Stellar Quines, Edinburgh Fringe Society and PiPA bring you…
Parenting in the Performing Arts: Coffee Morning at Fringe Central – Thursday 23 August
Join other parents/carers and their children at tomorrow’s informal coffee morning held at Fringe Central.
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society, Stellar Quines, Federation of Scottish Theatre & National Theatre of Scotland have joined forces with PiPA to bring you…
Parenting in the Performing Arts: Coffee Morning at Fringe Central
Join other parents/carers and their children at one of our informal coffee mornings held at Fringe Central. Read more
Our partners at PiPA have joined forces with Birkbeck University and a number of major organisations across dance, music, opera and theatre to call for performing arts sector professionals to add their voice to the UK’s biggest ever survey of workers’ work/life balance.
We’d like you to help them by completing their
Stellar Quines and Imaginate are co-hosting a PiPA event during this year’s Edinburgh International Children’s Festival.
It’s a great chance to share discussions and opinions about what it is like to be a parent or carer in the theatre and dance industry in Scotland, what challenges you might face and also what good practice you’d like to share and encourage.
Stellar Quines & Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society are hosting a family friendly coffee morning for parents in the performing arts at Fringe Central, Appleton Tower on Monday 14 August.
Join other parents/carers and their children at an informal coffee morning. A chance to relax, socialise, reconnect with the sector and chat
The results of the research carried out by Parents in Performing Arts (PiPA) have been published and reveal the astonishing, but possibly not surprising fact that eight out of ten parents turn down theatre work owing to childcare possibilities.
Over 950 people responded to the survey and 81% of those who
We are currently working with Parents In Performing Arts on their ACE and Creative Scotland funded Best Practice Research Project, conducted in conjunction with Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Please find below the link to their survey about parental and caring responsibilities in the theatre industry. It is
Parents and Carers in Performing Arts campaign for equal opportunities and access for parents and carers working in the performing arts. Their aim is to achieve sustainable change in attitudes and practices in order to attract, support and retain a more diverse and flexible workforce.
Stellar Quines was a proud member
Stellar Quines are proud to be one of a consortium of 15 leading UK Theatres and The Royal Central School Of Speech and Drama that will be part of Parents in Performing Arts (PIPA) first major piece of work.
The Best Practice Action Research Project aims to identify barriers facing carers working in
Release: Monday 3rd October
PARENTS IN PERFORMING ARTS ANNOUNCES CREATIVE SCOTLAND AND ARTS COUNCIL ENGLAND FUNDED FIRST-OF-ITS-KIND BEST PRACTICE RESEARCH PROJECT IN PARTNERSHIP WITH 15 LEADING UK THEATRES AND THE ROYAL CENTRAL SCHOOL OF SPEECH AND DRAMA
Today, Parents in Performing Arts (PIPA), a Consortium of 18 leading Industry organisations, announces its
Today, Parents in Performing Arts (PIPA) announced the formation of a new consortium of leading UK theatres and arts organisations who will work together for the first time to support PIPA’s campaign for equal opportunities and access for parents and carers working in the performing arts.
Stellar Quines is pleased to