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JULIA AMOUR is to join Festivals Edinburgh as its new Director, succeeding FAITH LIDDELL who will step down in November.
Musical Theatre Network has chosen JAMES HADLEY, Relationship Manager in Arts Council England’s London Theatre team, to be its new Executive Director.
ANTONIA BOSTRÖM, currently Director of Curatorial Affairs at the Nelson-Atkins Museum in Kansas, is to join the V&A in January 2016 as Keeper of the Sculpture, Metalwork, Ceramics and Glass Department.
Preston City Council has appointed JON FINCH to run the Harris Museum and Art Gallery. He previously worked for the Museums, Libraries and Archives Council.
Producer for Australia’s Performing Lines NOEL JORDAN is to join Imaginate as Festival Director in October.
CAROLINE ANSDELL is to take over as Head of Press at Sadler’s Wells from ABIGAIL DESCH, whilst she is on maternity leave.
HENRY LITTLE, currently Chief Executive of Orchestras Live, is to leave the organisation at the end of December to join Opera Rara in the same role.
Gate Theatre’s Chris Haydon pays tribute to those who have mentored and inspired him throughout his career.
Following the election of JEREMY CORBYN MP as Leader of the Labour Party, MICHAEL DUGHER, MP for Barnsley East, has been appointed Shadow Culture Secretary.
LAURA McMILLAN has been appointed as the bid co-ordinator for Coventry’s bid to become City of Culture in 2021, joining from the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Scottish playwright DAVID GREIG will succeed MARK THOMSON as Artistic Director of The Royal Lyceum in Edinburgh.
Historian SIMON THURLEY, former CEO of English Heritage, has been appointed to the board of Trustees at the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation.
TRISH O’CONNOR, former Head of Press at the Southbank Centre, is joining communications company SUTTON as the new Managing Director of its London Office.
Equity have re-elected CHRISTINE PAYNE as their General Secretary for a third term. First elected in 2005, she is expected to carry on in the role until 2020.
JULIA TWOMLOW is set to join Rothesay Pavilion on the Isle of Bute, Scotland, leaving Leach Pottery after seven years as Director.
DAISY BOWIE-SELL is to leave Time Out London, where she has been Deputy Theatre Editor, in order to become Managing Editor of WhatsOnStage.com.
Captioning and live subtitles charity Stagetext has appointed MELANIE SHARPE as its new Chief Executive.
Following the departure of Executive Director CHRIS MOORE, KAREN FOSTER joins Lichfield Garrick in the same role, leaving her position as Head of Performance at the Royal College of Music.
Former Chief Executive of The City of Edinburgh Council DAME SUSAN BRUCE has been appointed as the new Chair for the Royal Scottish National Orchestra.
CAROLINE SHUTTER, who has been a trustee of Nottingham Playhouse since last year, has been appointed Chair of the Board.