Page 73

Contributors With thanks to all those who took part in our meetings round the country.

Birmingham Ammba, Anthony Hughes, Arts Connect, Arts Council England, Barques PR, Birmingham City University, Birmingham Hippodrome, Birmingham Royal Ballet, Creative Advantage Fund, Culture Central, David Furmage, Emma Shaw, Film Birmingham, Greater Birmingham and Solihull LEP, Ikon, Ines Elsa Dalal, MAIA Creatives, Mac, Maverick TV, Sampad, Simon Fox Education, The Producers’ Forum, Yasmin Ali, Zebra Digital.

Bristol Arnolfini, Artis Community, Arts Council England, BFI, Bath Spa University, Bristol International Jazz and Blues Festival, Bristol Media, Bristol Music Trust, Bristol Old Vic, Bristol Science Centre, Business West, Creative Industries Council, Design Rally, Edge Arts, Jessica Ray, King’s College London, Live Music Now, Lizzy Moriarty, Mark Leaver, Spike Island, The Children’s Media Foundation, The Station, The West of England Design Forum, True Soldier, University of the West of England, Welsh Government.

Edinburgh 1927, Arup, British Arts Festival Association, Coney, Creative Europe Desk UK, Creative Scotland, Cryptic, Cultivate, Edinburgh College of Art, Edinburgh International Fashion Festival, Edinburgh International Festival, Festival Edinburgh, FifeScreen and TayScreen Scotland, Glasgow School of Art, Hospitalfield Arts, IPA, Leith, Live Music Now, Mind the Gap, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Royal Northern College of Music, Scottish Government Culture and Historic Environment Division, The University of Edinburgh, University of Strathclyde.

Leeds Addleshaw Goddard, DMF Digital, Design Business Association, Leeds Art Gallery, Opera North, Screen Yorkshire, Sheffield Business & IP Centre, Storm Brand Design, The Guild of Media Arts, Tony Ereira, University of Salford.

London A New Direction, ABRSM, Action for Children’s Arts, Alliance for Intellectual Property, Anne Beresford, Argonon, Arts Admin, Arts Council England, Arts Council Wales, Association of Authors’ Agents, Association of British Orchestras, BBC Radio, BBC, BFI, BPI, Barbican, Barclays, Battersea Arts Centre, Belle Media, Bolton & Quinn Ltd, British Arts Festivals Association, British Library, Brunswick Arts, Camelot UK Lotteries Limited, Cameron Mackintosh, Caroline Salem, Cebr, Channel 4, Coney HQ, Crafts Council, Creative Leicestershire, Creative Skillset, Cultural Learning Alliance, DCMS, Dan Vo, Dance Umbrella, David Carroll & Co, David Furmage, Design Business Association, Design Manchester, Design Museum, DiVA, Directors UK, Donmar Warehouse, Elizabeth Grant, Enders Analysis, English National Ballet, Escape Studios, Evolving Influence, Facebook, Film London, Four Colman Getty, Frances Graupner, Francesca Plowright,

Gecko Theatre, Global Radio, Goldsmiths, Greater London Authority, Gwyn Emberton, Independent Street Arts Network, Intellectual Property Office, Jenni Russell, Jerwood Gallery, Julie’s Bicycle, Kent County Council, Kingston University, King’s College London, Livity, MTArt, Maia Hruskova, Motion Picture Association, NBCUniversal, National Centre for Early Music, National Film and Television School, National Theatre, Natural History Museum, Nesta, One Dance UK, Pearson UK, Pelham Communications, Peter York, PwC, Radio Independents Group, Ravensbourne, Richmond Associates, Rifkind Levy, Roger James Elsgood, Roundhouse, Royal Ballet, Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea, Royal College of Music, Royal Opera House, Royal Shakespeare Company, Sadler’s Wells, Sarah Gregory, Serious Events Ltd, Shakespeare’s Globe, Sofia Noncenti, Somerset House Trust, Sony Music Entertainment, Sony Pictures Television, Sorrell Foundation, Southbank Centre, Southwark Council, Space, Spring, Stanton Williams Ltd, Stuart WoodTate, The Beautiful Meme, The Photographer’s Gallery, The Place, The Rothschild Foundation, The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, The Royal Drawing School, Time Warner, Turner Contemporary, UCL, UKCCD, UKTI, University of London, University of Wolverhampton, University of the Arts London, Young Vic, Zealous. Speakers: Fabrice Montagné, Chief UK and senior European economist for Barclays, Jenni Russell, political commentator, The Times, Darren Henley, Chief executive, Arts Council England.

Manchester Arts Council England, BBC North, Baltic Creative CIC, Bluecoat, Carol Gandey, Creative Flow, Creative Lancashire, Culture.info, Design Business Association, Design Manchester, Emma Shaw, European Parliament, FACT, Gerri Moriarty, Gita Mistry, Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce, HOME, Imperial War Museum North, Jane Lambert, Libra Television, MIDAS, Manchester City Council, Manchester Metropolitan University, NOISE Festival Ltd, New Economy, Professor Mary Oliver, Richard Foulkes, Royal Northern College of Music, Ruth McCullough, SharpFutures, The Sharp Project, TheWhite Room, University of Salford, Urban Splash, Whitworth.

Newcastle Active Northumberland, Arcus Animation Studios, Art Fund, Arts Council England, Baltic, Coney,Creative FUSE, Durham University, E-Strands, Event International Ltd, Haltwhistle Film Project, Hartlepool Borough Council, ISIS Arts, Invest Newcastle, NECC, NGI, National Glass Centre, Newcastle College, Newcastle University, North East Culture Partnership, Northern Film and Media, Sage Gateshead, School of Creative Industries, South Tyneside Council, Ubisoft.

Norwich Costume and Textiles Association, Gallery 133, Gecko Theatre, Hot Source, Hudson Architects, Innovify Ip21, Luton Culture, National Campaign for the Arts, New Anglia LEP for Norfolk and Suffolk, New Wolsey Theatre, Norwich City Council, Norwich Fashion Week, Norwich University of the Arts, Spring, University of East Anglia.

Brexit Report

71

Creative Industries Federation: Brexit report