From issue 10
Aside from the traditional well-wishing of ?break a leg!?, few people associate theatre with accidents or want to for that matter, writes Ali Fitzgibbon. But a new partnership in Northern Ireland is...
From issue 09
Ticketing software is being made available free of charge to all UK arts venues in a special offer by software supplier Synchro Systems. Venuemaster, which has sold over 800 licences since its launch...
From issue 09
ARTS CONSULTANTS Katharine Stuart Associates Performing Arts Development Consultants. Development of arts in rural areas, urban regeneration, programming, marketing, fundraising, business planning...
From issue 09
A suite of 18 Performance Indicators, developed over an 18-month pilot period by a team of 30 venues, is being put forward to the Audit Commission with a proposal that they should be adopted as a...
From issue 09
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From issue 09
Demand for opera and music theatre is growing, and promoters want to programme both popular and unfamiliar repertoire to satisfy and build opera audiences, but lack of touring product is holding back...
From issue 09
The Barclays Stage Partners Autumn 2001 Season is to feature To Kill a Mockingbird, produced by Clwyd Theatr Cymru, and The Importance of Being Earnest, toured by Lip Service Theatre Company in...
From issue 09
The City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra is celebrating one of the most enduring arts/business relationships in the sector, as Six Continents Retail (formerly Bass Leisure Retail) starts its 21st...
From issue 09
Ticketing transaction and customer data for 28 regional performing arts centres throughout Australia have been collated for longitudinal behavioural analysis and cross-sectional descriptive analysis...
From issue 09
?Your Body Your Risk??, a new book published by Dance UK, is aimed at young dancers, providing them with information about healthy eating, promoting a positive body image, warning signs of eating...
From issue 09
What an inspirational way to liven up your Changing Faces section with a ?Separated at Birth? photo feature (ArtsProfessional issue 8, August 27, p2). OK, so you missed out the caption this time, but...
From issue 09
Your piece on the Policy Studies Institute (ArtsProfessional issue 7, July 30) goes over old ground. There is a limit to what language can achieve. You cannot calculate certain types of proposition....
From issue 09
It is with great alarm and concern that we read about the plight of Midlands Arts Marketing (MAM) (ArtsProfessional issue 8, August 27). Clearly the facts are not fully revealed in your article, but...
From issue 09
Thirteen cities have already put themselves forward for the award of European Capital of Culture to be decided next March by the Department of Culture, Media and Sport. Andrew Kelly discusses the...
From issue 09
Newcastle and Gateshead are jointly bidding to be the European Capital of Culture 2008.The partnership between Newcastle and Gateshead councils and the private sector is creating a new visitor...
From issue 09
The very thought of Belfast going for the title of European Capital of Culture 2008 will raise an eyebrow or two. However, Belfast has the talent and innovation, and the pioneering spirit that once...
From issue 09
Take Off, England?s only annual festival for children and young people is taking place from October 27-31, presented by Cleveland Theatre Company in association with ARC in Stockton on Tees. Now in...
From issue 09
Norwich has decided to enter a bid to be European Capital of Culture 2008. All right ? now, will everyone stop laughing and settle down, requests Graeme Howell. Honestly it?s true. Norwich City...
From issue 09
An awful lot of effort and time, not to mention money, is being poured into the bidding process to become European Capital of Culture 2008 (pages 5-7). Given the impact of the title on the winning...
From issue 09
We can?t seem to operate without a business plan these days: can?t get funding, can?t plan for the future, can?t ?develop?. But what useful purpose do these plans really serve? Hilary Keenleyside...
From issue 09
The Arts Council of Wales (ACW) has announced the appointment of Frances Medley as its new Deputy Chief Executive. She first joined ACW as Planning Director, but since September 2000 has been the...
From issue 09
To write a business plan, a large commercial company will have in-house business specialists, explains Rebecca Rickard; but smaller commercial companies normally have to outsource specialist...
From issue 09
In collaboration with CIDA, the Creative Industries Development Agency, the West Yorkshire Playhouse is to host a career development programme for five trainees from African, Caribbean, Chinese and...
From issue 09
If you draw a circle to define the audience catchment of The Maltings Theatre and Arts Centre in Berwick-upon-Tweed, you will discover that you will need a programming and marketing policy that...
From issue 08
Celebratory arts company ?Same Sky?, has marked its move to a new production base and training centre by creating a tree house which wound its way through all three floors of its workspace, with...

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