Authors of subcontractors and subcontractors in subsidized theatres. This agreement excludes all musicians working under agreements between MU and opera and dance companies as well as in London`s West End, which is in accordance with the terms of the SOLT/MU agreement. This agreement applies to interpreters, sub-studies and stage management employed by managers funded by Arts Council England, Arts Council of Wales, Creative Scotland or the Arts Council of Northern Ireland. There is a separate agreement for work in the West End (www.solt.co.uk). This latest updated agreement came into force in April 2017 (updated in January 2019) The UKT-MU agreement is available in PDF format and contains: The conditions set out in this agreement are the minimum conditions for musicians working in theatres in a part of the UK run by members of the UK Theatre or whose UK Theatre production director is responsible for making the orchestra available. Performer, Understudies and Stage Management for commercial theatre productions. There is a separate agreement for work in the West End (www.solt.co.uk). Please check here for the latest updates and developments related to this agreement. .
Members of the organization can get advice from our one-for-one working relations team and help our members settle disputes and negotiate contracts with industry unions. Your download should be launched automatically – if you don`t use the link below, changes to the agreement with new terms and conditions have come into effect from April 8, 2019. The updated agreement with these changes is now available. PLEASE NOTE: UK Theatre and Equity has entered into a COVID-19 variation agreement that remains in effect during this period until the sector can function normally. If you have any questions about this, please contact us. The UK Theatre`s negotiations with recognised trade unions and the provision of contracts and advice in the field of labour relations are at the heart of our offer to members. Non-members can download current pay rates here. PLEASE NOTE: Tariff negotiations after 2019/2020 have been postponed due to the COVID 19 pandemic.