This Roundhouse Roundtable discussion is open to all artists, performers, producers, theatre makers and anyone working in the arts sector, aged 18+

Rethinking Accessibility: lockdown has shown us an explosion of digital resources and opportunities, and has made us question some of our previous barriers when it comes to accessibility in the sector. Whether it is physical access or how to make our performances and opportunities fully accessible to everyone digitally, what is this time showing us and how can we carry those learnings forward? What does this mean for recruitment, programming and artist development?

How do we keep engaging with the new audiences we have reached through our digital platforms when we re open? Join award winning spoken word artist Raymond Antrobus, Roundhouse producers and HR members as we reimagine our industry post Covid-19 together.

Fill in the form and you will be emailed a link to access the online discussion.

Before joining this digital session please read the guidance notes, this can be found in a file on the right hand side of the page.

Please note: we are working through the best way of hosting these larger conversations in a digital space, so it might mean we can’t offer everyone who signs up a place, but rest assured we are hoping to plan more. If you have a place, you will receive an email with the link to confirm your spot at the table!
What is a Roundhouse Roundtable? The Roundhouse’s doors might be closed but the conversation isn’t! We are working as a skeleton team, but we want to use our expertise to help support artists during this time to share knowledge and discuss the impact this pandemic has on our industry

These roundtables are aimed at artists, makers, producers and anyone working in the arts sector. Each week will focus on a specific topic or provocation.

Whether you have specific concerns or ideas to workshop, or just want to link up with a creative community experiencing the same issues, these Roundtables are a chance for us to all come together and learn from each other at a time where it’s easy to feel disconnected.