The objects of Atina Arts shall be to advance the education of the public in the Arts, in particular Musical and Dramatic Arts, on a professional or amateur level, by the presentation of public performances and other related activities and in furtherance thereof to present at least one production each year. Atina Arts is open to any person having an interest in Music, Movement or Drama
Atina Arts is committed to producing ensemble work with a special commitment to accessibility, entertainment and innovation.
Atina Arts operate a cross-disciplinary, collaborative structure that allows the involvement of cast and production crew at all stages of the creative process.
Atina Arts recognises the need for professionalism in business practice, an attitude embodied in the practical and artistic collaboration of producer and director.
Atina Arts creates a flexible structure, enabling new work to be staged, scripts to be developed through workshops and rehearsed readings
Atina Arts has a commitment to providing opportunities for theatre workers early in their careers
Atina Arts aims to provide strong roles for women on and off stage
Atina Arts is committed to a policy of Equality of Opportunity
Atina Arts is committed to the idea of equal opportunities for all. Our policy is to make sure that no person involved or associated with Atina Arts receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of:
Religious belief or political opinion
Race (including colour, nationality, ethnic or national origins)
Gender, including gender reassignment
Marital or civil partnership status
Having or not having dependants
All individuals within this organisation are responsible for compliance with this Policy, and for the positive attitude it requires. All external persons connected with Atina Arts are encouraged to hold the same responsibility and commitment
It is the policy of Atina Arts to safeguard the welfare of all members by protecting them from physical, sexual and emotional harm
Accordingly Atina Arts is committed to:
taking into account in all its considerations and activities the interests and well-being of young people
respecting the rights, wishes and feelings of the young people with whom it is working
taking all reasonable practicable steps to protect them from physical, sexual and emotional harm
promoting the welfare of young people and their protection within a relationship of trust
It is the policy of Atina Arts to provide a safe environment without risk to health, so far as is reasonably practicable.
Atina Arts believes that this responsibility ranks equally with the other responsibilities incumbent upon those providing activities and functions.
It is the responsibility of all those involved in Atina Arts to seek, so far as is reasonably practicable, to ensure that:
All activities are conducted in a safe manner without risk to the health of participants
The provision and maintenance of equipment for all involved and others is safe and without risk to health and adequate for their welfare
Information, instruction, training and supervision is provided with the object of ensuring the health and safety of all those involved with Atina Arts or who may be affected by them
Appropriate arrangements are made to ensure safety and the absence of risks to health in connection with the use, transport, storage and handling of equipment, and substances which are inherently or potentially dangerous