190 British and Irish actors sign open letter and launch Justice And Equality Fund

In the run up to the BAFTAS 190 British and Irish actors – including Emma Watson, Carey Mulligan, Kate Winslet, Claire Foy, Noma Dumezweni, Emma Thompson, Jodie Whittaker, Sophie Okonedo and Saoirse Ronan – have signed an open letter of intent, published in the Observer calling Time with their American sisters in solidarity with the Time’s Up group, formed in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein allegations. Read more

Answers on a Postcard

ANSWERS ON A POSTCARD was our creative response to the #MeToo campaign and with our #Respectis campaign invited you to create, share and discuss thoughts around the current issues and debate on sexual harassment.
In the wake of #MeToo, we’ve been wondering what theatre might look like – on stage, backstage

Answers on a Postcard – a creative response to #MeToo

Our ANSWERS ON A POSTCARD project invites you to IMAGINE what theatre might look like – on stage, backstage and in the office – if we all felt able to call out unacceptable behaviour.
The project is our creative response to the #MeToo campaign and the second phase of our #Respectis discussion on

Stellar Quines response to the #Metoo campaign

Today Stellar Quines announce their support and plan of action in response the #MeToo campaign that has spread across our industry over the past month since the allegations against Harvey Weinstein and others were revealed.
We are working with partners in the Scottish arts industry, uniting together to instigate change.
We invite

#Respectis

#Respectis – join a collective response to the bravery of disclosure seen through #Metoo to make a statement about what behaviours we expect and demand.
What does RESPECT mean to you? Share up to 3 words, in text, sound, film or images, anyway you prefer that sum up what RESPECT means

#MeToo News and Resources

These pages are a work in progress…we will keep adding information to them regularly so please keep checking back!
What’s next?

190 British and Irish actors – including Emma Watson, Carey Mulligan, Kate Winslet, Claire Foy, Noma Dumezweni, Emma Thompson, Jodie Whittaker, Sophie Okonedo and Saoirse Ronan – have launched a new

Supporting #MeToo

In the aftermath of the reports and allegations that have swept across the media this month and shone a bright and uncomfortable light on our industry, we have been deep in conversation about how best to respond. Because we want to respond, with the sector, for what we believe in