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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...

Five regional theatres are to share more than £20,000 in capital grants from the Theatres Trust. The awards, made through the UK Small Grants Scheme...

A new €4 million fund led by the British Council will help disabled theatre and dance artists advance their careers internationally. The professional development initiative,...

The programme of free professional development events for participants at the 2018 Edinburgh Fringe has been announced, including sessions on mental health, parenting in...

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...
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