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Jessica Tanghetti finds Darren Henley’s book about why investment in culture pays full of soul and passion but lacking a call to action.
He’s been called Nigerian, Black British and oyinbo, but Inua Ellams just feels normal. He calls for the destruction of ‘othering’ classifications.
Will Jeremy Corbyn’s promise to “restore” Grant in Aid to the arts councils help reinforce Labour’s reputation as a supporter of the arts? Liz Hill has her doubts.
Mark Robinson finds Nina Simon’s book essential reading for anyone trying to reach those disengaged from the arts.
A yes/no referendum on museum free entry would be a terrible idea, so why did the Government think it was an acceptable way of deciding whether we stay in or leave the EU, asks Liz Hill.
Paul Collard finds the book about teaching artists as agents of change comprehensive and useful.
Achieving greater diversity in the arts isn’t rocket science, says Ammo Talwar, but it is time for big actions.
After being met by a sea of white faces at a recent industry event, Rebbecca Hemmings says it’s time for Birmingham’s arts sector to face up to its diversity crisis.
Following shocking access at the Theatre 2016 conference, Andrew Miller asks: is this why so few disabled people work in theatre?
Mhora Samuel responds to Angus MacKechnie’s call for theatres to be shared with the communities that surround them.