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A parliamentary inquiry has been launched to explore the lack of working-class performers, writers and musicians in the entertainment industry. Equity councillor Jackie Clune, who...

More than 85% of internships in the arts are unpaid, new research has revealed. The finding is presented in the report Pay As You Go,...

A charity has been launched that aims to cover the costs of sending families to the theatre. The Wysch Foundation has been set up by...

“It’s time to bugger off and let someone else have a go,” said David Jubb last Friday announcing his departure from Battersea Arts Centre...

Earlier this year, I wrote about artistic failure and what can be learned from making a piece of theatre perceived to be a flop,...

There is a problem with the concept of outreach. If a theatre is genuinely serving its community, being part of the community, then there...

Director Phyllida Lloyd has said that cuts to the arts in education will lead to “posh actors playing all the roles”. She said cuts made...

Just 2.2% of British TV episodes were made by black, Asian or minority ethnic directors between 2013 and 2016, according to a new report...

Supported by funders including Game of Thrones’ Emilia Clarke, the Open Door scheme is making world-class training accessible for all. John Byrne discovers how...
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