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Les Passagers Time is like water flowing, Greenwich+Docklands International Festival, 2008, Photo: Doug Southall


Community Circus Performance, NoFit State Circus, Barricade, Fuse Medway Festival, 2012





Evaluations, Research, Feasibility & Impact Studies



We offer expertise in identifying and appraising the impacts of cultural sectors, projects and programmes or in testing the feasibility of creative, business, operational or capital plans.


We can help you undertake strategic sector Research, Audits and Reviews or to conduct formal Economic Impact or Feasibility Studies to test the reach of programmes or lay the foundations for future policy or investment.


We can provide packages of advice or support to meet your needs; from Initial Guidance in setting-up robust evaluation frameworks, to conducting Longitudinal Reviews. We offer experience in evaluating arts and cultural programmes against public health, community development, education or young people's service agendas.


  • In 2014 we evaluated the two-year Raising the Game programme for ARC, Stockton on Tees and its aims to increase the amount and quality of theatre and spoken word created and performed in the NE region and to support the cross fertilisation of ideas, skills and professional practice between performing artists and companies across the country.
  • We have carried out evaluations of outdoor arts festivals in the UK - In 2008/09 he conducted an economic impact study of Winchester Hat Fair, in 2008, with arts consultant Neil Debnam, he evaluated Greenwich+Docklands International Festival and in 2012 he evaluated the model and management of Medway Fuse Festival on behalf of Medway Council
  • In 2009 we worked with Creek Creative CIC on a feasibility study into the development of a new practitioner-led studios, gallery and café complex in Faversham, Kent, that included detailed business and financial planning alongside advice on economic impacts and capital infrastructure development