Presenting Resources

Regional Arts WA

Presenting Resources

Regional Arts WA works with performing arts presenters and performing artists around WA to help ensure regional audiences have access to quality performing arts.

If you’re an artist, producer or presenter we’ve got information and resources available for you below, or you can head over to the Lotterywest Shows on the Go page to find out more about Regional Arts WA’s community-driven touring model.

The first place we recommend all community presenters look for advice is the Community Presenter Guide. This document is full of advice compiled from hundreds of contributions from presenters, organisations and artists across WA.

Frequently Asked Questions

I’m looking for advice on how to bring more, better shows and performers to my town, where should I start?

The first place we recommend all community presenters look for advice is the Community Presenter guide, which is linked above.

If you’ve got a whole team or community whose skills and knowledge you want to develop take a look at the Community Presenter Game – which mimics the challenges and delights of presenting professional performing arts in a way everyone can have a bit of fun with.

Want to know how to map out and detail your venue for performers or create a plan to keep your audiences safe? Check out our “Tech Degustation” Venue Specifications and Safety booklet, created with Karen Cook!

You can also check out advice from other regional WA community presenters, which we collected in a series of videos here.

Who can help me put on a show in my town?

CircuitWest is the service organisation for the performing arts in Western Australia and amongst many roles convenes WA Showcase, TechWest and provides Tour Coordination services for Western Australian artists and companies within Western Australia.

Email or call CircuitWest on 08 6202 1042.

I need to take photos for an acquittal or to document/promote an upcoming show – how do I get correct permissions to publish those photos?

For all photography related rights questions we recommend consulting Arts Law’s information sheet.

We recommend that whenever taking photos at a performance you put up signs at the venue to indicate to audience members that their photo may be taken. You can find an example sign (for demonstration purposes only) here.

I'm a performing artist or producer who would like to tour regional WA, can you offer me any help?

Regional Arts WA meets with presenters interested in touring regional WA during our Blind Dates event, which was last held during Fringeworld 2019.

Please stay updated for the next Blind Dates by subscribing to our monthly eNews here.

Where else can I look for more support with presenting?

For a list of handy links for regional presenters see our Presenting Links.

If you have any presenting-related questions that you need a hand with you can contact Regional Arts WA on 9200 6200, 1800 811 883 (regional freecall) or

I have a question that hasn't been answered on this page, what do I do?

Check out our General FAQs, Funding Resources, Governance Resources and Publications and Research pages for more info.

If you cannot find what you are looking for, you can send us an email at

Close Search