Irish Theatre Institute (ITI) is a Registered Charity, governed by a Board of Directors (see Boards and Patrons page for further details). ITI is a not for profit theatre resource organisation which creates opportunities for Irish theatre artists at home and abroad and strengthens resources for theatre artists from our base in Temple Bar, Dublin 2.

It is the organisation’s policy to comply with all relevant statutory and regulatory requirements and at all times to adhere to best business practice in all its operations. The organisation is committed to the implementation of good governance and has commenced the journey to meet the regulatory requirements of the Code of Governance .

As a registered charity, ITI is committed to compliance with the Principles of Good Fundraising. ITI’s Strategic Plan (2017 - 2021), will include details on a well-defined and clearly articulated Fundraising strategy with a commitment to maintaining good fundraising practice, providing transparency to all donors and the public on accountability and expenditure.

Irish Theatre Insitute is fully committed to achieving and maintaining the standards contained within the Statement of Guiding Principles for Fundraising developed by the Irish Charities Tax Reform Group (ICTR).


Financial Statements

Irish Theatre Institute keeps detailed and up to date financial records and is transparent in its audited financial statements. The most recent statement of the audited accounts for Irish Theatre Institute is available to view via Download Documents.

In order to follow best practice in relation to accounting and reporting, Irish Theatre Institute has adopted Charities SORP. SORP, the Statement of Recommended Practice, Accounting and Reporting by Charities (2005) was developed in accordance with Accounting Standards Board guidelines, by the Charity Commission for England and Wales, and by the Scottish Regulator. Whilst it has no jurisdiction outside the UK, ITI has adopted this system which is seen as prudent and provides best practice in respect of accounting and reporting. 


Senior Staff remuneration

Band €30,000 - €39,999 

Band €40,000 - €49,999

Band €50,000 - €59,999

Band €60,000 - €69,999 X  

Band €70,000 - €79,999 

ITI’s Co-Directors are employed on job share, full time basis. The salary band shown is the full-time ITI Director remuneration which is applied pro rata at 3 days each a week i.e 1.2 WTE.


Articles and Memorandum of Understanding

The organisation operates in accordance with its Memorandum of Articles and Association which is available to download via Download Documents on the right.


Explanation or list of Members

ITI is not a membership based resource organisation.


Complaints Procedure

Irish Theatre Institute welcomes comments, complaints and feedback. If you would like to contact us there are a number of options available to you:

  • In Person: At 17 Eustace Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2.
  • By Email: E-mail with your feedback.
  • By Letter: to our address at Irish Theatre Institute, 17 Eustace Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2. 
  • By Telephone: Call +353 (0)1 6704906.

All complaints will be forwarded to the General Manager, Co-Directors and relevant team member. In the case of a comment or a complaint a letter of acknowledgement will be sent to you if contact details are provided. A verbal complaint will be acknowledged as soon as possible by the General Manager. A written complaint will be acknowledged in writing within five working days.

Irish Theatre Institute will look into your complaint within 30 working days of the date when it was acknowledged. If it takes longer to look into all the issues raised in your complaint the General Manager will notify you with an update on what is happening. If you are not satisfied with the recommendations made by the General Manager or the way the complaint was dealt with you will be directed to Irish Theatre Institute’s Co-Directors.