Tourbook is built to understand that working in live performance, whether as a performer or programmer or something else, is not a one-size-fits-all business. Many people and organisations do different things and have different needs, and Tourbook can accommodate a wide range of these activities. For this reason there are a range of different ways your particular organisation might be structured.
The core elements that makeup Tourbook are outlined below. For more details on your specific needs see other sections in this guide such as Tourbook for Performers, or Tourbook for Programmers.
Your account is the top-level business details for your Tourbook accessing. This will include your official trading name, as well as business details such as registered address, company number etc.
Your team includes all the people you work with and have access to your account and content.
Profiles outline the Performers or Programmers you represent on Tourbook - detailing what you do, how you work and the kinds of people you work with. Many accounts will have just one profile, but if you do multiple activities, such as programming in-house and producing work, you may need more.
Venues outline the practical details of a venue. Venue Pages can contain a whole host of information about the venue, including location, facilities, performance spaces and detailed tech specs.
Tours outline a show that is available to tour - with specific touring date and locations where it will be available. Tours enable programmers to find tour details, access media and reviews, review tech specs and see whether your work might be useful for their programme.