Trouble ahead?

17 Jan 2011

With Lottery funding for investment in theatre buildings having slowed to a trickle in recent years, Mhora Samuel sees addressing the capital inadequacies of many theatre buildings as being a key priority in the future

New tricks

17 Jan 2011

Dan Baker describes his company’s experience of crowdfunding

Searching for a silver lining

13 Dec 2010

Martin Vogel argues that times of financial austerity should encourage arts organisations to re-evaluate how they approach and present work

Hunt’s punt on giving

13 Dec 2010

Hunt holds out his hat to philanthropists in efforts to boost giving to the arts

David and Goliath battle over EU funding

13 Dec 2010

UK theatre company pushed to brink of insolvency by mismanagement of EU funds

(Mostly) good news in Wales

13 Dec 2010

The majority of ACW funded clients are set to gain as cash for the arts increases by 17%

Deep cuts on the horizon for Northern Ireland’s arts budget

13 Dec 2010

Arts sector prepares to fight against proposals to slash Northern Ireland’s arts spending by 14%

Selling a stake

13 Dec 2010

In the first of our brand new series on strategies for financial sustainability, Gwilym Gibbons explains how his organisation is exploiting its intellectual property

A False Economy

22 Nov 2010

Anne Bonnar explains why subsidising every theatre ticket helps the better-off more than it helps those on low incomes

Sigh of relief in Scotland and Wales

22 Nov 2010

The Scottish Government and Welsh Assembly Government budgets are set to deliver a far softer blow to the arts than has been felt in England following the Westminster Spending Review last month.

The sector speaks

01 Nov 2010

Comment on the Spending Review and ACE funding decisions

ACE shares the pain

01 Nov 2010

ACE announces its funding plans in response to grant in aid budget cuts of 29.6%

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