funding-cuts

Red Ladder Theatre Company, Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds and the Orange Tree Theatre are among the high profile casualties of Arts Council England’s...

West Berkshire Council has confirmed it will reduce its funding to Newbury’s Corn Exchange by 45% from this April, but will spread the cut...

Nottingham Playhouse’s confirmed 100% funding cut from its county council will result in “tougher” times ahead and fewer actors being employed by the venue...

A consortium of theatres in mid Wales is to lose its entire £57,000 annual grant from one of its three local authority funders from...

Regional venues are no longer able to stage new and risky works to the same extent that they used to, Alan Ayckbourn has warned,...

Some venues faced funding cuts, while others welcomed new leaders. Natasha Tripney looks back on a time of change and a memorable festival in Manchester

As it celebrates its half-century this year, Nottingham Playhouse artistic director Giles Croft tells Nick Smurthwaite why he’s confident the venue can cope with the latest funding cuts

Ballet funding, venue evictions, West End ticket prices, fond memories of Michael Earl and under Barnum's shadow

Michael Attenborough and Dan Jarvis MP on the future of arts, agreement with Sinden on acting nomenclature and a call for Latin music