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The Government "expect and recommend" masks in enclosed public spaces - and cultural venues are taking the lead.
Erin Gavaghan reflects on how the lives of women with experience of the criminal justice system can be profoundly changed by theatre.
Pleas for further income support during the four week wait are unlikely to be heard but an insurance scheme may finally come to fruition.
It’s easy to blame the challenges now facing theatre on the longest shutdown of stages since the mid-17th century. But these problems began well before the pandemic, argues Dan Hutton.
The conservatoire is the fourth in two weeks to face allegations of historic staff misconduct. What's driving the rise in disclosure?
Drama schools would do well to interrogate their practices and culture now before the calls for reform begin.
The movement is part of a sea change in representation in theatre: "It's comparable to non-disabled people playing disabled characters, or even white people putting on blackface."
New Diorama Theatre will open a free workspace in July, welcoming up to 80,000 creatives per year: "We would be delighted if other places stole the idea and emulated it."
London launches a massive domestic tourism campaign as England progresses to the next stage of the reopening roadmap.
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.