The pound-per-use value of some cultural and heritage activities has been calculated in a startling series of reports that could signal a sea change in funding decisions.
The Music Venue Trust is in discussions with the Government and other partners about a series of highly Covid-secure events in London and Bristol that would eventually reach 100% capacity.
European touring is under threat as the cost and logistics of taking performances to EU countries will pose "significant challenges" for everyone from individual artists to major national companies.
A Supreme Court decision has opened the door for thousands of arts and entertainment companies to claim business interruption insurance over Covid-19.
Michael D Beckwith
DCMS Minister Caroline Dinenage says the EU did not offer work permits and the Government is focussed on navigating the new landscape rather than negotiating.
A recent Creative Scotland survey suggests audiences are unlikely to return to pre-Covid levels until the population has been vaccinated.
The music industry is up in arms over the licensing body’s plan to impose tariffs of up to 17% on live streaming ticketed performances.
Drama schools are being urged to axe "absurd" fees for virtual and self-taped auditions to protect diversity in the theatre industry.
Parliament will debate whether visa-free work permits should be renegotiated as the Government blames Brussels for rejecting its "ambitious" proposals.
William W. Ward
With plans to resume activity at a standstill, freelancers face an uphill climb that could scar the theatre industry.
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A new international report calls for financial support as the timeline for reopening museums lengthens.
Complex rules, higher costs and visa requirements are set to place new barriers to EU artists working in the UK, even for short-term contracts or single gigs.