Arts People
Existing Eden Court Board Member, DON ROBERTSON, has been appointed its new Chair. Also joining the Board of Directors is DUNCAN HENDRY, Chief Executive of Capital Theatres, Edinburgh and HEIDI HALL...
News
A new report warns organisations that “everyone you let in though the back door will disadvantage someone without those connections”.
News
The company says its operating model was too “old school” to remain sustainable after the loss of NPO funding in 2018.
In Iran, where dance is forbidden by law, "hypocrisy and stigma" is erasing traditional forms of the art, a dancer writes. She talks about her experience of dance as a form of expression and resistance.
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The V&A Director warned against getting “too romantic about what Stratford was like before the Olympics”.
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Conservative MP Giles Watling and Labour MP Tracy Brabin, both former actors, founded the all-party initiative to support "the resilience and relevance of theatre in the UK for audiences, its...
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The Culture Secretary has voiced his support for new diversity standards set out by the Creative Industries Council. Council members will commit to taking action in eight areas to build a more...
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Many BAME young people interviewed felt that “drama and acting was more for white people and that music was more for Black people”.
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Grassroots music campaigners are celebrating amendments that place responsibility for managing noise issues on developers rather than venues.
Feature
As the Commission gets ready to publish its recommendations on creativity and education, Joe Hallgarten puts forward four ideas he'd like to see included.
Feature
Visitor attractions are embracing innovative approaches to maximising sales and income. Debbie Richards explains the approach recently introduced at The Roman Baths, a leading heritage attraction.
Feature
Teams can fall into working in isolation, rather than together for a common purpose, in organisations of any size. Nick Stevenson suggests processes and tools to help avoid this happening.
News
Sir David Barclay has been order to pay €6,000 in moral damages to Hédi Tillette de Clermont-Tonnerre, whose work satirised the lives of Barclay and his twin brother Frederick. The...
St Fagans National Museum of History near Cardiff has beaten off stiff competion to become the UK's museum of the year. Mark Brown looks at the local touches that make it special.
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NOS Alive Festival in Portugal is offering pregnant women a safe viewing space facing the main stage this year. It claims the initiative is the "world's first" at an international...
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Sarah Henley and Tori Allen-Martin allege they were removed from the production of  'Tree' when the theatre's artistic director Kwame Kwei-Armah stepped in, despite years of work on...
Case study
Augmented and virtual reality promise to transform the way audiences experience the arts. We need to make sure the UK creative workforce has the skills to seize the opportunity, says Heleana Neil.
Those in the running to become the UK's next Prime Minister have said little about the arts, writes Ed Vaizey. Could Boris Johnson be the sector's best bet?
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A woman with a serious back condition has been told she is not assured a seat at Janelle Monae's concert in Manchester on Thursday, despite booking an accessible ticket months in advance....
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Work on the £1.1bn East Bank project in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park began on Tuesday, with London Mayor Sadiq Khan urging locals to be proud of "the biggest investment in our city in...
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Guildford live music pub the Star Inn has sucessfully appealed an abatement notice issued last October following a complaint from the developer of nearby flats. The presiding judge described the...
Arts People
Music at Paxton General Manager Elizabeth Macdonald looks back on the teachers and mentors who have inspired her and continue to influence her work.
Opinion
ArtsProfessional is refreshing and renewing its style - but the integrity at its heart will remain, writes the publication's new Editor Amanda Parker.
A museum programme that pays diverse audiences to act as guest critics addresses real - and sometimes surprising - barriers to access and engagement, writes Laura Raicovich
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The price tag for moving the institution to Farringdon, originally £250m, has grown to £332m after studies found "desperate" need for repairs to the 19th century...

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