Freelancers Make Theatre Work Supported Studies
Big Freelancer Report - 2022
One of the largest reports of its kind, designed to listen to & articulate the diverse voices of freelancers working in an industry navigating a multi-faceted crisis.
Job Juggling Report - 2022
Research by creative freelancers in the performing arts shows 98% of creative freelance workers have been dependent on other work or income during their careers.
This research was carried out by freelance members of the Creative Freelancers: Shaping London’s Recovery (CF:SLR) cohort in 2021.
Omicron Variant Impact Study - 2022
Measuring the impact of the Omicron Variant for the period December 2021 – January 2022
Survey designed in collaboration with the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport.
The Big Freelancer Report - 2021
One year on from the beginning of the pandemic, The Big Freelancer Report maps the problems facing the freelance workforce and makes practical recommendations for change.
Study - Routes To Recovery - 2020
This report was created by an unaffiliated group of analysts and theatre freelancers. It includes data gathered by SDUK, Freelancers Make Theatre Work and Curtain Call through the Big Freelancer Survey, as well as pre-existing Arts Council data.
Study - Interdependence: Freelancers and Organisations 2020
This report was written by Freelancers Make Theatre Work and includes data gathered from over 90 producing organisations throughout the UK.
Further Studies and Reports
Studies - COVID and Theatre
A series of studies collated from various organisations specifically looking at how COVID-19 has impacted the Performing Arts
Studies - Arts and Culture
Wider studies on Arts and Culture from governmental sources, arts bodies, theatre companies, organisations and more.