We invest in projects the length and breadth of England to help us achieve our mission of great art and culture for everyone. Browse our case studies and get the story behind some of our funded projects below.
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06 April 2016 / Case study
The Point in Eastleigh have transformed the way that venues can help to develop and support creative talent.
04 April 2016 / Case study
Dance pieces can be exciting, varied and dynamic, but they can also be quite challenging. The more abstract the piece, the more difficult it can be for new audiences to appreciate and enjoy the work in front of them. South East Dance found this can create a barrier to future attendance.
23 March 2016 / Case study
The therapeutic benefits of music are well documented, particularly for people who are living with the effects of dementia. Not only can music create a soothing, uplifting experience, it can also provide valuable memory triggers that seem impossible to achieve using other communication methods.
13 January 2016 / Case study
Two theatre companies teamed up to give children in the West Midlands a unique look at life in the theatre. The year-long project has inspired creativity and helped build practical skills.
16 December 2015 / Case study
14 December 2015 / Case study
The Cultural Education Partnership for Brighton and Hove carries out research into the way local communities engage with the arts
02 December 2015 / Case study
Stopgap Dance Company works with exceptional disabled and non-disabled dancers to create inventive performances
24 November 2015 / Case study
As the South West’s bridge organisation, Real Ideas Organisation has supported the beginnings of a Cultural Education Partnership in Plymouth
23 November 2015 / Case study
Tangle, South West England’s African-Caribbean theatre company, aims to address the issue of poor black and minority ethnic representation in theatre
05 November 2015 / Case study
The Belgrade Theatre in Coventry aims to give a voice to local communities, creating original performances inspired by young people’s experiences