We're the British Council’s Theatre and Dance team.
We share the best of contemporary UK performance
and we develop relationships with other countries
through projects such as tours, workshops and collaborations.
Matt Trueman talks to artists and producers who share practical tips about touring in Australia
The exotic Latina, the cleaner, the stripper. How can the UK theatre landscape move on from harmful stereotyping of Latin American voices?
Exploring the arts, inclusion and Brexit, IETM Hull was a wake-up call, says Lyn Gardner
Catch up with the latest stories on our Edinburgh Showcase, which kicks off at the Edinburgh Festivals in August
Want to catch up with the latest trends in the sector and some of the hottest shows? Join us online live from the Edinburgh Festivals in conversation with Paul Burns, Lyn Gardner and Clare Reddington
Discover which UK artists will travel to Edinburgh to experience the Edinburgh Festivals, build international links and develop their careers
We’re excited to reveal our programme of 30 compelling productions, featuring burgers, blood and #MeToo influences
IETM Hull 2019 is a major European arts networking event that takes place as the UK departs the EU
25 years young, Candoco Dance Company is a leading company of disabled and non-disabled dancers that commissions world-class choreographers
Based in Cornwall, Kneehigh tells stories and creates theatre of humanity from an epic and tiny scale. It works with an ever-changing ensemble of performers, musicians, artists, technicians and administrators
At the forefront of experimental performance for many years, Forced Entertainment aims to reinvent theatre to speak about the times we live in
With originality and a dash of poetic realism, Stopgap makes new discoveries about integrating disabled and non-disabled people through dance
A list of British Council arts opportunities for artists, creatives, professionals and organisations
Want support to work internationally but not sure where to begin? Here’s a quick rundown of funding opportunities that you can apply for
nAnA (New Art New Audiences) is calling for proposals for new art created in collaboration by the UK and Sub-Saharan Africa. Deadline 19 June.
We're awarding bursaries for UK D/deaf and disabled artists to participate in major conferences and a festival in Europe.