We work with local people (our promoters) to programme professional touring theatre and dance productions into places where the local community get to see it. Our venues include small theatres, schools, community centres and local museums or art galleries.
We work with a range of people and communities, including specific work with young people via our young promoter programme and disabled people. We also work on projects where people from the Black Country can get involved in performing themselves or volunteer behind the scenes. We’ve run all sorts of events from cross-generational projects to stand-up comedy courses.
The core of our work is about allowing people from the Black Country access to both the experience of watching and being involved in high quality performance theatre and dance.
|31st August 2018||
I was really pleased I was able to atend this event during my trip to the fringe Festival. I had already been there for 4 days so this meant I was…
|8th May 2018||
Hi All, Weve had a men application from Above Bounds Theatre Collective from Devon - I was jsut wondering if anyone had heard of them or had booked them? Thanks …
|27th May 2016||
14-30 June 2016 This June join Black Country Touring for the first ever Young Promoter Festival where the young people will be making all the decisions and hosting some great shows…
|15th August 2014||
Hello All, One of our promoters has booked Kingdom of Fire and Clay - Iran Vs Israel. I thought some of you may be interested in seeing this show? …
|8th August 2014||
Working outside of the village hall – Steve Johnstone (Black Country Touring) You might think that because of our urban location, BCT doesn’t really work in village halls…
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It's our 21st Birthday TOMORROW! Looking back first site specific performance, Apna Ghar, 2006, where we built an a… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…