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CATHY GRAHAM is to step down as Director Music at British Council at the end of the month after serving in the role for 15 years. Since...
Theatr Clwyd has appointed HAROLD FINLEY, LEUSA LLEWELYN and SIOBHAN JONES as new trustees. Finley, who is currently Executive Director of...
Sir LLOYD DORFMAN has been appointed Chair of the Board of Trustees for the Royal Opera House, effective from July 2022. With a strong...
HANNAH ESSEX and CLAIRE WALKER are the new joint Chief Executives of the Society of London Theatre (SOLT) and UK Theatre. They replace...
JANE SPIERS will become Chair of the National Theatre of Scotland in September, replacing SEONA REID, who is standing down after nine years...

Latest Features

  • With a wealth of experience leading and facilitating peer learning programmes, Amanda Smethurst reflects on the critical requirements for an impactful learning experience.

  • People sitting around tables

    After eight years at Contact, Artistic Director Matt Fenton is handing over the reins. Here he reflects on how the leadership role has changed.

  • When it comes to maximising digital activity, the two most common challenges organisations face are budget and skills, says Katie Moffat.

  • Rebecca Ball has now been in post as Chief Executive of Sunderland Culture for a year. Here she reveals the people who have inspired, influenced and guided her career.

  • Shakespeare North Playhouse is a brand-new theatre modelled on a traditional Shakespearean era playhouse. Melanie Lewis shares the challenges of bringing this ambitious regeneration project to life. 

  • Children supporting a model globe

    Cultural experiences - as offered by Our Place in Space - are vital for youngsters with special educational needs. Dan Byrne, an SEN teacher, suggests more can be done to make them accessible and fulfilling. 

Readers' Comments

The Grantium portal is fairly easy to use but it not impossible to follow. It is not a bridge for 'spoon feeding'. Arts...
Plus ca change? No, Not change for the sake of change. Even worse, the threat of using 'change' as a' 'weapon' to...
Posted by Change Agent on Government schedules ACE review for 2023
The above article is full of good intentions and so it is best to ignore some of the critical assumptions which need to be challenged, The...
Working with an for arts production companies has made it very clear that most, if not all, of their work is funding led. Put in common...
Posted by Change Agent on A radical re-think of R&D policy
Dorries says, "For me what's important is that the money goes out into the areas of the UK where it has never been spent before,...
The logical outcome of what Dorries seems to be arguing would be a proper decentralisation of funds and responsibility to the appropriate...
"Research-based evaluation should be: a) focused on learning (not on the celebration of CoC events or on PR to this end); b) polyvocal...
It's great to see the Citizens' Assembly approach taken by Coventry - it's an exciting way of directly engaging the public...
Changing the name of Kala Sangam and its mission is the first step in cultural erasure. It will stop being about South Asian culture and...
Hi I am Ahmed Kaysher, the director of Saudha (www.saudha.org). As an avid admirer of Kala Sangam, this report has now given a bit of...

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