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Brexit

Can we just think for a minute about a friend of mine, who has a gig on March 30 – in Europe. On that...

A German theatre has declared it will not be considering most British actors when casting its next production, sparking fresh fears over Brexit's impact...

Last year, Macbeth was all the rage. The year before that it was Julius Caesar. In 2019, it’s going to be wall-to-wall A Midsummer...

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child producer Sonia Friedman has said the theatre industry should prepare for "difficult times" ahead in the face of...

As David Dimbleby called the result of the EU referendum, I was watching from a Travelodge toilet in Birmingham. How fitting. A budget hotel’s...

In a tough funding climate, arts organisations are seeking to boost their finances with private donations and corporate sponsorship. Matt Trueman warns that venues...

News last week that Shakespeare’s Globe was looking at a substantial number of redundancies due to “a difficult financial year” followed similar warnings from...

Equity has said it would be open to the idea of a second referendum on the UK's membership of the EU, claiming that leaving...

What does Brexit mean for actors, dear? — Ste Bergin (@Ste_Bergin) January 2, 2019 Brexit. Oh my. What a daunting subject. Honestly, I preferred the term...
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