Jermyn Street Theatre’s former artistic director Gene David Kirk has launched an advisory body to help artists stage work on the fringe using a cooperative business model.

The director has set up the group, called the CoOp Theatre, to assist creatives who want to produce work on a profit-share basis, in which all members invest the same amount of money and receive an equal proportion of the profits.

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http://www.thestage.co.uk/news/2014/01/cooperative-fringe-model-launched-former-jermyn-street-director/

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  1. Margaret Ashley on January 25, 2014 at 4:02 pm said:

    Good work getting publicity straight away.Glad Sunday went well, my trains were not working properly, always seem to be engineering works or something, so ended up having to return home as it would have taken me hours to get to you and would probably have missed the meeting anyway!Rattigan sounds good, which one?

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