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Good reads

  • Women in theatre are at no disadvantage, and gender stereotyping is reinforced by "reducing the complex question of equality to a matter of statistics and quotas", says  Rupert Christiansen.

  • Alf McCreary speaks to chairman Professor George Bain to reveal the backdrop to the financial crisis facing the Ulster Orchestra.

  • To gain greater prominence, it's important that learning disabled theatre can benefit from proper evaluation, critical self-awareness and outside input, just like the rest of the creative arts, argues Lyn Gardner. 

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Arts People

Producer PHIL HARGREAVES has joined Déda’s programming team as Associate Producer (Dance). He has previously worked with Dep Arts, Phoenix...
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After five years at Doncaster Council, MARY NASH takes on the role of Sales & Marketing Manager at The Civic in Barnsley. She will...
Harrogate Theatres has appointed playwright AMANADA WHITTINGTON, director JOYCE BRANAGH and former senior manager at Arts Council England...

Director of Half Moon Theatre for children and young people, Chris Elwell names those who have inspired him throughout...

National Theatre Chief Operating Officer LISA BURGER has been named Executive Director, joining Chief Executive TESSA ROSS and Director...

International

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Tatiana Rais tells how she has brought back to life an abandoned theatre in the centre of Bogotá.