Our expertise includes strategic diversity planning; recruitment and retention; research, policy or knowledge sharing.



We worked with A New Direction, Create Jobs and London Legacy Development Agency on a programme of work to support young people aged from 16-25yrs into paid apprenticeships, internships and entry-level jobs in the creative and cultural industries.  Full process of support producing events, job coaching and provision of on-going coaching support between young person and employer. 



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Commissioned to develop the Creative People and Places business plan – a cultural regeneration programme.  The business plan successfully levered in £650K of extra investment into Luton, one of the UK’s 4 super diverse towns outside London. TTS worked with and through the Consortium comprising of Local Authority, University and strategic cultural and community organisations to deliver a town-wide initiative that would increase local engagement by 15% and promote cross cutting agendas – including health and wellbeing, community cohesion, skills development and developing tourism for inward investment. The business plan included and responded to extensive research around existing communities and expected growth areas, inclusive consultation, partnership working, delivery and resource planning that encouraged best value as well as monitoring and evaluation.



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Commissioned by State of Emergency Productions to develop this ambitious national programme to develop a national Black Dance Archive.  Project partnership development with 30 depositors, 6 archive partners including Black Cultural Archives, V&A, 2 Universities and Library of Birmingham.  TTS led the successful bid development and submission for both Round 1 and Round 2 HLF bids, produced the activity plan, digital strategy for archives and community engagement programme.



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Consultant for the Community Development Department at Kenwood House in order to engage with more diverse groups for English Heritage targeting low income family groups, Black and minority ethnic and disabled community groups.  Supported an online and digital campaign through Facebook, Twitter as well as designed a long-term outreach plan.

FINDING NHAMO - Audience Development Campaign

We developed the #Finding Nhamo digital campaign to connect local audiences with the superhero themes running through Tiata Fahodzi’s show The Epic Adventure of Nhamo the Manyika Warrior and his Sexy Wife Chipo –Denton Chikura’s debut play.  Client: Tiata Fahodzi for Watford Palace Theatre