Our Live From Stratford-upon-Avon screenings could soon be coming to village halls, pubs, arts centres and libraries in villages and towns.

A new digital distribution platform, Cinegi Arts&Film, means that all kinds of venues can become cinemas, bringing public screenings of filmed theatre, music, dance, ballet and opera to audiences in all kinds of venues across the UK.

Othello production images_ 2015_Photo by Keith Pattison _c_ RSC_Othello.2634
Hugh Quarshie and Joanna Vanderham in our 2015 Othello, available for screenings through Cinegi.
Photo by Keith Pattison © RSC – Image Licensing

Anybody can be a ‘promoter’, able to organise a screening – browse the catalogue of titles, select content and book a programme specifically for their local audience.

Cinegi Arts&Film is simple and easy to use; it requires no specialist kit and works as a download over standard broadband and the public internet.

We were involved in Cinegi's original pilot scheme and received some great feedback from the small scale venues that took part. The platform means that more people could have a chance to experience our theatre on screen, in their local communities.

More about Cinegi Arts&Film 

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