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A good front of house policy is based on offering the best possible experience for customers. Chris Haylett explains that this should extend beyond the box office and front of house staff to...
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The British Council has launched a new website designed to improve UK creative industries? economic performance overseas. Supported by UK Trade...
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The theatrical experience begins long before the dimming of the house lights and the rise of the curtain. From the moment tickets are obtained, there is a sense of anticipation that increases...
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Following a lengthy drafting period, a final strategy document has been published, establishing a framework for London?s cultural activity over the next ten years. ?London: Cultural Capital?...
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Since December 2002 Spitalfields Festival has been ?On the Move?, writes Charlotte Ray. From its origins as a single-venue music festival based in the baroque masterpiece of Christ Church,...
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Tickets have gone on sale this week for performances at the Wales Millennium Centre (WMC). Montreal-based performance troupe Cirque Eloize?s new production, Rain (pictured), will be the first show...
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Nadine Andrews thinks it is worth revisiting the cultural diversity agenda in the arts. Although rarely stated explicitly, the reason for the promotion of diversity is that Britain has a problem...
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The Arts Council of Ireland has launched a selective consultation process to find a replacement for its axed Arts Plan 2002-2006. A number of key arts organisations and individuals have been...
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The Department for Culture, Media and Sport is running a three-month trial to enable non computer users, especially blind and partially-sighted people, to gain access to its website. Callers who...
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The arts can play an important role in rehabilitation of offenders and can be an important plank in preventing recidivism. Susan Ashmore explains how the arts can engage with offenders. ?Prisoners...
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The Government?s attempts to reform charity law have moved forward this week with the publication of a draft Charities Bill. At the heart of the Bill is a re-definition of charity, basing it on the...
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Britain leads the world in using the skills and talents of artists in creative health projects that are intended to engage and interest, uplift the spirit and stimulate the body, writes Peter...
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Belfast City Council has established a series of regular networking events designed to nurture links between the city?s tourism and cultural industries. Cultural tourism became a Council priority...
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A collective sense of sheepishness seems to pervade arts organisations when it comes to fighting the corner for our industry and our livelihoods. Be it a fear of the whining luvvy tag or a weariness...
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Since 1997, when tackling social exclusion became a high priority for government, Arts Council England (ACE) has set out to promote and demonstrate the role of the arts in inclusion, writes Nikki...
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In the final instalment of his series on financial reports, Mahmood Reza looks at cash-flow statements and the management use and interpretation of financial statements.
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Ros Lamont, Audience Development Manager at the Scottish Arts Council, will be taking over as Chief Executive of The Audience Business from David Jackson, who has left to become the Edinburgh?s...
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Gillian Bates takes a look at the lighter side of life and work as a freelance in the arts. People familiar with British classical music concerts will recognise the phenomenon known as ?The Cough...
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From Mark Pemberton, Chief Executive, National Operatic and Dramatic Association (NODA) While I am delighted that Arts Council England has issued such a weighty report on the contribution made by...
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The Essential Audiences series draws to a close this month. This series of monthly articles and extensive website content has begun to explore and disseminate the legacy of New Audiences. The final...
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From David Dixon, Director of The Phone Room Ltd. Help! Recently (ArtsProfessional, issue 71, April 5), you accurately reported that I have handed over the role of Managing Director of The Phone...
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Perhaps the acid test of a developmental programme such as New Audiences is what happens in its wake. Could a one-off project spark continuing change? Could the impact of a developmental exercise...
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Arts Council England (ACE) has placed Liverpool?s status as European Capital of Culture 2008 at the heart of its bid for increased support in this summer?s government spending review. Ensuring that...
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Awareness of the New Audiences website as a powerful resource for arts managers has already begun to spread. During the past years, the number of hits on the website has grown from 900 a month to...

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