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Natasha Tripney Don’t Miss Barber Shop Chronicles – Dorfman Theatre, National, London Inua Ellams' exhilarating play Barber Shop Chronicles, set in a series of barber shops in...

After the Weinstein revelations, it feels like the floodgates have opened. Many arts organisations need to deal with statements of inappropriate conduct, harassment and...

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For those wishing to pursue a career as a stage manager, a wide range of courses is available, as well as occasional apprenticeships. Industry...

Glasgow's Citizens theatre is to go dark from June 2018 to autumn 2020, while the theatre undergoes a £19.4 million redevelopment. The Citizens Theatre Company...

A worldwide talent search has been launched for early-career dancers to join a new ensemble. Contemporary dance company Rambert has launched Rambert2 in partnership with...

A filmed live performance about online bullying has been released along with free resource packs for schools to combat the issue. Cookies, directed by Anna...

Retired footballer Gary Lineker has said he would “thoroughly recommend” theatre to footballers. Lineker was speaking at a post-show Q&A for The Red Lion, a...

Stravinsky’s neoclassical extravaganza, The Rake’s Progress, plays on the tension between artificiality and sincerity. This elegant and lively inaugural production by OperaGlass Works, a...

My first ever job was in a musical theatre production of Peter Pan at the Cambridge Theatre, Covent Garden. It was my third audition....

How did you start off in theatre? I was involved in youth groups and studied a BA in performance at Northumbria. I discovered that though...

Meet our panel: We have given our panellists pen-names and used stock images but their biographies reflect their real career details...​​​ Albert Parker is 60 and has...

Six years after the publication of Bullying in the Arts, little has changed. Anne-Marie Quigg and Piers Jackson say the onus is on those with...

Natasha Tripney Don’t Miss Barber Shop Chronicles – Dorfman Theatre, National, London Inua Ellams' exhilarating play Barber Shop Chronicles, set in a series of barber shops in...

After the Weinstein revelations, it feels like the floodgates have opened. Many arts organisations need to deal with statements of inappropriate conduct, harassment and...
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