In addition to its artist-focused ITI Artist Programmes, ITI provides support and advice to the independent theatre sector through Information Clinics. These are offered on a broad range of subjects but some typical topics include: planning for a sustainable career; writing funding applications and budgeting; planning your next project; what you need to know about managing a company or project; national and international touring; showcasing and networking; presenting work at festivals; pitching your work.

NOTE: To schedule an Information Clinic normally requires your registration with ITI User Services (€25). In light of the difficulties facing individual artists due to changing employment circumstances caused by Coronvirus (COVID-19), this fee is currently being waived and clinics will be provided at no cost on a first-come, first-served basis.

ITI’s team is currently providing remote Information Clinics online via video calls/email and telephone.

If you have any queries that you would like to discuss with a member of the team please email with the subject line ‘Information Clinic’, including your name, your phone number and a brief outline of your query. A member of the team will contact you to continue the discussion online. Information Clinic slots are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis dependent on availability and get booked very quickly. Advance booking is required. 

The information provided via ITI Information Clinics is on a case by case basis. ITI accepts no liability in relation to the use/misuse of this information. In the case of feedback to applications ITI cannot guarantee that your application will be successful. The information provided is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult a solicitor for individual advice about any particular legal circumstances.