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For many theatremakers, the festival is fraught with financial risk and competition for punters, but it can provide rocket fuel for an artist’s career....

Actors who are between roles or in training often use their performance skills in promotional work. John Byrne looks at some key aspects for...

Theme park work isn’t just sweating in a Minnie Mouse costume during a hot Paris summer, there’s a variety of diverse and interesting roles,...

“Please don’t feel ashamed of having a day job to support your dream of working in the arts. A lot of people feel that...

London's Roundhouse has announced plans for a £15 million centre dedicated to nurturing the next generation of creative talent. It is the cornerstone project in...

Access to the arts is more vital as schools under funding pressure cut drama provision. Susan Elkin looks at the extra-curricular and summer holiday...

News that creative arts graduates earn 15% less than the average university leaver five years after graduation – and so may expect to have...

Creative arts graduates earn about 15% less than the average university leaver after five years of employment, according to a new government-backed study. Research by...

Meet our panel: We have given our panellists pen-names and used stock images but their biographies reflect their real career details...​ Albert Parker is 60...
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