Papers relating to the work of Humberside Theatre in Education (TIE) Company. The collection contains original scripts; project files containing correspondence, schedules, teachers' packs, booking forms, feedback forms and responses; administrative files including minutes, annual reports, and correspondence relating to publicity, trips, arts and disability, ASSITEJ GB and grant applications; and financial files including financial statements, correspondence with accountant, interim budget and expenditure accounts.
Records of Humberside Theatre in Education (TIE)
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
Papers relating to the work of Humberside Theatre in Education (TIE), which company was founded in April 1983 and operated until 1996. The company's work involved the development, arrangement and staging of plays with accompanying exploratory workshops in schools and for school groups at local theatres. It was a member organisation of the Independent Theatre Council and was one of a number of Theatre in Education companies throughout the country. The company received grants from various councils including the Yorkshire and Humberside Arts Council, Lincolnshire and Yorkshire Arts Council, Boothferry Borough Council. It worked out of Hessle High School, Lower School, Boothferry Road, Hessle.
U DHE/1 Scripts, c.1983-1996
U DHE/2 Project Files, 1983-1996
U DHE/3 Administration Files, 1983-1995
U DHE/4 Financial Files, 1983-1995
Conditions Governing Access
Access will be granted to any accredited reader
Conditions Governing Use
Humberside TIE and others. Authors' copyright applies in many instances. Please see individual items for copyright ownership.
Transferred to Hull History Centre on 4th Nov 2014 from the National Arts Education Archive (NAEA). Collection originally donated to NAEA by Richard Vergette in 1998 under the heading 'Making Spaces Theatre Company'.
The National Arts Education Archive (NAEA), formerly a research resource at Bretton Hall College, University of Leeds, was gifted by its trustees to Yorkshire Sculpture Park in 2007 after Bretton Hall College closed. As part of the due diligence process, an audit of the collections was undertaken c.2014 by NAEA@ysp. The Humberside Theatre in Education Collection as identified as being out of place in West Yorkshire when it related specifically to the creative work done by the TIE team in Humberside from 1983-1995. It was felt the collection was better located in the East Riding where it was created and so was transferred to the University of Hull Archives.