Rural Touring Stories - the people who make rural touring happen

Rural touring is made possible by the commitment and passion of thousands of incredible individuals across the UK. We've asked NRTF members, including voluntary promoters, touring scheme staff, venues, performers and companies, to tell us their rural touring stories and we'll be gathering them all here.

Sian Kerry

Sian is the Co-Director of Arts Alive, the rural touring scheme for Shropshire and Herefordshire. You can read her rural touring story here.

Sally Seed

Sally's the volunteer promoter for the Highlights Rural Touring Scheme in the village of Orton, about two miles from Tebay Services near the M6 motorway in Cumbria. You can read her rural touring story here.

Sarah Cameron - Clod Ensemble

Sarah Cameron, writer and performer of Clod Ensemble's The Red Chair, tells us her rural touring story here.

Yvonne Dumsday

Yvonne's a voluntary promoter at Swanland Village Hall in East Yorkshire, linked to the Artery touring scheme. You can read her rural touring story here.

Chrissy Wallis

Chrissy is the promoter for Calstock Village Hall in Cornwall, linked to Carn To Cove. You can read her full rural touring story here.