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Cath James tells how she has progressed through her career.
Charlotte Jones raises questions about Arts Council England’s recent choice of projects to receive its Strategic Touring funds
New work for children and young people dominates the list of first-round awards
Rachel Escott looks at the benefits of marketing collaborations for touring productions
Jane Donald and Sam Stone explain how the RSNO is meeting the challenge of understanding its geographically disparate audience base
Natalie Wilson outlines a new schools touring strategy based on collaboration
Hayward Touring takes work by hot contemporary artists into the UK’s cultural ‘cold spots’. Roger Malbert explains what goes on behind the scenes
Arts Council England is making a new funding commitment to touring: Jodi Myers is hoping that this will deliver what the sector really needs
Arts Council England emphasises collaborative projects and financial sustainability throughout its new funding programmes
Ralph Lister takes a look at the National Rural Touring Forum and its efforts to improve arts access in rural areas
How does a touring agent in Australia go about planning a four-month tour of 43 venues spanning more than 7.5 million square kilometres? Harpreet Kaur shares her experiences
Norway and England have very different theatre ecologies, but by working in both of them a theatre company can extend its reach and reputation, says Alex Byrne
Judith Knight considers the ethics and practicalities of international touring in an era of ecological disasters
The arts sector is quick off the mark to generate eco-friendly reports and recommendations but, asks Debra Reay, why is it stalling on practice?