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not now at The Place, London

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Update 16:30 Mon 16th March - THIS EVENT WILL TAKE PLACE - but it will be virtual. Not at The Place/London. Please book in the normal way and we will send through a code. Stay at home. Stay in your office. Keep safe but please enter the discussion.  All you need is a laptop/phone and camera, access to wifi, and simple logon.

Update 19:23 Mon 23rd - joining instructions and agenda sent to all those who have booked. Anyone booking between now and 4pm tomorrow (Tue) will get a last minute joining email too. 

What do independent and commercial/subsidised organisational creative producers need from a network, a union, an association or from the existing industry bodies. What can we do to protect the wellness, and nurture the prosperity of the "employers" of the future. How do we as a global network of passionate beings connect across borders and collaborate multi-culturally.  Join a gathering on Tue 24th March 6pm at The Place on Duke Street when we will explore ideas, growing from the Producers' Pool survey and discussions at the ITC Conference and the recent D&D15 Open Space.

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Immense thanks in advance to Caron J Lyon of PCM Creative for working with CGO to make this possible and to Joshua Foyster, freelance producer, for inspiring much of the topic and working with CGO on the transcript and exc summary of this meeting.

To access the discussion/meeting you will need a laptop and camera (or I guess your phone) and the ability to log onto the internet using Chrome or Firefox. The meeting will start at 6pm as indicated, with full discussion starting 6.15pm until around 8pm.  We will celebrate our virtual gathering by raising a glass/cup at some point to mark our first truly in the cloud event.  Have your own cup or glass filled throughout the meeting - that's your job (or your staff of course).

We will not have any text support this time. We are just pulling this together without any funding or time. I hope that this will be something we explore for the future to increase the broadening of access beyond a monthly London meeting.



CGO works as a facilitator, coaching, producing, and teaching organisation working with UK and international theatre practitioners. We are based in Blackness, Edinburgh and London