New figures should be “a wake-up call to Government”, the founder of the Bacc for the Future campaign has said.
Annual reports reveal the city’s largest theatre spaces broke income targets and increased profits last year.
A new online resource aims to help arts practitioners develop a better understanding of the measures that improve the experience of participants.
Treasury assurances are doing little to ease concerns, as grants are blocked and funding rounds postponed following the Brexit vote.
The theatre’s business model bears fruit, as a local tech company signs a rental agreement that will deliver an ongoing revenue stream for its artistic and education work.
The new ‘Spend a Penny’ fund has been launched by the Theatres Trust with support from Susan and Simon Ruddick.
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Feedback on the work of the Arts Council is being gathered to contribute to a wide-ranging review of its role and effectiveness.
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New financial and business models are needed if artists are to secure affordable studio space in a highly competitive property market, especially in London, report finds.
Delivering schemes that close the gap in arts engagement to reach under-represented groups will be the Government’s priority for culture.