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It’s terrific that for the Royal Shakespeare Company’s summer 2018 season, the directorial line-up will be all-female for both the main stage and the...

The new artistic director of the Royal Opera has revealed plans to introduce £10 tickets to audiences prepared to sit on the floor. Oliver Mears...

The “sky-high” cost of auditioning to drama school is “unjust and unfair”, preventing young, working-class actors from entering the profession, according to a new...

The BBC has launched a training programme to increase the number of disabled actors working in the organisation. The scheme, entitled Class Act, invites disabled...

The bias against working-class actors in the industry is “not as bad as it is purported to be”, actor Joseph Millson has claimed. Millson, who...

A new guide has been launched to ensure D/deaf and disabled audiences are better served when buying tickets online. Commissioned by the Society of Ticket...

Chichester Festival Theatre has launched a scheme to support people at risk of being socially isolated to attend shows. The free CFT Buddies Scheme is...

Jude Law has backed a new campaign to give a free theatre trip to every child. The pioneering initiative from London’s Albany theatre and ARC,...

Shakespeare’s Globe has launched four year-long apprenticeships for disadvantaged young people as part of a wider access programme aiming to make the theatre more...
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