Three organisations will receive a total of £669,966 in the fifteenth round of the Strategic touring programme (announced on 20 August 2014).

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Read more about the projects below, and download a list of all successful applicants to all fifteen rounds of the Strategic touring programme on the right of this web page.

Round 15: successful applicants in detail

Tara Arts Group Ltd (London); the Tara Theatre is an Asian-led London based theatre company that champions creative diversity through cross-cultural theatre. The title of the successful project is Black Live, a three-year programme working with eight regional theatres in England including: Derby Playhouse, Margate Theatre Royal and Peterborough Key Theatre. The company aims to increase and sustain audiences beyond the life of the project, connecting artists of diverse backgrounds with new audiences throughout England.

zeroPlus Theatre (West Midlands) is a Theatre in Education company that wishes to establish a touring network in London, the Midlands, and the South East by touring two new productions that hope to engage South Asian audiences and young people from area of low arts engagement. Considered to specifically be of interest across school and community venues, the first production will concentrate on stories about local people’s involvement in the First World War, with the second considering challenges around faith symbolism.

Raw Material Music & Media (London) aims, with Raw Roads: Invisible, to promote new music, artist development and performance by taking residence in five cities across England. Featuring public performances and workshops based on a musical street performance about home and belonging, Raw Roads aspires to work with young people and culturally diverse communities, including migrant populations, to create musical responses about the themes of culture, identity and migration.