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ATG is one of the most successful and best-known names in the live-entertainment industry, an achievement that has taken more than 30 years and an unbelievable effort on the part of every one of our thousands of staff members around the world. 

That achievement, however, couldn’t be considered a true success unless we matched it with an equal effort in working to make things better for our communities and youth; for our staff and our industry; for our towns and our planet.

One of our key CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) Pillars at ATG is Community, Diversity & Inclusion. In the UK, we have an IDEA (Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access) Committee, which is a body of staff that are committed to challenging the way ATG and our wider industry supports staff from the many and varied backgrounds that reflect the communities within which we operate. The committee also celebrates Diversity and Inclusion, promoting Anti-Racism, facilitating Pride Events, marking key events such as International Women’s Day and Mental Health Awareness week, delivering Disability Confident Commitment campaigns, and supporting staff initiatives and championing Employee Networks.

All staff as encouraged to join our employee Networks (Women's Network / LGBTQ Network / Neurodiversity Network / Global Majority Network) which are open to everyone working for the company, in any role or capacity. Our Networks feed into the wider IDEA committee, contributing to its mission for impactful change and continuing to improve the overall culture of the company. 

London West End Creative Leaning

Want to get an insight to hidden roles that go into making the magic of theatre? How do you know if working in theatre is for you? Join our Work in Theatre course, which gives an insight into the different workings, roles and skills that make a West End venue and make our shows happen!


Work In Theatre teacher conference 2024

Gain an in depth look from industry professionals on the many routes into theatre careers; ideal for teachers, educators, and those who work directly with young people, learn how to best support and advise your aspiring students. Click the link below for more information:

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PiPA Charter Partner

We are a PiPA (Parents and Carers in Performing Arts) partner. PiPA enables and empowers parents, carers and employers to achieve sustainable change in attitudes and practices in order to attract, support and retain a more diverse and flexible workforce.


Period Dignity Approved

ATG are a Period Dignity Approved employer and partner with Grace & Green to provide all staff with access to sustainable period products.

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