‘Be Flexible’ is a key piece of advice when it comes to Rural Touring. From working in spaces of all shapes and sizes to understanding the importance of an interval and a raffle. For a really successful rural tour, you need to be prepared to adapt – and see this as an opportunity for pushing your work further, not a limitation!
But Nick Cassenbaum, one of our New Directions Showcase artists from this year says it much more succinctly than I do!
Brand new to the world of rural touring and not really sure what it’s all about? We teamed up with Ian McMillan an NRTF favourite, and advocate for the sector to create a video to introduce everyone to the fantastic creative whirlpool that is rural touring. Watch the full video here…
This short form is designed to help you asses whether or not your show is Rural Touring ready. We take you through the very basic needs of rural touring and give you a list of things to consider. We also point you to other helpful resources and pages along the way. Please note this form is NOT a way of submitting your show to be considered for touring but should be used as a tool to equip yourself with the knowledge you need to approach schemes.