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Touring across Europe for UK performing artists and companies

Radar workshop

A Radar session for UK-based artists and small companies working in theatre, dance and live art on navigating European touring post-Brexit

Seated audience of around 20 people watching a performer on stage arranging objects on a table. There are red curtains in the background on railings
Tim Spooner, Assembly of Animals. Photo: Paul Blackemore

Who is this workshop for?
UK-based individual artists and small companies working in theatre, dance and live art who wish to continue working transnationally post Brexit.

What is the workshop about?
While international travel remains uncertain and challenging, we aim to empower artists to continue connecting with our European neighbours, artistic colleagues and audiences.
Artsadmin recently commissioned Nadine Patel and Ania Obolewicz to write a simple, practical guide to support artists and companies to keep touring in Europe. In this session, Nadine and Ania will go through the guide and will address questions from participants.

“At Artsadmin, we hope to empower artists with the information that Nadine Patel and Ania Obolewicz have so skilfully collated to help us all navigate continued and flourishing relationships and partnerships in Europe despite the UK’s exit from the EU.”
Róise Goan, Artistic Director at Artsadmin

From insurance and visas to copyright and cabotage, the guide offers a practical step-by-step overview guide, case studies and country-focused details to help navigate the post-Brexit touring landscape and will continue to be updated as the rules and regulations evolve.

Read the European Touring Guide (Text, audio and Easy Read formats)

Nadine Patel
Nadine has worked in the performing arts sector for over 25 years supporting artists and arts organisations to develop and strengthen their opportunities and growth. She has a wealth of experience and expertise working with international cultural agencies and is adept at working on transnational partnerships and programmes with extensive experience building connections within Europe, Latin America and Africa.

Ania Obolewicz
Ania is a creative producer based in Prague and London specialising in international connections and artists support. With over 10 years experience in the field she has produced interdisciplinary arts projects across the UK and internationally, including Belgium, France, Indonesia, Germany, Czechia, USA, South Korea, Brazil, Palestine and Australia.

  • Closed captions will be provided with
  • BSL interpretation is available on request. When you book, tick the ‘BSL user’ box so we know if BSL is required. Please allow two weeks’ notice of booking so we can arrange this.
  • The event takes place on Zoom. We recommend that you download Zoom on to your device prior to the event. Please see this easy read guide to Zoom put together by our friends Access All Areas.
  • We will have a guardian in the online workshop at all times, so if you ever feel unwell or unsafe, they will be able to support you.
  • Please email if you have any further access requests

Date and time

15 September 2021
Free, but booking required

Please note
This is now a past event.