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Creative education campaigners have cautioned against the government's claims that arts subjects are on the rise at GCSE, arguing that a spike in art...

Entertainment unions have jointly written an open letter expressing "deep concern" at the decline in arts journalism and the impact this will have on...

Plans have been revealed for a new "world-class" theatremaking space in Ipswich, which will be home to physical theatre company Gecko. If approved, the facility...

Rufus Hound is to star in the Royal Shakespeare Company's stage adaptation of The Boy in the Dress. Irvine Iqbal, Natasha Lewis and Forbes Masson...

James Graham's play Quiz, about the Who Wants to Be a Millionaire cheating scandal, is being adapted for television. Quiz opened at Chichester Festival Theatre...

The nominees have been announced for this year's Edinburgh Comedy Awards, which see London Hughes become the first black British woman to be nominated...

A former pottery in north London is to be transformed into a children's puppet theatre and bookshop after plans for the scheme were green-lit...

A new campaign group has been set up to bring the at risk Garston Empire in Liverpool back into use as an entertainment venue. The...

The relationship between performance and animals is to be explored by a theatre academic from the University of Surrey, who has been awarded a...

Theatre ticket prices have got "completely out of hand" in both the commercial and the subsidised sectors, Robert Icke has claimed. The director said the...

More than 8,000 people have signed a petition calling on exam board Pearson to reverse last-minute changes to grade boundaries for a BTEC qualification...

Michael Grandage's charitable organisation has announced the recipients of its fourth year of bursaries, including 16 individual awards and partnerships with the Gate Theatre,...
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