-uk Performing Arts Amici Dance Theatre Company AMICI is a unique dance theatre company integrating able-bodied & disabled artists and performers. Our productions and workshops challenge conventional attitudes about disability and the arts. AMICI runs regular classes for its members at The Lyric, Hammersmith where we are the resident community arts company. Biannually we produce a full company show performed in the Lyric’s main theatre. AMICI gives open-workshops, residencies, student placements and performances throughout the year. Clean BreakClean Break is a theatre company set up in 1979 by two women prisoners who believed that theatre changes lives. Clean Break has a long-established theatre-based education and training programme enabling women offenders and those at risk of offending to develop personal, social, professional and creative skills - leading to education and employment.Corali Performing Arts for people with learning disabilities. Corali is a committed group of people made up of performers with learning disabilities and artist collaborators and educationalists who do not. Corali exists to explore the unique creativity and expression of people with learning disabilities by putting on original performance works and by offering on-going professional development, education and training opportunities.Face FrontFace Front Inclusive Theatre creates original, ground-breaking Inclusive Theatre with a company of disabled and nondisabled artists. The company produces professional, entertaining and challenging multi-layered theatre, through its Theatre in Schools, Participation and Theatre programmes. Performances and workshops are carefully crafted to be accessible to all, including people with physical, sensory and learning impairments, which take place in regional theatres, schools and a variety of venues.. Graeae TheatreGraeae theatre is a force for change in world-class theatre, breaking down barriers, challenging preconceptions and boldly placing disabled artists centre stage. Graeae champions accessibility and provides a platform for new generations of Deaf and disabled talent through the creation of trail-blazing theatre, at home and internationall Greenwich & Lewisham Young People’s TheatreWelcome to GLYPT! The home of great theatre and arts activities for young people. Look out for our family shows, take part in one of our drama or dance workshops, or come and visit us at the Tramshed. There’s something for everyone of all ages! Half Moon Young People's Theatre The Half Moon's inclusive policy places particular emphasis on engaging those often excluded by ethnicity and disabilities. Their broad participatory programme, which goes out to youth theatres and schools, is a vital extension of this. Within their East End hub, two studios provide a calendar of performance for children aged from six months, while kids can join one of a range of youth theatre groups.MasterclassWe are a small charity that has a big impact on young people’s lives with a unique offering of masterclasses, apprenticeships, creative opportunities and performance experiences. Masterclass is committed to using theatre and the beautiful Theatre Royal Haymarket to inspire and empower young people – the talent of the future. Over the past 15 years Masterclass has offered over 70,000 places to young people from all over the UK. The programme is free for anyone between the ages of 14 – 30 and it is vital that exceptional opportunities like Masterclass continue to exist in order to support, nurture and empower future generations. Mousetrap Theatre ProjectsMousetrap Theatre Projects is a theatre education charity dedicated to bringing the magic of theatre into the lives of young people. We open the doors to all that London's vibrant theatre scene has to offer, particularly to young people with limited means or opportunities. Whether you are a young person or someone working with young people, we invite you to come through those doors with us and begin your theatre journey. Old Vic The Old Vic provides mentoring and nurturing for new creative talent aiming for a career in theatre. The New Voices Club provides the chance for young writers, producers, actors and directors to meet like-minded peers at a series of social events, master-classes and workshops. One Youth DanceOne Youth Dance was founded in 2011 by a 17 year old dancer, and remains to this day an organisation made by young people for young people. We bring high quality training and opportunities to those who need it most, whilst raising the standard of non-vocational dance training in the UK. Peer ProductionsWe train young people (aged 16 – 23 years) as actors and peer educators enabling them to deliver a series of arts projects in the community and forge a career in the arts industry. We deliver drama and film outreach projects for disadvantaged young people using creativity as a tool to enable them to achieve their full potential and make positive life choice.RoundhouseThe Roundhouse hosts a range of workshops and courses for participants aged 11-25 covering music, creative media and performing arts, all based at the high-tech Roundhouse Studios. Projects include music production, filming and editing, journalism, drama and circus skills. You can audition for the Roundhouse Choir or Music Collective, try out radio, circus and DJing at weekly drop-in nights (only £2 per session) or contribute to the award-winning Roundhouse Radio. We make sure all our projects are equally accessible, supportive and collaborative and are at a low cost, with bursaries also available. Second WaveSecond Wave is a venue and a meeting place in Deptford for young people. We run regular youth-centred Platform Events and workshops for young performers and writers 12-24 years. Our creative programmes run on Saturdays, evenings and holidays. Usually, you can join anytime. Just ring us on 020 8694 2444 to book a FREE taster for yourself and a friend. No experience is needed and new members are always welcome.Stopgap DanceStopgap Dance Company seamlessly integrates dancers with and without disabilities. We are experts of inclusive choreography and have extensive experience of nurturing disabled and non-disabled artists for making inclusive works. The StageTheatre news, reviews, interviews and jobs. Publishing across the web and print, The Stage is a must read for those with an involvement or interest in the rich performing arts industry in Great Britain and beyond.UK TheatreUK Theatre supports theatre and performing arts organisations and individuals who work professionally in the performing arts at any stage of their career. Our Members have access to a range of professional services and tailored benefits to suit the needs of you and/or your organisation. Whether it's through sharing knowledge, bringing you together with the right people or providing practical advice, UK Theatre supports your professional development. The White Pube's 'How to Get an Exhibition' resource VisABLE actors’ agencyVisABLE is the world's first initiative to create mainstream professional opportunities for actors, presenters & models with disabilities. The result of this is a completely new market which puts disabled artists into the media focus. Young Actors Theatre The Young Actors Theatre is a unique and vibrant community based theatre which provides drama classes, workshops and productions for young people with the opportunity for professional development in the performing arts. YAT Management represents a broad and diverse mix of people between the ages of 5 and 25. Our clients are currently working in film, TV and theatre both nationally and internationally. Young Actors Theatre is registered as a charity no. 266765.