Get-in, Get-out, Get On: Successfully Delivering Outdoor Performance Work in Covid Times

Exeter Culture’s report and toolkits focus on good practice and guidance for outdoor performance-based work amidst the global pandemic.

On 17 June, Exeter Culture hosted a free, online event specifically focused on good practice and guidance for outdoor performance-based work amidst the global pandemic.

Exeter Culture and Exeter City Council commissioned a report from Promenade Promotions looking at best practice, issues and guidance connected to outdoor performance and Covid-19 safe practice. The event launched the report and accompanying film (delivered by street arts practitioner and University of Exeter lecturer Tony Lidington). In addition, Exeter Culture heard from Angus MacKechnie and Lorna Rees from Outdoor Arts UK, Pascale Straiton from The National Association of Streets Artists (NASA), and Nikki Sved and Rachael Duthie from Theatre Alibi.

You can read the full report and download a host of fantastic resources, including risk assessment templates.

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