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STATEMENT FROM NICOLAS KENT (Artistic Director of Tricycle)  - March 2012“The Art’s Council’s funding to the Tricycle theatre this year will decrease by £35,000, compared to what was received in 2010 – 2011. Such funding cuts by the ACE are made all the more difficult by the fact that local authority funding has also been lost as a result of government spending cuts.- Nicolas Kent"Although almost all arts institutions have received some reduction to their grants; it will have a more profound effect on the smaller, regional theatres, which have been disproportionately cut compared to larger national institutions. Such larger establishments are not as significantly affected, as a much smaller proportion of their budget is reliant upon funding from local authorities. A further issue is that such institutions are in a better position to be able to fundraise commercial, business and private philanthropic funds compared to smaller arts companies because sponsors are more likely to want to be associated with a more high- profile established institution. Inevitably this diminution in subsidy will lead to fewer risks being taken, less adventurous work and fewer opportunities for new and exciting talent. In the end the arts in Britain will be the loser both creatively and financially.” 
Supported by: 


Edward Hall (Artistic Director of Hampstead Theatre)

Kristine Landon-Smith (Artistic Director of Tamasha) 

Steve Marmion (Artistic Director of Soho Theatre)

Max Stafford-Clark (Artistic Director of Out of Joint)

Polly Teale (Artistic Director of Shared Experience) 

Sam Walters (Artistic Director of Orange Tree Theatre) 





More info: www.maresaharvey.com
Curtain Call 

Maresa Harvey 

STATEMENT FROM NICOLAS KENT (Artistic Director of Tricycle)

- March 2012

“The Art’s Council’s funding to the Tricycle theatre this year will decrease by £35,000, compared to what was received in 2010 – 2011. Such funding cuts by the ACE are made all the more difficult by the fact that local authority funding has also been lost as a result of government spending cuts.

- Nicolas Kent

"Although almost all arts institutions have received some reduction to their grants; it will have a more profound effect on the smaller, regional theatres, which have been disproportionately cut compared to larger national institutions. Such larger establishments are not as significantly affected, as a much smaller proportion of their budget is reliant upon funding from local authorities. 

A further issue is that such institutions are in a better position to be able to fundraise commercial, business and private philanthropic funds compared to smaller arts companies because sponsors are more likely to want to be associated with a more high- profile established institution. 

Inevitably this diminution in subsidy will lead to fewer risks being taken, less adventurous work and fewer opportunities for new and exciting talent. In the end the arts in Britain will be the loser both creatively and financially.”

Supported by: 



Edward Hall (Artistic Director of Hampstead Theatre)
Kristine Landon-Smith (Artistic Director of Tamasha) 
Steve Marmion (Artistic Director of Soho Theatre)
Max Stafford-Clark (Artistic Director of Out of Joint)
Polly Teale (Artistic Director of Shared Experience) 
Sam Walters (Artistic Director of Orange Tree Theatre) 





Curtain Call Maresa Harvey 
STATEMENT FROM NICOLAS KENT (Artistic Director of Tricycle)  - March 2012“The Art’s Council’s funding to the Tricycle theatre this year will decrease by £35,000, compared to what was received in 2010 – 2011. Such funding cuts by the ACE are made all the more difficult by the fact that local authority funding has also been lost as a result of government spending cuts.- Nicolas Kent"Although almost all arts institutions have received some reduction to their grants; it will have a more profound effect on the smaller, regional theatres, which have been disproportionately cut compared to larger national institutions. Such larger establishments are not as significantly affected, as a much smaller proportion of their budget is reliant upon funding from local authorities. A further issue is that such institutions are in a better position to be able to fundraise commercial, business and private philanthropic funds compared to smaller arts companies because sponsors are more likely to want to be associated with a more high- profile established institution. Inevitably this diminution in subsidy will lead to fewer risks being taken, less adventurous work and fewer opportunities for new and exciting talent. In the end the arts in Britain will be the loser both creatively and financially.” 
Supported by: 


Edward Hall (Artistic Director of Hampstead Theatre)

Kristine Landon-Smith (Artistic Director of Tamasha) 

Steve Marmion (Artistic Director of Soho Theatre)

Max Stafford-Clark (Artistic Director of Out of Joint)

Polly Teale (Artistic Director of Shared Experience) 

Sam Walters (Artistic Director of Orange Tree Theatre) 





More info: www.maresaharvey.com
Curtain Call 

Maresa Harvey 

STATEMENT FROM NICOLAS KENT (Artistic Director of Tricycle)

- March 2012

“The Art’s Council’s funding to the Tricycle theatre this year will decrease by £35,000, compared to what was received in 2010 – 2011. Such funding cuts by the ACE are made all the more difficult by the fact that local authority funding has also been lost as a result of government spending cuts.

- Nicolas Kent

"Although almost all arts institutions have received some reduction to their grants; it will have a more profound effect on the smaller, regional theatres, which have been disproportionately cut compared to larger national institutions. Such larger establishments are not as significantly affected, as a much smaller proportion of their budget is reliant upon funding from local authorities. 

A further issue is that such institutions are in a better position to be able to fundraise commercial, business and private philanthropic funds compared to smaller arts companies because sponsors are more likely to want to be associated with a more high- profile established institution. 

Inevitably this diminution in subsidy will lead to fewer risks being taken, less adventurous work and fewer opportunities for new and exciting talent. In the end the arts in Britain will be the loser both creatively and financially.”

Supported by: 



Edward Hall (Artistic Director of Hampstead Theatre)
Kristine Landon-Smith (Artistic Director of Tamasha) 
Steve Marmion (Artistic Director of Soho Theatre)
Max Stafford-Clark (Artistic Director of Out of Joint)
Polly Teale (Artistic Director of Shared Experience) 
Sam Walters (Artistic Director of Orange Tree Theatre) 





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BA (Hons) Contemporary Media Practice 2012 Degree Show

Exhibition at P3 Gallery, 35 Marylebone Road, London, UK
Baker St Tube Station
18th-20th June
Private View: Monday 18th, 5:30-8:30pm


Screening of Moving Image work at Roxy Bar & Cinema
London Bridge Tube Station
17th June
1-6pm


Screening of Moving Image work at The Regent Street Cinema, 309 Regent Street
Oxford Circus Tube Station
22nd June
6-10pm