What is The Act For Change Project?
The arts are for EVERYONE, regardless of race, gender, class, sexual orientation, nationality, age or disability, and they should reflect the societies we live in.
THE ACT FOR CHANGE PROJECT has a simple mission: to strengthen diversity in the live and recorded arts, and to communicate to the unrepresented audiences that a future exists with them firmly featured in it. To that end we're campaigning to ensure that the live and recorded arts - honestly and without prejudice - represent the Britain we live in today.
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To date, we have received support from celebrities, organisations, activists, politicians and media personalities, including Stephen Fry, Shami Chakrabarti, Tim Bevan, Alison Owen, Colin Salmon, Lenny Henry, Ben Whishaw, Meera Syal, Rufus Norris, Kim Cattrall, Samuel West, Adrian Lester, David Harewood, Cush Jumbo, Jack Whitehall and the staff at the Young Vic, Liberty, Equity, United Agents, Tiger Aspect, National Theatre, Soho Theatre, the Donmar Warehouse and many more.
Board of Trustees: Nadia Albina, Ayesha Casely-Hayford (Chair), Peter Clayton, Daniel Evans, Kobna Holdbrook-Smith (Vice Chair), Holly Kendrick, and Stephanie Street.