LEADERS OF TOMORROW
LEADERS OF TOMORROW was a bespoke leadership programme and a collective of theatre practitioners of colour.
We believe that the future of theatre leadership should look and feel different so Leaders of Tomorrow wasn't just made up of directors, but a variety of professionals who wanted to lead theatre companies and buildings. We brought together 24 of the most exciting theatre-makers, writers, producers, actors, administrators, designers, practitioners and movement directors from across the country, with real ambitions to become sector leaders and change the face of British theatre.
our LEADERS OF TOMORROW
met the artistic and executive directors of leading London and regional theatres;
attended a series of leadership and management workshops, led and hosted by the Independent Theatre Council (ITC);
enjoyed access to the artistic directors of 20 Stories High, Freedom Studios, Talawa Theatre Company and tiata fahodzi;
accessed RTYDS’ wider programme of career development workshops;
built lasting relationships with the sector and other leaders of today and tomorrow.
MEET THE LEADERS
Through the ADLP I got to learn and develop myself as a person with a wonderful national network
of artists and inspirational leaders.
I would say I can't wait to see what we all do, but we're already doing it!"
Bhavini Goyate, Administrator
what our LEADERS said about the programme
It has been a great journey connecting with various organisations, artists and industry peers. We’re definitely going to keep in touch which is the most valuable part of these programmes. I’ve learnt a lot about leadership. It’s been fitting to be on the programme at a concurrent time to exciting leadership changes in various cultural organisations across the UK."
Keisha Thompson, Performance Artist & Producer
Leaders of Tomorrow assisted me in developing skills that freelancers often don't get the opportunity to develop, and allowed space and time to focus on what our industry could look like in the future."
Prema Mehta, Lighting Designer