Case Studies

  • Birmingham Royal Ballet

    The ballet company will use a loan to re-imagine its iconic production of The Nutcracker for alternative venues
  • Fuse Art Space

    The Bradford-based arts organisation will use investment to launch a pioneering residential arts training programme
  • Village Underground

    The music venue will create a new multi-arts centre in Hackney and partner with arts charity Community Music to deliver social programmes
  • Walk the Plank

    The leading outdoor arts organisation will use its loan to create, and relocate to, a new creative hub in Salford and expand its Learning programme
  • MeWe360

    The creative hub will use a loan to acquire a new, larger-capacity building and scale up its incubator programme for BAME creative entrepreneurs
  • V22

    The studio space provider will use investment to increase its portfolio and preserve a valuable heritage site for community use and benefit
  • Make it Sustainable

    The Birmingham-based charity will use £300,000 to purchase and preserve an industrial heritage building, The Old Print Works
  • Studio Wayne McGregor

    The dance organisation used a cashflow loan to complete the construction of its new studio space in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
  • London School of Mosaic

    The mosaics studio will use its loan to create a venue for a new mosaic focused education programme.
  • Soho Theatre

    The London venue will use investment to set up a digital content subsidiary and produce a pilot run of digital comedy content.
  • Live Theatre

    The Newcastle theatre will use a loan to make the most out of its capital assets and launch a new commercial hospitality venture.
  • Second Floor Studios and Arts

    The London-based studio space provider will use a loan to purchase and develop a new site, the Deptford Foundry.
  • Autograph Media

    Autograph Media will use investment to set up a new image licensing business specialising in race and cultural diversity.
  • Bow Arts Trust

    The educational arts charity will use its £600,000 credit facility from the Arts Impact Fund to purchase and develop property.
  • South East Dance

    The Brighton-based dance agency will use its loan to bridge fundraising and allow work to start on its new hub.
  • Titchfield Festival Theatre

    The volunteer-run theatre group will use investment to improve its venue and become more energy-efficient.