The Corn Exchange Theatre Company Limited is governed by a Memorandum and Articles of Association. The objectives of the company are charitable in nature and it has established charitable status (effective 26 January 2004) the company complies with regulatory requirements and operates in accordance with it’s governing document.
The Corn Exchange Theatre Company is committed to good governance and has now completed the process as set out for a type B organisation. The company now complies with the principals and practices of the Governance Code for a three-year period from 12/9/17 Governance Code Signed. The company has signed up with the Charities Regulatory Authorities (20053611) and complies with their requests for annual activity reports.
Through its role as a member of the 'Gender Equality in Practice in Irish Theatre' working group, The Corn Exchange Theatre Company developed and implemented a Gender Equality Policy in 2017. This policy seeks to both reaffirm the Company's commitment to gender equality across all operations and artistic practices, as well as to ensure transparency in relation to same.
The Corn Exchange Theatre Company keeps detailed books and records of accounts and maintains strict financial controls. The organisation is transparent in its audited financial statements with most recent statements available here. Audit 2016 Signed. The statements are prepared in compliance with SORP The Statement of Recommended Practice for charities and not-for profit entities as developed in the UK in 2005 .
The Corn Exchange employs one full time Artistic Director and one part time Executive Producer.
Senior Staff renumeration: Band €30,000 -€39,000 Artistic Director and Executive Producer (pro-rata)
Communications Policy - feedback, complaints and submissions
These policies are in place to deal with communication from anyone from outside the organisation who wishes to give feedback, make a complaint or submit material directly to a member of staff.
Feedback and Complaints
Corn Exchange are open to all feedback from the general public in response to our programme of work. We are comitted to ensuring that all our communications are of the hightest possible standard. We listen and respond to the views of the general public and our supporters so that we can contiue to improve.
Corn Exchange does not accept unsolicited scripts as we are a small organisation without the resources to respond to each submission.
Corn Exchange welcomes the submission of actors’ details but cannot guarantee a personal reply. We encourage any actor to consider signing up for our workshops, it is a great way to learn about the company’s work and the techniques that Annie Ryan has developed over the years.
You can read the full policy here Communications Policy Procedures.