The Diverse City Team and Associates have delivered a range of consultancy and workplace training, specialising in equality and improving access in the arts. We offer expert and professional advice around diversity and we provide creative, relevant and practical training.

We can enable your organisation to become more diverse and inclusive, helping you understand how to best work with and support disabled people.

We are flexible in supporting what you need. Here’s a few examples of what we have delivered recently…

  • Advice to organisations who wanted to improve access across their digital platforms, on the ground at events and on stage within performances.
  • Working with to organisations to understand language and etiquette when trying to reach diverse applicants or audiences.
  • Training with large organisations, advising around governance and policy shifts to increase diversity and equality in the workplace.
  • Creative workshops offering an introduction to basic BSL, understanding language and etiquette around disability and how to adapt physical spaces to increase workplace flexibility.

Previous clients include: AcrojouArts Development CompanyBristol City CouncilBristol Old VicClore Leadership ProgrammeDevon Guild of CraftsmenNational TheatreRamps on the MoonTheatre Royal PlymouthTobacco Factory Theatres

  • “An essential tool for any work place starting to think about diversity in earnest.”

    Participant, Devon Guild of Craftsmen, 2017

  • “[Diverse City’s] brilliant and enlightening work with us so far has helped us to change the way we think about accessibility and integration on stage and off.”

    Emma Stenning, Chief Executive, Bristol Old Vic

  • “The training felt honest, not just going through motions to tick boxes but to actually implement change.”

    Participant, Theatre Royal Plymouth, 2017

  • “Always thought provoking and considered, never judgemental. Their method of getting under the skin of an organisation has increased diversity awareness throughout TRP…
    Everyone can contribute at all levels and in many, many ways, making diversity a priority in everything we do.”

    Theatre Royal Plymouth – Agents for Change 2016

  • “Lighthearted, open approach with a clear focus”

    Participant, Devon Guild of Craftsmen, 2017

Get in touch if you’d like us to present at your event by filling in our Training & Consultancy enquiry form or email louise@diversecity.org.uk.

Photography credits: Dom Moore (1,5 & page header), Joe Clarke (2,4), Michael Achtman (3).