Please note: Stage Sight activity is currently paused and our doors are closed for now, as we rebuild, refurbish and rejuvenate, ready to come back in 2024.
What do we do?
Stage Sight works to promote an off stage workforce that is more reflective of our society today, inclusive of ethnicity, class and disability.
Who is involved?
We are a collaborative network of organisations and individuals working in theatre and the performing arts.
What can I do?
Implement new, practical ways to improve the representation of your off stage workforce.
“It takes a whole team to put on a show – from the front of house staff, to designers, lighting engineers and actors – which is why it is so important that our theatres have a workforce that represents the diversity of our city. These exciting and life-changing career opportunities must be open to people from all backgrounds.
I want to congratulate Stage Sight in driving forward diversity and representation in the theatre workforce in London and across the country – and I urge the creative sector as a whole to follow their example and increase access to these rewarding careers.”
Justine Simons, Deputy Mayor for Culture
and the Creative Industries