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ARC has a number of enhanced relationships with selected regional artists and companies whose work we feel is valuable to ARC’s artistic programme. Packages of support are tailored to the needs of the individual artists, but the relationship is intended to lead to the presentation of work at ARC.

Support can include acting as an ongoing creative mentor or producer, as well as more practical assistance such as help with funding applications, rehearsal space, production, technical and marketing support.

‘Associate’ relationships are regularly reviewed, usually at the end of each project or production, to ensure that they remain of mutual benefit.

ARC’s current Associate Artists and Companies are:


Club Adelphi

Club Adelphi are a new theatre company that make vibrant and inventive visual theatre using puppetry, animation and total theatre techniques.

Daniel Bye

Middlesbrough-born Daniel Bye makes work for theatre and online platforms as, variously, writer, director and performer.

Encounter Productions

Encounter produces multi disciplinary theatre and film, keeps writers at the heart of our devising process and is committed to making new work. 


Tom Walton, Artistic Director of FallenFromGrace, has had much involvement with ARC and previewed his show, When We Embraced prior to its run at Edingburgh Fringe Festival.

Jack Bennett

Jack is an actor, collaborator and theatre maker. Too Much Too Young is his first solo show and his second piece, Winners, is currently in development.

Kathryn Beaumont

Theatre maker and actress Kathryn Beaumont has returned to the North East after training at University of Cambridge, Live Academy, Newcastle and the Meisner Center, Los Angeles.

Luca Rutherford

Luca Rutherford is a writer and performer based in Newcastle. She is currently making her first solo show Learning How to Die, co-commissioned by ARC and Ovalhouse and produced by ARC.

Vici Wreford-Sinnott

Vici Wreford-Sinnott is a theatremaker who believes in cultural landscape without limitation. She strives to make dynamic contemporary theatre that challenges widely held perceptions to make change happen.