What we offer: Consultation

Consultation | Jeremy’s experience and creativity in all aspects of the arts make him a valuable and knowledgeable addition to any project. In the last few years Jeremy has been involved in a number of events in the capacity of consultant, namely the resurrection of the Totnes Lantern Festival, the Totnes Sculpture Trail, Ratchet Theatre’s Research and Development Arts Council funding application, Totnes Tourist Information Centre’s end of season visitor report and the Acorn Art Centre’s report in to utilising St. John’s Hall Penzance as a performance venue.

Between 2007 and 20115 Jeremy conceived and managed the end of year graduate performances at South Devon College in Paignton. These ranged from performances in a bath, a busking festival, a Victorian parlour magic show, numerous stage productions and the creation of a “celebrity”, named (rather aptly) Celia Brity!


Jeremy has been involved with, and taught arts and events management for many years and has conceived as well as managed many projects, these include:

  • Teignmouth’s TRAIL project which sees recycled sculptures exhibited in the flower beds of Teignmouth annually
  • The Art Farm Project at Newton Abbot’s Rocombe farm involving 47 artists responding to the derelict farm
  • Jeremy was the Arts Officer for the South Hams for the 2004 Devon Open Studios and was jointly responsible for the county-wide brochure
  • For the 2005 Jeremy was contracted to produce the evaluation report for both Dorchester Town Council and Arts Council England into the financial impact of the Dorchester Festival on the town of Dorchester
  • Jeremy was the administrator for Devon Artsculture, a European funded organisation which provided business support for artists in the South Hams and West Devon in the form of workshops, exhibition opportunities and online / website support
  • In 2013 Jeremy was the administrator, technical manager and production manager for Peter Oswald’s seminal drama “Lucifer Saved”, which was performed at London’s Lion and Unicorn Theatre and toured to Berlin, Germany
  • In 2014 Jeremy was responsible for setting up and running the Short Shrifts Theatre Company Ltd
  • In 2016 Jeremy was employed as Production Manager by the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts in London and took approximately 20 students to Romania for a week to perform a student showcase; he also operated lighting and sound
  • Jeremy has also Stage / Production managed 12 theatrical / dance / puppetry tours around Britain, being responsible for technical aspects of the tours including scheduling, health and safety, licensing, contracts, budgets, accounting, insurance and marketing
  • Jeremy ran The Acorn Arts Centre in Penzance for 2 years overseeing the inaugural Cornish Language Festival and introducing Circus to the repertoire as well as setting up an art gallery on the premises. He also turned an operating loss in to an operating surplus during these 2 years
Hands On
We can offer a hands-on consultation which will look at all aspects of your project; aspects which could include, but not be limited to:


  • Scheduling / planning / mapping
  • Technical aspects
  • Health and Safety
  • Funding (including public funding, sponsorship and crown-funding)
  • Licensing
  • Contracts
  • Budgets
  • Accounting
  • Insurance
  • Marketing
  • Evaluation etc
Many an event manager or project manager can be seen relaxing during an event. Is this because they have nothing to do? Hopefully not. This is, in fact, an ideal scenario. Doing your homework before an event starts can save time, embarrassment and money. A small fee for a consultancy before an event starts can save considerable resources in the long run.

Any other questions? Please Contact Me

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