FAQs

Who is EPAD for?

EPAD is for anyone living in Edinburgh and working professionally in the Performing Arts.


How can I access EPAD’s services?

Access to all of EPAD’s services is free to anyone living in Edinburgh and working professionally in the performing arts. You can find out about what events or opportunities we have coming up through our website, by subscribing to our mailing list, or by following us on Twitter or Instagram. 


Who runs EPAD?

EPAD is managed on a part-time basis by Lucy Mason, Nicholas Bone and Kate Taylor, find out more about them here.

EPAD is based at the Festival Theatre and funded by City of Edinburgh Council (CEC) as part of the Theatre Partnership. Its work receives in-kind support from many Edinburgh-based organisations, including Capital Theatres, Royal Lyceum Theatre and Traverse Theatre.  


How long has EPAD been running?

EPAD was created in 2015, implementing recommendations made by Lucy Mason in a report commissioned in 2014 by Capital Theatres and funded by City of Edinburgh Council. You can read the report here: Pilot Project – Final Report.


If you would like to know more about EPAD, please contact us or join our mailing list.