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Artist Development

Supporting unheard voices, developing new artists and

building our ensemble

Seemia Theatre are committed to supporting the development of artists. Artists at the beginning of their new career, whatever their age, need inspiring and nurturing, guidance and support. As we have been supported by countless organisations and artists, we know it's the right time for us to pay this favour forward. 


We believe in building a diverse arts industry by providing training, networking and mentoring opportunities to break down barriers that some aspiring or emerging artists face. We are particularly keen to provide opportunities for people with history of migration, who may have English as a Second Language, from Iranian, Middle Eastern and Latinx heritage.

If you or your organisation thinks you can work with Seemia to provide new opportunities for emerging artists, then get in touch via our contact sheet or via email.


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Throughout 2023, we were invited to mentor Berfin Orman, an ITI Academy Fellow. 

Alongside regular online meetings of our knowledge sharing, guidance, and discussions about directing, we attended the ITI Conference, 'Why Conflict & Care' during the Theater der Welt Festival in Frankfurt, co-curated by Berfin Orman

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Actor Training Pathway

June 2022 and 2023

As part of residencies to develop our new production, 'Everything That's The Case', we developed a paid training opportunity for young black actors from or with strong ties to Norwich and East of England. Supported with funding and guidance from Norwich Theatre.

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June 2022 and 2023

As part of our residencies to develop our new production, 'Everything That's The Case', we provided 9 volunteering spaces, where people who had an interest in multimedia theatre were given the experience of hands on learning with filming and observing a rehearsals

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