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New research investigating the connections between subsidised and commercial theatre finds a symbiotic relationship with public funding at the heart of its success.
Revenues are growing, and staff and customers are happier since Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre moved its box office to a cloud-based system, reports Libby Penn.
New online resources aim to streamline tour booking for theatre companies and help venues widen their programming.
Georghia Ellinas reveals how Shakespeare’s Globe helps teachers to explore the full relevance of the Bard’s plays to young people.
Portsmouth boy turned director Ian Nicholson trained at CSSD, NT Studio and Ecole Philippe Gaulier in clown – but what would he tell himself if he could do it all again?
More theatre goers enjoyed a greater choice of productions in 2014, according to the first comprehensive analysis of sales data from UK Theatre venues.
You might know what a development associate’s job description includes, but what does a week in their life actually look like? Michaela Nutt reveals all.
The playwright behind ‘McQueen’, James Phillips, shares his advice to the younger generation, from gambling to remembering that it’s only rock ‘n’ roll.
Live and recorded screenings have the potential to develop and serve new audiences for small-scale theatre companies, as well as generate income, report concludes.
Live performances to paying audiences are the main focus of the tax relief, but live streaming and educational productions will also qualify.
When Jim Mulligan joined Spare Tyre's workshops for older people, little did he know that he would go on to write four plays for the company and become a trustee.
Slung Low’s irreverent artistic director, Alan Lane, offers up some practical advice for the newly emerging professional.
Tom Bellerby takes a moment out of his day as Youth Theatre Director at Hull Truck Theatre to share the advice he would give to his younger self.
Do theatres really believe their own soundbites about being community-led, open and accessible buildings, asks David Sedgwick.
What’s it like to run a theatre education charity? Susan Whiddington gives a peek into her life as Director of Mousetrap Theatre Projects.
Gate Theatre’s Chris Haydon pays tribute to those who have mentored and inspired him throughout his career.
Do potential donors really understand the value of small-scale touring theatre? Joanna Ridout considers how the sector might better articulate its value.
After landing her dream job at WhatsOnStage, Sita McIntosh reflects on who has inspired her career in theatre.
Budget cuts, the introduction of the EBacc and mass academisation of schools has created a “perfect storm” for theatre companies working with young people, sector figures warn.