We acknowledge that institutional and systemic racism exists at all levels and in all facets of society, including in our cultural institutions. 

As a company made up predominantly of white employees and board members, we acknowledge institutional racism exists and occurs at Tron Theatre.

We know we have a responsibility to address this and to do our part advocating for change within the theatre, the sector and our wider society. 

We want people who experience and have experienced racism to feel safe, included and represented within and by the Tron Theatre. This includes our staff, collaborators, freelancers, and audiences. 

We want to actively and positively welcome and celebrate different cultural and ethnic identities within our programme of work, our audiences, our approach to collaboration and our organisation as a whole.

We are committed to approaching this work with care, whole-heartedness, and a thorough resolve.

We are committed to learn, to listen, to change, as well as to being accountable and transparent. 

A further detailed action plan will follow.

Relevant policy documents are available to download below:

Anti-racism statement – artists of colour (word version)
Anti-racism statement – artists of colour (pdf version)

Safer Working Statement (word version)
Safer Working Statement (pdf version)