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NRTF Resources

Here is a list of our Rural Touring focused resources. Some of these are only available to our members.

 

If you haven't yet decided whether to join NRTF, you can still sign up to receive our free quarterly newsletter, using the link below.

We are currently updating this page and adding more resources, please do check back again soon.

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A directory of rural touring schemes, including information on what they programme and when to contact them.

Member Only Access

Find out more about our Ballyhoo opportunity, as part of our annual conference, and how to apply for this June.

Information about our online and in person, upcoming member meetings. 

​Including:

  • An introduction to the rural touring scheme model 

  • Artists Suitability Quiz

  • Brighton Fringe Academy: Introduction to Rural Touring

This document is based on CONCERTA, a 2019 research report that was commissioned by the NRTF. Contributing to Community Enhancement through Rural Touring Arts: CONCERTA is a national study of the benefits, for local community development, of a relatively under-researched form of creative activity: rural touring arts.

This resource includes:

  • CONCERTA research note in PDF

Julie's Bicycle Report
Coming Soon

National Rural Tour Forum Exploration into the environmental impacts, practices and carbon footprint of Rural Touring in partnership with Julie's Bicycle, May 2023.

Member Only Access

In this hour-long presentation Stephanie Jessop takes you through the ins and outs of marketing for rural touring. From why your leaflets should be portrait to the way you describe your show.

Also included are downloadable PDFs with more details and information.

Member Only Access

Eyes Wide Open is a practical guide for all companies and artists wanting to tour their work to rural and community venues through one or more of the rural touring schemes that operate across England and Wales. It is intended for new and emerging companies representing mainstream and specialist work, and for established companies and artists who wish to engage with rural audiences.

Member Only Access

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