Missed live performances? Find out how they can help you to give your community great nights out, right on their doorstep.

Attend Live&Local’s free information event on Wednesday 30th June, 7pm, to discover more about becoming a Live & Local volunteer promoter.

Live & Local have a network of over 250 volunteer promoter groups.

As live shows start up again, what better time to get involved?

They’d like to invite you to discover more about becoming a volunteer promoter at the free online event coming up on Wednesday, 30th June at 7pm. Meet the team, ask your questions and discover how you can bring your community together with great nights out of top-quality entertainment in your village.

SAVE YOUR SPACE: https://bit.ly/Live-and-local-find-out-more

Bringing live theatre, music, storytelling, dance and family shows to your community is one of the most rewarding things you can do.

Flyer. A man in a bowler hat and black suit sings into a microphone and plays the guitar. An orange box overlayed with white text reads: Rural touring is where the liveliest events happen, where the warmest friendships are made. The Guardian. Another reads: The events my family, friends and I have attended have all been wonderful and have brought the whole community together. Audience Member. A white sticker reads: Passionate about making a difference in your community? Bring great nights out of top quality entertainment to your village. An orange banner lower down the page has a white Live & Local Logo and text that reads Rural & Community touring networks. Surprising shows in surprising places. Arts Council Lottery Funded logo. Image: A parlour Concert by Mister Keith."

  • Take on a challenge. Try something new.
  • Bring people together. Bring happiness to your community.
  • Make a difference.
  • Make new friends.
  • Socialise. Have fun!

Please see the attached flyer for more information about getting involved, and don’t hesitate to contact admin@liveandlocal.org.uk if you have any questions about attending the event.

Live & Local information event for voluntary groups in Nottinghamshire & Lincolnshire