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arts cuts

Arts organisations in Birmingham could face significant cuts for the third time in four years, despite a commitment from the council to maintain funding...

Cultural organisations in Bath and North East Somerset have been dealt a further blow, after the local council revealed plans to close its arts...

Watching Emma Gonzalez speak is heart stopping. The Parkland shooting survivor, and founder of the Never Again movement, is a study in dignity, her...

Theatre must stop using austerity as an excuse for low wages, Equity official Paul Fleming has said. The union's organiser in the live performance department...

National charity Arts Development UK is to close after 35 years due to the impact of local authority cuts. The organisation, which draws its membership...

Scottish newspaper the Herald has halved its budget for reviews at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe this year, in a move that has been criticised...

In response to Howard Brenton’s letter ('David Hare and Howard Brenton protest against Hampstead Theatre funding cut’, thestage.co.uk, July 5), I am of course...

I’m worried. Worse. I’m angry. The fundamental nature of what theatre practitioners, drama teachers, creative leaders, writers, designers, musicians and stage technicians do is...

It is devastating to hear that both Bristol and Bath and North East Somerset councils are cutting their arts funding so drastically. As a world...
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