Thursday 9th November 12 - 1.30pm  

Sheffield and online

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Hannah Bentley and Kristian Pellissier,  Relationship Managers with Arts Council England, will explain the National Lottery Project Grants funding programme. This will include the criteria and application process. This is to support everyone to better understand how to make an application, including what access support is available for applicants pre and post application and will be focused on the updated application process that will start from 1 November 2023.

Read information about National Lottery Project Grants ahead of the session please see Arts Council England's website here.

If you cannot join this session Arts Council North run webinars which you can book via Eventbrite here. 

Find out more about Access Support from Arts Council England here.


Arts Council England

About this activity

Event type: Workshop

Age guidance: This activity is recommended for all ages. Applicants must be 18 years old (for organisations, have an accountable person who is at least 18). 

Content warning: There is no content warning for this activity. 

Duration: This activity is 90 minutes long including an interval.

Interval: This activity has an interval. 

Tickets: This workshop is free. Tickets are available through Eventbrite.


Find out more about Access Support from Arts Council England here.

All workshops and performances in the
Social Model…& More Festival will include:

  • In person BSL interpretation 

  • In person level access and accessible toilets 

  • In person dedicated calm room

  • The option to attend online

  • Online performances will include BSL interpretation and captioning. 

Access at Theatre Deli Sheffield

Access at Theatre Deli’s Sheffield venue includes level access throughout, a dedicated calm room, a hearing loop and accessible toilets. If you have any specific access requirements you would like us to be aware of, please email [email protected]

Find out more about Arts Council England

Hannah Bentley and Kristian Pellissier are Relationship Managers (RM) at Arts Council England. Based in the Yorkshire office and working across the North, they provide development support and funding advice for independent artists, organisations and venues as well as National Portfolio Organisations (NPOs) across the area. Funding advice includes National Lottery Project Grants and Developing Your Creative Practice. Although they have specific professional experience and knowledge in dance (Kristian) and theatre (Hannah), they are able to advise and support artists, organisations from all disciplines to understand Arts Council funding streams and Arts Council England's current Let's Create strategy. Let's Create will inform Arts Council England's aims, ambitions and activity through to 2030.

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Find out more about Access Support from Arts Council England here.

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The Social Model…& More Festival 

Taking place across Theatre Deli's Sheffield and London venues in November 2023, the festival, which has been curated by artist Caroline Mawer, explores new perspectives on disability and the relationship between disabled people and the world around them.

Find out more about The Social Model…& More Festival here

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