Black Womxn in Theatre and Eclipse Theatre, in partnership with the Bush Theatre, has launched its #AllofUs Redundancy Care Campaign to support those from Black, Asian, ethnically diverse and migrant arts workers facing redundancy.

The campaign follows concerns that the widespread redundancies across theatre venues nationwide particularly impact staff in public-facing and junior roles – positions that statistics show are most likely to be occupied by Black, Asian, ethnically diverse and migrant arts workers.

In order to enable these communities to continue to make valuable contributions to theatre, the #AllofUs Redundancy Care Campaign pledges to provide assistance to those in financial crisis and suffering from anxiety, as well as a four-week programme of practical support to upskill and empower workers who face employment uncertainty. 

The #HereToStay programme will include masterclasses, coaching, mentoring, plus CV and application guidance from leading experts in the sector.

Find out more about how you can support or benefit from the #AllofUs Redundancy Care Campaign here.