Small organisations

As a smaller organisation, we appreciate that you have limited resources - but making the case doesn't necessarily require huge amounts of time or money. You can connect with different audiences quickly and cheaply through social media, email or simply adding some extra messages to your existing communications.

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The public

It's important to reach out to the public and talk about why #culturematters

Random Acts participants film with a large camera.


The media can be a powerful tool in communicating with all audiences

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Local and national politicians are the key decision-makers on public funding.

Local authorities

Your relationship with the local council is an important one to develop and maintain.

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Top left to bottom right: 1. Image © Arts Council England 2. "Khadejah" written and directed by Myriam Raja, produced in collaboration with Screen South, Resource Productions & Random Acts. Photo © Screen South. 3. Jack Lord in Accidental Death of an Anarchist at Oldham Coliseum Theatre, 2014. Photo © Joel C Fildes / Oldham Coliseum Theatre 4. No Credit Displaying 5. Belgrade Theatre's Asian Youth Theatre - Somewhere To Belong. Photo © Nicola Young / Belgrade Theatre