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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,...

A quarter of theatre productions at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe deal with social issues such as mental health and the #MeToo movement, according...

Exclusive research conducted by The Stage has revealed the extent of under-representation of disabled students at the UK's leading drama schools. Last year, just 1%...

Concerns have been raised over plans for disabled access within the £112 million Factory arts centre in Manchester, which is seeking planning approval for...

While the industry may be moving towards greater inclusion and diversity, recently a growing issue has emerged for the sign language community: hearing actors...

The government’s new disability champion for the arts has revealed his plans to improve the “dismal” under-representation of disabled workers in theatre. Andrew Miller was...

I have a feeling that arguments about diversity will be with us for some time to come, but perhaps all of this needs to...

While a number of companies offer accessible performances for learning-disabled children, few are aimed at over-18s. The designer of Frozen Light’s latest multi-sensory show...

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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