dfp_header_hidden_string

access

I was saddened but not remotely surprised to read that 25% of theatre websites “fail disabled fans”. I would go further and say many...

More than a quarter of theatres in the UK display no access information on their websites at all, according to a new report into...

Designer Jon Bausor has said the “white, middle-class” theatre design sector needs to be more inviting to people from different backgrounds. The set and costume...

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...
^