STAMP Connects

Supported by Creative Careers

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Creative Careers is teaming up with STAMP to bring you one of the largest events offering young creatives practical insight into the theatre industry

This February, Creative Careers and STAMP have come together to give you the chance to meet with some of London’s top theatres, including the Barbican, all under one roof. 

The afternoon will feature a series of sessions offering practical and inspiring information about how artists can develop their practice, discussion panels with representatives of STAMP organisations and established theatre artists, plus a central ‘marketplace’ in the main Assembly Hall where artists will be able to meet a range of STAMP organisations and learn more about how they work with and support artists.

STAMP Connects has been created with support from Creative Careers and the Barbican in partnership with the STAMP network


STAMP is a group of venues and organisations based in London who support and produce new theatre and performance work. STAMP’s mission is practical collective action to improve the ways in which artists are supported by our organisations and the industry, and are valued in society more widely.

Current STAMP members include: The Albany, Almeida Theatre, Apple Cart, Arcola Theatre, Artsadmin, artsdepot, Battersea Arts Centre, Barbican Centre, Bernie Grant Arts Centre, Bush Theatre, Camden People’s Theatre, Finborough Theatre, Fuel, Gate Theatre, Greenwich Theatre, Jacksons Lane, Little Angel, National Theatre, Old Vic, Omnibus, Ovalhouse, Park Theatre, Penned in the Margins, Pleasance Theatre, Poplar Union, Rich Mix, Shoreditch Town Hall, Soho Theatre, Stratford Circus Arts Centre, Talawa, Tamasha, The Yard Theatre, Theatre503, Theatre Delicatessen Yellow Earth and Young Vic.

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