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NATHAN GEERING and RYAN HARSTON have been announced as joint Artistic Directors at Theatre Deli. Geering was previously Artistic Director of the 2017 Special Olympics Opening Ceremony and is an...
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LEE PITCHER has been named Chair of Absolutely Cultured. He will take over the role from current chair LEE CORNER in September.
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Conservative politicians have been criticised for supporting Cornwall's City of Culture bid four years after calling a run for European Capital of Culture a "waste of money". The...
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The Museum of the Home, formerly the Geffrye Museum, has been targeted by protesters who want a statue of its namesake removed. Speakers including Diane Abbott MP and Hackney Mayor Philip...
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A £9m arts centre needs cash from the Government's Levelling Up fund to get off the ground. North West Leicestershire District Council has drawn up plans for The Lyceum with Stephenson...
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Companies that Arts Council England have finally paid emergency grants to are now left with little time to use them: "They've put companies in danger more than they've helped."
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National Dance Company Wales has annouced MATTHEW ROBINSON will become Artistic Director this autumn. Robinson is a graduate of London Contemporary Dance School and has been Artistic Director...
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Northcott Theatre has announced BECKY CHAPMAN and BEN QASIM MONKS as Co-Chairs. They will replace Lady LUCY STUDHOLME, as she steps down as Chair after seven years. Chapman was previously...
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St George's Bristol has appointed SAMIR SAVANT as its new CEO. Savant has over 20 years’ experience as a senior manager in the arts, including at Shakespeare's Globe, Royal Academy...
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Can using public money to make BAME* entrepreneurs successful be in the public interest if it makes them wealthy too? Kevin Osborne sets out the challenge.
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The more you look at the cultural aftermath of this year of lockdowns, the clearer it becomes that current thinking around arts funding is a missed opportunity, Anthony Sargent writes.
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It’s easy to blame the challenges now facing theatre on the longest shutdown of stages since the mid-17th century. But these problems began well before the pandemic, argues Dan Hutton. 
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A commissioning programme in support of disabled artists was inundated with applications. Jo Verrent says the sector must increase its commitment to this under-served community.
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To become genuinely inclusive, organisations need to find space to talk. Michael Davidson runs a music education programme where lived experience has been a catalyst for organisational change.
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11,000 people have already subscribed to WindowSight, a digital arts streaming service akin to "Netflix for art". The app aims to transform "the ugly grey space of a huge telly...
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A new mentoring scheme will give "vital new opportunities" to theatre directors. Twenty-four directors will take part in the six-month programme developed by JMK Trust and...
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Support for maintaining current arts education funding spans the political spectrum, placing pressure on the Government to abandon plans for a 50% cut.
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Belfast’s Grand Opera House has completed its £12.2m restoration and development project. It received funding from organisations including The National Lottery Heritage Fund and Arts...
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Gig theatre company Middle Child has launched a new artist development programme in Hull. The ‘Recover, Restart and Reimagine’ programme offers 13 freelance theatre workers an...
Tanika Gupta offers a vision for the future of theatre, as she shares her experience of returning to in person rehearsals.
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Henley Festival's Summer Fling will not go ahead, organisers have announced, citing Monday's announcement. The event was planned for July 8 to 10: "We are all incredibly disappointed...
After noticing a spike in her own job offers, Isis Davis-Marks asks why arts organisations wait to respond before improving levels of diversity.
A collaboration between artists and a hospice has reminded everyone involved of the importance of artistic expression, writes Jane Wells.
Following protests over private philanthropy at New York’s Museum of Modern Art, Probert Dean considers the ties between museums, galleries and rich donors.
Tokyo was once the centre of Asia’s art scene. Georgia Adam explains that it could now be ready to dethrone Hong Kong again. 

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