From issue 277
Artistic Director and co-founder of learning disability theatre company Mind the Gap, TIM WHEELER, is stepping down to pursue other interests. He leaves the company after 25 years, branded with a...
From issue 277
The Welsh government reshuffle has seen JOHN GRIFFITHS, Minister for Natural Resources, Culture and Sport, leave the cabinet. His role has been split between two deputy ministers, with KEN SKATES...
From issue 277
NICOLA OSMOND-EVANS is the new Press Manager for Rambert. Previously Senior PR Manager for English National Ballet, she replaces CAT MCNAUGHT who leaves after two and a half years in post. 
From issue 277
The Barbican Centre Trust has appointed Founder and Chief Executive of Redleaf PR EMMA KANE as its new Chairman. Kane has worked in corporate and financial PR for over 25 years and is also a Fellow...
From issue 277
Manchester’s new culture hub, HOME, has appointed KEVIN JAMIESON as Senior Producer: Theatre, and JASPER GILBERT as Technical Director and Head of Production. Jamieson leaves Harrogate Theatre...
From issue 277
GEORGE SALLIS, Artistic Director of North London’s Lion and Unicorn Theatre, is stepping down after almost seven years in post. He will be replaced by the fringe theatre’s Executive...
From issue 277 Author(s): Liz Hill
A quarter of a million pounds of savings will be made from the arts council’s internal budgets, but further cuts will be passed onto arts organisations.
From issue 277 Author(s): Anthony Alderson
Director of The Pleasance Theatre Trust, Anthony Alderson, looks back on a career that has taken him all around the globe.
From issue 277 Author(s): Lorraine von Gehlen
Applying for Creative Europe funding for a Cooperation Project requires real commitment and many hours devoted to completing the application form, warns Lorraine von Gehlen.
From issue 277 Author(s): Liz Hill
The cost of tuition is still a major barrier to children from lower socio-economic groups learning to play an instrument, report concludes.
From issue 277 Author(s): Glen Pearce
Glen Pearce reacts to one theatre’s decision to grant press tickets only to critics who generate it enough website traffic.
From issue 277
As cultural organisations rely more and more on volunteers, they risk becoming the exclusive domain of the middle class, argues Sam Reyes.
From issue 277
Thirty years ago the US began allowing artists to retain the copyright of their publicly purchased artwork. The consequences? Well, have you ever heard of Portlandia, asks John Locanthi.
From issue 277
Actor Sam West and ConservativeHome website editor Mark Wallace discuss why artists tend to be on the left politically.
From issue 277 Author(s): Natalie Richardson
Moving her artist management company to Berlin has allowed Natalie Richardson to work among like-minded experimental artists.
From issue 277 Author(s): Mahmood Reza
Good performance management can improve effectiveness and efficiency, but Mahmood Reza says that is dependent on the right performance measures being in place.
From issue 277
London’s theatre scene is being transformed by a new generation of young, often female, producers who happily move between the commercial and subsidised sectors, observes Lyn Gardner.
From issue 277
Zita Holbourne argues that the re-enactment of horrific racist atrocities in ‘Exhibit B’ is not liberating for those who continue to experience racism daily, but the art elite won't listen.
From issue 277
Diane Parker writes about her experience working as a dance movement psychotherapist in a forensic mental health setting.
From issue 277 Author(s): Liz Hill
The threat to postgraduate degrees in specialist arts subjects is growing, as public sector cuts deplete training budgets and universities start to close their smaller courses in favour of more lucrative undergraduate programmes.
From issue 277 Author(s): Liz Hill
A focus on wellbeing would lead funders to place a greater emphasis on participatory arts, says Parliamentary report.
From issue 277 Author(s): Liz Hill
Proposals for a narrower curriculum with less emphasis on performing and composing will pose a threat to creativity in music, say music professionals.
From issue 276
Former Culture Secretary CHRIS SMITH is stepping down from his position as Chair of the Donmar Warehouse after 13 years in post. It was announced in June that he will Chair the Art Fund. 
From issue 277
KENNETH THARP OBE, Chief Executive of The Place, and sitar player and composer ANOUSHKA SHANKAR have become Patrons of Akademi South Asian Dance UK. Established 35 years ago, Akademi was housed...
From issue 277
The Association of British Theatre Technicians (ABTT) has announced that LOUISE JEFFREYS, the Barbican’s Director of Arts, will be its new Chairman. She succeeds MARK WHITE, Regional Manager UK...

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