Come along to an evening at The Tron Theatre Victorian Bar on Tuesday 10th of November at 7pm to find out more about becoming a Tron 100 member for 2016.
After a successful exciting first year, The Tron 100 club is now open for applications for 2016.http://www.tron.co.uk/creatives/creatives/100club/.
The event on the 10th will allow you to meet current Tron 100 members, network and find out more what the Tron 100 has to offer before applying. To attend this event please email email@example.com by Friday 6th of November.
Tron 100 is an artistic membership dedicated to developing and supporting artists in the areas of theatre, television and radio. Tron 100 Club offers industry workshops, networking events, panel discussions, dedicated artist led devising, writing and performance opportunities as well as access to discounted rehearsal space. Perhaps most importantly, Tron 100 offers a place to come together regularly to discuss, explore and develop new ideas with the wider artistic community with the support of the Tron Creative Team.
Open to professional actors, writers, directors and other creative roles, The Tron 100 focuses on listening to artists needs and wants in order to work alongside them helping provide opportunities which enhance and develop their chosen career path.
A carefully curated week of events, workshops, discussions and creative opportunities takes place in the building each month to Tron 100 members.
Our aim is to develop and enhance artistic relationships and opportunities in Scotland and further afield in the UK.
Examples of relationships that developed through Tron100 2015 include; Soho Theatre, The Royal Court, The Agency, Shepherd Management, BBC, Oran Mor, Traverse Theatre, Dundee Rep, Orla O’Connor Casting and with individuals such as Stephen Greenhorne, Nicola McCartney, David Leddy, Kai Fischer, Ben Harrison, Matthew Lenton, Charlie Westenra, Jimmy McGovern, David Blair and David Hayman. ( For a full list of all 2015 workshops go to The Tron Creative Page)
Further to this, in 2016 there will be a dedicated Tron 100 performance week which gives the opportunity for members to promote their work as an artist to a wider audience.
All this plus discounts in The Tron Bar and Kitchen and on theatre tickets! Full benefits can be found athttp://www.tron.co.uk/creatives/creatives/100club/.
Membership costs £100 for the year and this can be split over ten months so that it is manageable.
Application deadline for Tron 100 is the 30th of November.
Feedback From Current Tron 100 Members
The most important thing Tron 100 brings is support. A face in the industry to share your ideas with that is willing to lend a hand or point you in the right direction. Space to share and develop your skills. A meeting place where you feel you are welcome and belong, where you are not feeling judged by “what are you up to at the moment” but are asked “What do you want to do now and how can we help.” I genuinely think it is the best thing to happen to our community in years.
As an actor born, bred and based in Glasgow, I have never really been able to access the same sort of networking and learning opportunities as my London counterparts, so the Tron 100 Club is an incredibly welcome innovation.
The best art is often the product of collaboration, and encouraging artists to develop, both personally and professionally, within an inspiring artistic community such as the Tron 100 Club is a fantastic resource for artists at any stage in their career.
Sometimes working in theatre can be a lonely. Standing in front of closed doors, wondering how to get that door opened and then what to do if that door opens. The Tron Theatre has always led by example, producing brilliant and exciting work, as well as programming and supporting emerging artists. And now the Tron 100 wonderfully opens the doors to artists, opens the door to opportunities to learn, to network, to discover, to collaborate, to inspiration and to find who we are as artists.
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