Create Theatre Digitally
We aim to make the Grey Hill a home for Playwrights. We are supporting content to become digitalised, making it accessible to theatre audiences to your content. We offer audio dramatisations of your work. Produce hard and electronic copies of book content as well as production licences. We are marketing your content to our audiences and providing you with a home via our platform—whilst generating new income generations for your work.
To start your journey with The Grey Hill, contact us via the message icon via this page.
At the Grey Hill, we can support your venue in digitalising theatre content to your audiences. We specialise in taking theatre content and making it go digital.
We can support your requirements to enter these markets with our in house experience in digital distribution and develop your strategy for your content.
To make an enquiry, contact us via the message icon via this page.
Lesley Anne Rose
'To be one of the worlds leading theatre producers providing quality entertainment and information, using a diverse portfolio of brands to differentiate our content, services, and products for our audiences. We want to develop the most creative, innovative and profitable theatre experiences and related products in the world'.
Creative Challenge Finalist 2021
Highly Commended 2020
Create theatre that encourages audience participation and reaches them in new ways. Promote collaboration, sharing of ideas that support traditional theatres and audiences that deliver financial returns to our company.
We strive for growth that benefits everyone that takes part in the company. The more creatives that work with us, the more consumers that enjoy our content the more support for our long-term sustainability, which creates opportunities and benefits everyone.
We are accountable for our responsibilities to support everyone in our wider community. From freelance artists to Theatre Venues to audiences that purchase our products. We strive to create theatre that is diverse and supportive that represents the masses and not the few. Becoming a force of good in the creation of theatre.
We want to build and nurture our customers, associates, suppliers and our online community based on open and mutual benefits to each other.
We believe that theatre is the heart of community. Working internationally we create an inclusive and diverse community that supports arts participation. Making theatre accessible to all.
Scotland’s climate change legislation sets a target date for net-zero emissions of all greenhouse gases by 2045. To play our part in achieving this, we champion green planning for the projects we produce and manage, and the audience or participants journey to experience our work, ensuring a minimal carbon footprint across all activities.
We are equally committed to telling the story of climate change and undertaking projects that address environmental issues and empower others as well. Partnerships are important to us and we work with individuals and organisations who are clear in their vision of a just transition to a net-zero emissions world operating under a green economy.
We also undertake our own business continuity planning for the impacts of climate change on our organisation and the wider sectors we work with.
Here are a few things we already do:
We monitor and evaluate all staff journeys and encourage the use of public transport where possible. We encourage all those we work with to do the same.
Where possible we work with suppliers that have a robust environmental policy in place.
Any new equipment the company purchases is as energy-efficient as possible.
We invest in digital and online methods of communication. If we do produce print we use local printers and sustainable paper. Printed materials include an encouragement to recycle.
Where possible all old equipment and sets are repaired, reused, stored or recycled.
Encourage shared resources and knowledge across all areas.
Support attitudinal change.
We encourage all creative team members to source materials they use locally.
Do less, do it better and take time.
Consider well being a benchmark of success, not growth.
Look at budgets differently and consider social and environmental costs, not just financial ones.
Make sustainable choices the norm.
We bank with Starling - Ethics Statement.
Our IT is with Microsoft - Cooperate Social Responsibility.
Our Search Engine Provider is Ecosia - Planting Trees for every search we make.
We are part of the Green Arts Initiative – an interactive community of Scottish arts organisations working to reduce their environmental impact.