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The Association of Lighting Designers is the professional body representing all those who work or are interested in the creation of lighting design for live performance and events. Whether you are a designer, production electrician, programmer or crew member, the ALD aims to further the art and appreciation of creative lighting design and raise the professional status of lighting design as part of the creative process.
The Association of Sound Designers provides a community, training, backstage tours, social events, a magazine, and a range of resources for UK theatre sound professionals, graduates, students and companies. We also work to promote theatre sound to the wider industry.
Find out more on our website.www.theasd.uk
BECTU is the UK’s media and entertainment trade union. Our members are staff and freelancers in theatre, live events, broadcasting, film, leisure and more. We provide expert assistance with issues at work and vital career support through low-cost training, essential insurances and networking opportunities. Visit us to find out more.
The Production Services Association is the trade association for companies and individuals involved in the live event production industry. Our aim is to represent, improve, educate and develop the business of technical production for live events. This is achieved by pooling the knowledge of the entire industry to create a single voice for the industry and a central resource for its members.
The issues that we deal with are those that affect the whole industry. The solutions we find are there for the whole industry. This can only be achieved with the help of the whole industry.
The Theatres Trust is the national advisory public body for theatres. They champion the past, present and future of live theatre, by protecting the buildings and what goes on inside.
They do this through providing advice on planning and development, supplying resources and advice to make theatres sustainable and offering financial assistance through grants.
They help people discover more about theatres and campaign for theatres at risk.