New international bursaries for UK bloggers

Apply by 28 November for the chance to travel overseas – to Nigeria, Romania or a country of your choice – and get a piece of work published

New international bursaries for UK bloggers

British Council Theatre and Dance are thrilled to announce a brand new opportunity enabling arts bloggers in the UK to have an international experience, discovering a performance scene in another country and developing their careers.

The British Council’s International Bursaries for Bloggers will offer three winners the chance to travel to Lagos, Romania or to a country of their choice. They will be encouraged to follow their interests. We’ll ask them to produce some work about theatre, dance or performance inspired by their visit – to be published by the British Council, by themselves, or by another publisher.

There are three different bursaries:

  1. Discover a project
    Experience Lagos during Lagos Theatre Festival, one of the largest performing arts festivals in West Africa. The British Council will give lots of support to plan the winner’s itinerary and someone local will guide them around the city's arts scene.

  2. Explore a country
    Visit Romania and uncover its performance scene. The British Council will give advice to the winner to help them plan their trip.

  3. Follow your idea
    Create your own international journey of discovery, designing your itinerary and budget, with some quick tips from the British Council for the winner.

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Header Image Credit: British Council Theatre and Dance


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