Tamasha Developing Artists gives its members the opportunity to work closely with our creative team, and to share in the company’s distinctive practice. Our approach aims to explore the artistic possibilities which are offered when artists from different cultural backgrounds are positively encouraged to collaborate.
“The teaching standards were very high and we were pushed all the way to learn as much as we could”
Nadia Fall, director and Design Direct participant
Being part of a network
Providing integrated, career-long support and professional development is central to the ethos of Tamasha Developing Artists. We don’t want to offer an isolated experience, and so we have developed close relationships with a number of partner organisations. These partnerships ensure that Tamasha can provide its members with a breadth of opportunities which complement and augment existing training provision.
TDA programme partners have included The Unicorn Theatre, The Mulberry School for Girls, the Conservatoire for Dance & Drama, (a leading HE institution which comprises eight specialist schools including RADA, LAMDA, the Central School of Ballet and Circus Space), the British Library, The Society of British Theatre Designers, Clean Break Theatre Company, Goldsmiths College, Nottingham Playhouse and Nottingham Trent University.