New research on touring in the UK

New research on touring in the UK

David Brownlee of TRG Arts at the 2017 UK Theatre Touring SymposiumTRG's David Brownlee presents new data on touring productions at the UK Theatre Touring Symposium on March 23, 2017. David's research illuminates trends in ticket income from touring and non-touring productions over several years. 

One major takeaway of the study was that touring productions account for the majority of tickets sold and income across UK Theatre venues. The overall figure is driven by the performance of musicals at the largest venues, but the majority of revenues for plays in the UK now also come from touring productions.

Read the coverage of this study in The Stage>>



Posted March 22, 2017
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