While Lab:time continues to provide small amounts of funding for early stage creative exploration, Lab:time² offers a more significant grant to support the next stage of development.
Lab:time² is for projects that are viable, and would benefit from a partnership with a venue, providing further Research and Development and the possibility of presenting work in progress to an audience.
Lab:time² is also supported by the Esmeé Fairbairn Foundation,
We have funding for ten Lab:time² residencies at venues across the UK. Each residency is tailored to the venue, providing a mutually beneficial partnership.
Residencies have taken place at:
- The Point, Eastleigh
- Déda, Derby
- Invisible Circus, Bristol
- Jacksons Lane, London
- Full Cirqle, Edinburgh
- Pontio, Bangor
- The Broadway, Barking
- DanceEast, Ipswich
- The Oak Circus Centre, Norwich
Find out what artists did in previous rounds.
Applications are open
Applications for Lab:time² Round 10 (Alexandra Palace, Haringey) are now open and will close at 10am on Monday, 23 April.