Join us at @pilot_theatre for TheatreLivestream.TV project

18 Jan

Pilot Theatre’s new project working with arts organisations is TheatreLivestream.TV


Pilot Theatre have been livestreaming theatre performances, conferences and events for over six years now. We started at our first Shift Happens conference in 2008, and our Pilot-Theatre.TV channel has been active delivering performances, conferences, events for organisations and venues up and down the country. Most notably we delivered the 6 camera livestream of the York Mysteries for the BBC and The Space, through to our most recent webcast of Blood + Chocolate , and we are about to deliver the livestream and connections for No Boundaries with Watershed.


We would like to offer the opportunity for organisations and venues who would like to stream their own work, to join us with our new venture – TheatreLivestream.TVThis would enable you to share your work widely, increase reach both locally, nationally and Internationally. We know that this area is growing rapidly and with our knowledge and expertise we can make this happen for your organisation.


We are very aware that all the research shows that audiences are engaging with this new form very positively indeed, and that it can be used to develop your existing audience.

How it works – our Digital Production Team here at Pilot Theatre will work with you and your company to deliver webcast livestreams of your performances. These will be broadcast on your own player, and will be made accessible and integrated into our own website.These will then be archived for you and built into your YouTube channel, where we will fully caption them for you and provide translation subtitles where required.


We will work with your in-house team to deliver the best quality delivery of your chosen performances. We will work with your design team to ensure that we place our cameras to work within your stage set to maximise the points of view for your online audience, whilst minimising disruption for your live audience.

We already have several venues who have signed up for this initiative and are looking forward to working with us in developing this form. We are the company that puts creative theatre teams to work with you to deliver the best possible digital livestream of your work.

If you would like to put your organisation’s name down and to discuss this with us, then please contact us and email our Artistic Director, Marcus Romer

2 Responses to “Join us at @pilot_theatre for TheatreLivestream.TV project”

  1. marcusromer March 25, 2014 at 1:20 pm #

    Reblogged this on Marcus Romer's Blog.


  1. Something to Stream About | Theatre Room Asia - January 22, 2014

    […] Marus Romer, artistic director of Pilot Theatre, announced the launch of a new a project, via his blog, that aims to create a country-wide live streaming service, LiveTheatreStream.TV. Pilot have been […]

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