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An understanding of the impact that funding can have on theatre, and of developments in the five years since the Theatre Review, should result from Arts Council England’s forthcoming Theatre...
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The client?consultancy relationship and the consulting process itself are the keys when both budget and time are tight, writes Martyn Best.
Choirs from five of London’s top City firms – Deloitte, KPMG, Morgan Stanley, PricewaterhouseCoopers and UBS – and the UBS company orchestra, will perform in the Barbican Hall in...
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Making a cultural project into a fundable proposition was a challenge for Stephen Feber ? he tells us how.
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Five members of Stratford-upon-Avon’s Orchestra of the Swan (pictured) will appear next month in the new series of Channel 4’s hit fashion show ‘How To Look Good Naked’. Seen...
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The Theatre Assessment (we’re not allowed to call it a review in case it gets muddled up with the Theatre Review five years ago) must be a welcome development for a sector which still feels...
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Torbay, Dover and Blackpool will each benefit from around £4m for cultural, heritage and infrastructural projects from a new DCMS-funded programme called ‘Sea Change’, through which...
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Chloë Reddaway uncovers the lack of joined-up government when it comes to funding policy.
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Live art springs from a truly democratic wish to involve everyone in the creative moment, writes Francis Alexander.
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Jenny Abramsky CBE (pictured), currently Director of BBC Audio & Music, will join the Board of The Heritage Lottery Fund and National Heritage Memorial Fund as Chair in October...
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Timely reporting to HMRC at the end of the tax year will stave off potential penalties, writes Lesley Fidler.
From issue 167
Adaptive technology can be surprisingly low-tech and low-cost, as Julia Piggott discovers.
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Eight of the longest established Theatre In Education/Theatre for Young People companies in Wales have joined forces to form the National Agency of Wales for Theatre for Young People. The new...
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In-house audio description and captioning has made its mark at a newly refurbished theatre, writes Miranda Yates.
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The long-awaited opening of The Public, one of Britain’s largest and most ambitious and expensive cultural building projects, is now set for the end of June 2008. Located in Sandwell in the...
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How can arts organisations join the preparations for the Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2012? Alex Homfray explains.
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Involving communities and workforces is the key to cultural projects in the build-up to 2012, explains Sally Shaw.
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Reading this issue’s front page, arts professionals in England, Wales and Northern Ireland might be enviously thinking: time to move north. Scotland seems to have been showered with new cash...
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Jane Thomas suspects that many small arts organisations are missing a trick in terms of how they make use of low cost IT solutions.
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Witty, purposeful, high quality public art is possible in a community context, as Richard Erwin-Jones shows.
The Clore Duffield Foundation has announced a £1.5m investment over three years in the creation of the Clore Social Leadership Programme, an initiative to search out and provide support for...
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Jenny-Anne Dexter takes us on a tour of her favourite virtual haunts.
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Sean Egan counsels us to beware of infringing discrimination laws when dealing with unsolicited employment applications
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New funding from Government and the Lottery add up to a windfall for Scotland?s arts
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Employment solicitor Deborah Annets has been appointed Chief Executive of the Incorporated Society of Musicians. She succeeds Neil Hoyle who has moved with his family to Scotland. QUAD, Derby...

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