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Theatre without walls (or doors – or any other barrier!)

[Update 10.06.2012 – Five Minute Theatre wins a Critics Award for Theatre in Scotland (CATS) – category best technological production.] The Stage quotes judge Robert Dawson Scott, theatre critic of The Times:  “For once, it wasn’t the pin point accuracy or the polished slickness of the endeavour that impressed: it was the sheer scale of the ambition […]

Responsibly international performing arts practice (its digital & environmentally sustainable!)

The British Council have been hosting their Edinburgh Showcase 2011, as part of the Edinburgh Festivals which included a digital day, focusing on creating engaging digital content (case studies: Digital Theatre, NT LIve!, Watershed) and engaging audiences digitally (case studies: National Theatre Wales, Sadler’s Wells, Hoipolloi & us, Envirodigital). I talked to the international delegates […]

Live now – five minute theatre!

Since 5pm we’ve been webcasting a brilliantly innovative virtual, live theatre project. National Theatre Scotland are celebrating being 5 years old with 24 hours of live theatre – by everyone, for anyone. Envirodigital are the technical consultants and part of the live production team!

National Theatre Scotland launch new virtual live theatre project

I’m delighted to announce that my other company#fiveminutetheatre! Envirodigital are consultant producers for Five Minute Theatre. NATIONAL THEATRE OF SCOTLAND MARKS ITS 5TH BIRTHDAY WITH A VIRTUAL 24 HOUR THEATRE PROJECT Today, 25th February, 2011, the National Theatre of Scotland marks its fifth birthday by opening public submissions for a nationwide virtual theatre project as […]

Envirodigital consultant producers of new virtual live theatre project

We’re delighted to announce #fiveminutetheatre! NATIONAL THEATRE OF SCOTLAND MARKS ITS 5TH BIRTHDAY WITH A VIRTUAL 24 HOUR THEATRE PROJECT Today, 25th February, 2011, the National Theatre of Scotland marks its fifth birthday by opening public submissions for a nationwide virtual theatre project as well as announcing details of a series of public platforms aimed […]

The art of webcasting, part 2

[A longer version of this article by Hannah Rudman was first published in Arts Professional magazine, issue 222, 19.07.10] A webcast is a media file distributed over the Internet using streaming media technology to distribute a single linear content source to many simultaneous listeners/viewers. A webcast may either be distributed live, or on demand. Webcasting […]

Scotland wake up! Your CO2 footprint will soon be counted!

Here at Envirodigital, we’ve been working to help businesses think of digital solutions that reduce their carbon emissions and spend on energy and travel and increase their sustainable ability. Most cultural and heritage sector businesses don’t fall under under the government’s current legislation (covering around 5000 of Scotland’s biggest public venues) around reducing carbon emissions. […]

The art of webcasting

Envirodigital has been webcasting clients’ events for six months now. Our clients want to: increase the scale, access, reach, impact and legacy of their events; and create a good quality experience for those who chose not to travel to attend the live event. At Envirodigital, we’re thrilled to work with our clients in the cultural […]

New theatre show webcasts to your home – and you get to party!

Black Country Touring, Kali Theatre Company and Birmingham Rep Theatre are using webcasting to realise their latest play – set in homes across the Black Country! Behna is a play based in a Punjabi household set the day before a family wedding. As the guests are busy eating, singing and dancing, tension is brewing in […]