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Deafinitely Theatre has announced a new training course to equip emerging deaf artists for a career in mainstream theatre. The year-long programme, called the Hub,...

Bush Theatre artistic director Madani Younis has claimed theatre leaders should be willing to step down from their roles to make way for people...

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child writer Jack Thorne has claimed disability is being “left out of every diversity conversation” in the arts. Thorne was...

Actors Alexander Vlahos and Alexandra Dowling have argued it is “more important than ever” to give children opportunities to see live theatre, in the...

Less than a fifth of employees working in music, performing and visual arts are from a working-class background, a new report claims. The study...

Actor Cathy Tyson will teach artists on a new development programme for underrepresented voices in Wales. The training scheme, Declaration, has been set up by...

Cast in Doncaster has announced that it will no longer demand audience members claiming free carer tickets for proof of disability. Free tickets have been...

A Liverpool drama school has scrapped its audition fees, in a move to encourage more working-class young people to apply. The Liverpool Theatre School has...

A new BBC training scheme for disabled actors has resulted in all 32 participants securing auditions for work with the Corporation. Called Class Act, the...
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