Production Futures goes ON TOUR and ONLINE

The annual event is set to hit the road and computer screens in March and April.

Production Futures CEO, Hannah Eakins and Production Manager, Gabrielle Wilson.

Having delivered four annual live shows from 2016 to 2019 and several online events throughout 2020 and 2021, Production Futures is now set to go ON TOUR with their world-leading experts and partners, opening even more opportunities to engage with young people.

The newly launched Production Futures website will also offer an ONLINE platform to promote opportunities for young people to learn, train, network and develop careers in production across all aspects of live events, music, touring, theatre, TV, broadcast and film.

Production Futures CEO, Hannah Eakins said: “All being well, the first Production Futures ON TOUR Spring events will kick off on Thursday 24 March at the University of Salford Media City campus and then on Tuesday 12 April we will head to Rose Bruford College. We are delighted to finally start planning in-person events again with students being invited from local schools, colleges and universities, the last two years of alumni and young freelancers who might be seeking work or looking for training and networking opportunities.” 

2021 winner of the TPi Breakthrough Awards and BIMM graduate Gabrielle Wilson, 21, will debut as the event’s first ever graduate Production Manager, leading the planning and logistics for delivery of the Spring events. There will be four further events planned throughout the year touring the UK, which will be announced in the next few weeks.

To register, click here.

If you would like to get involved, please contact Hannah Eakins:

This article originally appeared in issue #268 of TPi, which you can read here.