This February we will be touring The Man Who Thought He Knew Too Much to 15 different venues throughout the United Kingdom, and we are passionate about investing time and money into reaching audiences who don’t typically go to the theatre. The physical, fast-paced, comedic nature of our show makes it accessible to a public with or without a background in theatre. The development of this show has been shaped by feedback following work-in-progress showings to non-english speaking primary school students in France, a sustainable farming community in rural Vermont, and avid theatre goers in central London. There are discounted tickets to all of our performances available to anyone for whom ticket price is a barrier to attending. We are hoping to raise £5,350. If you buy us a coffee or two, your money will go towards: Printing and sending physical marketing assets (posters, banners, and flyers) £350 Targeted Social Media and Google Search Ads £300 Community Ambassadors: We will pay one community member in each of the towns we visit for 5 hours of work to distribute flyers and hang posters in community centers, schools, and town halls. £20/hr x 5hours x 15 venues = £1,500 PR and Marketing: Two members of Voloz Collective will spend two weeks working full-time on reaching audiences new to theatre. This will include, offering free online physical theatre workshops to schools and community organisations, finding and coordinating community ambassadors, contacting local press, designing and implementing targeted social media ads, and liaising with the marketing managers of each venue. £20/hr x 40hr/week x2 weeks x 2 people = £3,200 TOTAL = £5,350
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