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Venues and organisations that are part of the UK National Arts Wellbeing Collective are listed below.

6ft From the Spotlight
ABTT - Association of British Theatre Technicians
Actor's Childrens Trust
Alex Groves - Composer
Almeida Theatre
Anderson Bradshaw Ltd - Safety Consultants
Annette Corbett
Articulate Hub
Arts Council England
Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music
BAPAM - British Association for Performing Arts Medicine
Birmingham Royal Ballet
Burgh House & Hampstead Museum
China Plate Theatre Ltd
Claire Underwood
Collaborative Creations
Dee Ishani - Harakati Yoga
Elaine Ruth White
Exeter Phoenix
Football Association
Frances-Anne Pettigrew
Go Forward Consultancy
Historic Royal Palaces - Kensington Palace
IOSH Theatre Advisory Group
Independant Theatre Council
Jo Paul
Leads Arts, Health and Wellbeing Network
Leicester Theatre Trust Ltd
Little Angel Theatre
London Arts in Health Forum
London Symphony Orchestra
Manchester International Festival
Marlow Theatre
Members from ACC Liverpool
Members from NEC Birmingham
Members from Spektrix
Members of Olympia London
Military Wives Choirs
Mindful Pathway
Music Support
Music and You
My Life is My Business
Northamptonshire Arts Trust
Opera North
Origami Party London
PLASA - Professional Lighting and Sound Association
PSA - Production Services Association
Pep Farley
Rosanna Turton
Rose Bruford College
Rose Theatre, Kingston
Royal Albert Hall
Royal Conservatoire of Scotland
SFL Group
SOLT - Society of London Theatre & UK Theatre
Scottish Chamber Orchestra
Scottish Opera
Sebastian Cater
Sebastian Cater - Freelance Consultant
Snape Maltings Creative Campus
Southbank Sinfonia
Stress Matters
Tall Stories
Tri-Borough Music Hub
UK Health Radio
Up the Road Theatre
Youth Music

Member Organisations / Individuals (“Collective”)

There is currently no limit to the number of Members who can join the Collective.


As a Member you would commit to:

· share resources with the Collective;

· link with other local Members of the Collective to share training and   event opportunities.

As a Member you would benefit from:

· shared resources from the Collective;

· use of UK NAWC logo for any purpose related to promoting Wellbeing through the collective, particularly in reference to UK NAWC work, or to acknowledge the member as an ambassador/ ambassador organisation;

· access any shared Collective training and resources available at a discounted rate;

· access to a number of charities and professional organisations who are interested in supporting the Collective so their details would be available, so you can seek advice;

· invitation to a bi-annual event, hosted by a Strategic Partner, to present progress and future plans of the UK NAWC and an opportunity to share ideas and best practices.



If you would like to join UK NAWC either as an organisation or as an individual, please complete the "Join us" box at the bottom of the Home page.  Membership is free.