Guest Reviewer Programme Terms and Conditions

Version 5 – October 2019

  1. You understand that this is a voluntary position and no remuneration is offered.
  2. You agree that all written work submitted will be your own, and that Theatre Weekly will not be held accountable for any form of plagiarism. Plagiarised work will result in your removal from The Guest Reviewer Programme.
  3. You agree to behave in a professional and courteous manner at all times, while representing Theatre Weekly.
  4. You understand that any unprofessional behaviour may result in you being removed from the Theatre Weekly Guest Reviewer Programme.
  5. You agree to submit your completed review as soon as possible, but no later than 11am the following morning.
  6. You agree to attend the production you have signed up to review, and if you are no longer able to attend, you agree to let us know as soon as possible.
  7. You understand that you may be removed from the Theatre Weekly Guest Reviewer programme if you repeatedly fail to attend productions you have agreed to review, or fail to sign up to review on a regular basis.
  8. You agree not to sign-up to review a production if there is a conflict of interest.
  9. You agree to abide by the most up to date Style Guide and What to Expect documents provided by Theatre Weekly.
  10. You understand that your review may be edited prior to publication, without notice to you, or any other individual.
  11. You understand that we reserve the right to suspend, cancel, modify, or make any other changes to the Guest Reviewer Programme, as and when is required by us.
  12. You agree not to submit the same review to any other websites, media outlets, or companies.
  13. You agree that once your review has been published on Theatre Weekly it will remain the property of Theatre Weekly, but attributed to you.
  14. You understand that Theatre Weekly may remove content from it’s website at anytime without prior notice to you, or any other individual.
  15. You understand that Theatre Weekly may promote content in any way it chooses without notice to you, or any other individual.
  16. You agree not to share any details of Theatre Weekly’s operating model.
  17. You understand that your biographical information and social media links are your responsibility, and Theatre Weekly is not liable for incorrect content.
  18. You agree to only post on social media as yourself and not under the name of Theatre Weekly, or as an employee of Theatre Weekly.
  19. You understand that these terms and conditions may be updated from time to time, and you will be required to agree to any new terms and conditions to remain on the Guest Reviewer Programme.
  20. You understand that you will use your own hardware and software.
  21. You agree that we will hold certain data about you and understand that the data we hold about you is kept secure and processed for legitimate business reasons. For example, we hold your email address and phone number so that we can contact you about productions you have signed up to review.
  22. You understand that we hold data, such as your name and social media handles (which you have chosen to share) so that we can correctly attribute your work online. We may also keep a record of the productions you have reviewed for normal business purposes. You can update the data we hold on you at any time by emailing privacy@theatreweekly.com.  We will never share or sell the data we hold.
  23. You understand that you can request a readable copy of the data we hold on you at any time by emailing privacy@theatreweekly.com.
  24. You understand that you may request, in writing to admin@theatreweekly.com, for your content to be removed from Theatre Weekly and that this will be reviewed by our editor. The outcome of which will be decided within 60 days and will be final. The outcome will be one of the following:
    1. All content removed
    2. Some content removed
    3. All content reassigned to a generic Theatre Weekly by-line
    4. Some content reassigned to a generic Theatre Weekly by-line