Cross Sector

Supporting Creative Europe’s future in the UK

While UK organisations and companies continue to be eligible to submit applications to Creative Europe for now, the UK’s role in the programme after the EU exit remains uncertain. 

Many political and sector representatives from the UK and other European countries are calling for UK participation in Creative Europe to continue.

The following list highlights some of the campaigns and recommendations being made. 

Respond to the public consultation on EU funding

What should the future of EU programmes such as Creative Europe look like? How can we shape Creative Europe's successor to make sure it works for the changing needs of the UK's cultural and audiovisual sectors? 

Ahead of the next EU budget, the European Commission is launching a series of public consultations on budget priorities beyond 2020. As Creative Europe is funded through the EU budget, this is an opportunity to influence its future set-up.

Attend the REACT Festival 2018

Taking place on Monday 26 March to Thursday 29 March 2018, tickets for the REACT Festival are on sale. 

The festival explores the significance of community theatre for the integration of refugees and asylum seekers with host communities across Europe. It is aimed at those who are interested in watching theatre made by refugees and learning more about different approaches to making community theatre across Europe.

New Horizon 2020 call to support the cultural and creative industries

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The European Commission has launched a call, as part of the Horizon 2020 programme, to investigate inclusive and sustainable growth in the cultural and creative industries.

Recognising the sectors’ contribution to employment and growth, even in times of economic crisis, the European Commission is looking to formulate a series of evidence-based  policy recommendations to help mobilise and connect the sectors as well as increase awareness of the economic and societal issues at stake.


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