Theatre & Performing Arts

Entertainment Insurance solutions for the performing arts industry

From community theatre groups through to large scale global musical theatre productions, there is the ever present risk of injury to people and damage to property. From your own cast and crew through to audience injury and unplanned event cancellation, the needs of your industry are unique. We work directly with you to provide solutions designed to meet these risks including theatre liability insurance, production company insurance, performing arts public liability insurance and other specialist performance insurance.

Our team is backed by over 60+ years of experience in the entertainment and performing arts insurance sector and can design fit for purpose and bespoke insurance solutions, ensuring your insurance needs are met and exceeded. Meet the team.


Your specialty not listed? Get in touch with us to discuss your needs.

Contact Us For a Quote

Focus on your passion and trust us with its risks, call 1300 655 931 to speak to a specialist insurance advisor today.

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Our Specialities

  • Public and Event Liability

    Covers your legal liability for third party bodily injury or property damage.

  • Event Equipment Cover

    Covers the equipment you own or use at an event if it is damaged or lost. Including whilst in transit (world-wide)

  • Event Cancellation & Abandonment

    Covers your financial loss when your event is cancelled/abandoned or postponed due to events outside of your control.

  • Non-Appearance

    Covers your financial loss if key headline acts or a large portion of the performance group fail to show up.

  • Voluntary Workers Personal Accident

    Protects your volunteers if they are injured whilst working on your behalf.

  • Travel

    Covers medical expenses, trip cancellation costs, lost luggage and trip deposits.

Your Potential Risk

  • Extreme Weather
  • Staging Collapse
  • Public Transport Failure
  • Venue Damage
  • Terrorism
  • Technical Failure
  • Denial of Access
  • Power Failure
  • National Mourning
  • Communicable Disease
  • Earthquake
  • Non-Appearance of Key Performer
  • Damaged Equipment
  • Damage to Key Props
  • Set Design Fire/Flood
  • Volunteers

For further information, please contact the Marsh Entertainment team.