Georgia Snow

Georgia Snow

Biography

Georgia is chief reporter at The Stage, having joined the company in 2014.

Recent Articles

Consortium selected to produce ACE-backed Edinburgh Fringe showcase

Consortium selected to produce ACE-backed Edinburgh Fringe showcase

Six cultural organisations including Battersea Arts Centre, theatre festival Transform and live art company Fierce have been jointly granted £500,000 to deliver a showcase of performing arts in Edinburgh next year
Performers join week of arts funding protests at Parliament Square

Performers join week of arts funding protests at Parliament Square

Theatre and opera workers have joined the latest in a series of performing arts demonstrations outside the Houses of Parliament, calling for targeted support for the sector and more recognition for its contribution to the economy
Yellow Earth rebrands for ‘new chapter’ as New Earth Theatre

Yellow Earth rebrands for ‘new chapter’ as New Earth Theatre

British East and South East Asian theatre company Yellow Earth has announced it is relaunching as New Earth Theatre, with plans for new virtual and outdoor performances
Turbine Theatre to stage adult pantomime by Jodie Prenger

Turbine Theatre to stage adult pantomime by Jodie Prenger

London’s Turbine Theatre has announced plans to stage its first pantomime, as well as transfer its concert production of Hair to the London Palladium.
Almeida Theatre to reopen in December with programme of new work

Almeida Theatre to reopen in December with programme of new work

London’s Almeida Theatre will reopen this year with a devised production by Rebecca Frecknall and Chris Bush, it has announced, alongside plans for new work in 2021.
David Morrissey to star in new Headlong play experienced by telephone

David Morrissey to star in new Headlong play experienced by telephone

Headlong has revealed plans for a new short play, which audiences will experience over the phone, performed by David Morrissey and Leanne Best.
Newcastle Theatre Royal defends decision to offer panto work to third party

Newcastle Theatre Royal defends decision to offer panto work to third party

Philip Bernays said the decision not to offer the work to the zero-hours staff already associated with the theatre "was not taken lightly"
West Midlands arts sector promises 'radical' action to support black creatives

West Midlands arts sector promises 'radical' action to support black creatives

Birmingham Hippodrome, the Royal Shakespeare Company and Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre are among nearly 30 arts organisations in the West Midlands that have signed up to a pledge vowing to make "radical and permanent change" for black creatives and employee
Arts foundations link up to offer series of £20,000 grants to artists

Arts foundations link up to offer series of £20,000 grants to artists

Jerwood Arts, the Wolfson Foundation, the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation and the Linbury Trust have come together to launch the Live Work Fund for individuals working the performing arts and music in the UK
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