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Set the scene with our theatre insurance, whether you run a business or theatre group:
Your property, equipment, set and stage is key to a great performance. That’s why we include many types of protection for things like technical equipment, lights and rigs, musical instruments, props, sets and costumes. So whether it’s for theft or an accidental breakage, you can pick and choose the cover you need.
Your performers, staff and guests are the life and soul of your theatre. So our theatre policies include optional levels of public and employers liability insurance for their protection. Our business interruption cover can provide a pay out if an incident means you have to stop trading. We even offer our customers a free online risk management service which provides document templates, online training and regulatory updates.
No one ever wants to cancel a performance, not after all the work that gone in and with expecting guests queuing round the street. We have specialist cancellation protection to cover you if the show really can’t go on. So in the event of an insured peril (such as a delayed flight for the performers, or a fire in the building) we can pay out to cover the loss of income and reputation.
If you have a theatre or drama group you may want to have specific insurance for them, as well as your business. Our liability package covers you to hold rehearsals and performances on your premises but we can also include optional travel insurance specifically for performance groups too. This includes medical expenses, cancellation, equipment cover and personal belongings and is priced based on how much you travel.
Our in house insurance claims team are on hand Monday to Friday between 9am and 5pm to support you. Furthermore, if you have a more urgent concern, we offer a 24 hour helpline too.
For material damage and business interruption claims of over £5,000 you can count on our Claims Assist team. We will appoint a chartered loss adjuster specialising in the type of loss you have experienced to look after your interests and ensure the entire claims process is handled quickly, fairly and without unnecessary stress.
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Theatre Safe is our free service designed to help small to medium size theatres and companies navigate the world of risk and risk management. It includes template documents to help assess and manage the risks you face as a business plus, online training and regular updates to changes and development in this area.
We are well positioned in the insurance market to source the best cover for things like pyrotechnics and aerial displays. Due to the higher risk involved, it does shorten the list of possible policies available but we will be sure to provide the best available option we can find.
The short answer is yes. Anyone working on behalf of your company either paid (full time or part time), interns, volunteers, contractors and in some cases, performers can be classed as employees. It is therefore your legal responsibility to make sure you have adequate cover in place for their protection.
Yes, we can provide the correct cover for private or public events and even open air events and those away from the theatre itself. Simply make us aware of your requirements when you speak with one of our advisors.
Absolutely, not only do we have a long history in providing specialist insurance to niche industries but Kenny Robinson, an Account Executive in our theatre insurance department has 36 years experience in the theatre as a performer, designer, director and choreographer with BA Drama from Wits University. For the last 15 years he has been heavily involved with the Little Theatre Guild central region members as a performer/director and served on the committee of The Loft Theatre in Leamington Spa as Artistic and Technical Director. If Kenny is happy with a policy in this area, this is when we know it’s ready to be sold!
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