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ANTHONY SARGENT’S replacement as Managing Director of Sage Gateshead will be ABIGAIL POGSON, currently Chief Executive of Spitalfields Music. She will step down in May, after seven years in...
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Chief Executive of West Yorkshire Playhouse SHEENA WRIGLEY is stepping down after six years to join Manchester’s new arts and culture centre HOME as Executive Director.
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Director of Programming and Production for DanceXchange and International Dance Festival Birmingham, PAUL BURNS is stepping down after seven years in post. He will be taking a career break to explore...
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The new Director of Programming and Industry Engagement for Sheffield Doc/Fest is CLAIRE AGUILAR, who joins from the American public television broadcaster Independent Television Service (ITVS),...
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The former Chief Executive of Derby Playhouse DAVID EDWARDS is standing down as Chair of the Board for the New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich, after six years in post. He is replaced by Provost and Chief...
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Co-founder of Digital Theatre ROBERT DELAMERE and producer MICHAEL MCCABE have been appointment to the Board of Trustees for English Touring Theatre. 
From issue 280 Author(s): Hannah Mitchell
Good data can mean great cost savings as well as valuable insights. Hannah Mitchell kick starts some New Year resolutions on effective data handling.
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Miles Brignall tells theatre-goers to go to the box office in person, pay in cash, and "stick two fingers up to rip-off ticket agencies".
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Norman Lebrecht says the "luvvie classes" will be in for a shock when the new boss takes the reins at Arts Council England.
From issue 280 Author(s): Frances Richens
The latest data reveals a shift in both employment practices and audience patterns among Arts Council of Wales’ Revenue Funded Organisations.
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Making sense of the world is the stuff of the arts and humanities, says head teacher Keith Budge, concerned at political instinct to promote STEM subjects at the expense of a wider education.
From issue 280 Author(s): Ivan Wadeson
The new Executive Director of The Dukes in Lancaster, Ivan Wadeson, looks back on his career.
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The new Chief Executive of Arts Council England (ACE) will be DARREN HENLEY, the author of two Government reviews into music and cultural education who has led Classic FM since 1999. He chairs the...
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Charlotte Higgins explores the post-cuts landscape in Newcastle's cultural sector.
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Nadhim Zahawi MP thinks Shakespeare would vote Tory if he were alive today.
From issue 280 Author(s): Ammo Talwar
In a week when arts organisations are urged to make a greater commitment to diversity, Ammo Talwar outlines his business model based on a specialist knowledge of the ‘black arts’, organic growth, a degree of risk-taking… and no mention of the D word.
From issue 280 Author(s): Alex Byrne
Panto, ballet and nativity plays are standard Christmas fare in the UK, but what are they enjoying in other European countries? Alex Bryne has been finding out.
From issue 280 Author(s): Joce Giles
For a week in October Rambert invited the public to view rehearsals and training, and take part in choreography and dance classes. Joce Giles judges it a success.
From issue 280 Author(s): Samantha McShane
Manchester Camerata will be experimenting with simple, sensory ways to heighten the audience’s experience and transform the boundaries between artists and audience, says Samantha McShane.
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Tiffany Jenkins says it's becoming clear that parts of the arts establishment lack the backbone to stand up to activists' demands for censorship. 
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ARC in Stockton will be offering all tickets for theatre, dance and spoken-word events on a pay-what-you-decide basis next year. It's a bold initiative, says Lyn Gardner.
From issue 280 Author(s): Liz Hill
Definitions of arts and culture may need to be reconsidered if youth engagement is to be properly understood, suggests report.
From issue 280 Author(s): Liz Hill
The new College is one of seven employer-led, Government-backed initiatives aiming to plug skills gaps in sectors considered critical to economic growth.
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FRANCESCA HEGYI has been appointed Director of Partnerships and Development for Hull City of Culture. Hegyi recently led Culture at King’s Cultural Enquiry into major events and will remain...
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Writer and filmmaker HANNAH ROTHSCHILD will take over as Chair of the Board at the National Gallery when MARK GETTY’s current term comes to an end in 2015. Rothschild, who has served on the...

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