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A consultation on plans to cut arts education funding by £17m says the subjects are not a "strategic priority" for the Government.
The measure could make up to 95% of the country's theatres financially unviable, with only a quarter physically able to accommodate maximum audiences upon reopening.
Ajay Chhabra jumped at the opportunity to manage a Covid test centre in the heart of London’s South Asian community. He found that one size never fits all.
Ryan Dawson Laight had to costume virtual productions from recycled garments, self-printed fabric and actors’ own wardrobes. Here he shares how he’s adapted and flexed his skills for these testing times.
Ava Hunt and Roger Wooster explore whether applied theatre has a future in a post-Covid world.
Sir Howard Panter and Dame Rosemary Squire look set to repeat the commercial theatre growth model they perfected as founders of the Ambassador Theatre Group.
Staff restructuring proposals that threaten the museum department have been condemned as a "devastatingly bad idea".
Freelancers, young people, women and live performance art forms have been disprortionately affected by a year of lockdowns. Extended financial support may not be enough.
Wabriya King was told she had to be tough to be an actress. It’s not her who needed to change, she writes.
New reports highlight gender gaps in theatre and music as UNESCO warns the pandemic will be watershed for equality - one way or the other.
Europe’s largest ethnic minority is perhaps the most marginalised in the arts. Carl Woodward says addressing this means changing our ideas of access and inclusion in post-pandemic theatre.
The most inspiring people are those who prioritise care, curiosity and collaboration.
When her work was erased, Tori Allen-Martin took action to make sure it didn’t happen to anyone else. It’s turned into so much more, she writes.
Can a regional theatre make money from online productions? Kelly Johnson says you have to weigh your options and ask for help.
For Liam Ford Evans, a career in theatre has highlighted what matters most: energy, experience and everyone else.
Imperial College researchers will estimate the probability of infection at two theatres and consider whether a covered venue can "behave" as an outdoor space.
The theatre industry needed a champion in a time of crisis. National Theatre Scotland answered the call and it’s not turning back, writes Jackie Wylie.
Heidi Wiley and Hélène Gauthier share how they created a virtual venue - and why they think this provides a model for the future.
Research indicates people value gallery visits at £5 and would pay £11 to keep a local theatre going. What motivates that valuation is harder to define.
Theatre maker Rosie MacPherson calls for urgent action as Covid-19 closes routes to resettlement.