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An investigation is being launched into the barriers to becoming a lighting designer faced by people from black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds. African and...

A new initiative has been set up to being more people from under-represented backgrounds into commercial theatre producing. Bridge the Gap, from producer training charity...

Theatres across the UK will soon be able to access training to address unconscious bias at work, as part of a drive to create...

Recently, I’ve attended lots of discussions about the current state of theatre design – from the Society of British Theatre Designers conference about contracts...

Unlike going to a museum, where what we see has been curated for us, attending the performing arts is a self-curated experience. We choose,...

One can understand Douglas Eaton’s critique of the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama’s move to scrap grading for first-year students to mitigate...

Yellow Earth Theatre is launching an academy in Birmingham to find the next generation of British East Asian actors. The company is aiming to tackle...

Rachael Young’s latest solo show Nightclubbing is named after singer-songwriter Grace Jones’ album of the same name. She tells Giverny Masso how she imagines...

I spent part of last week at the Edinburgh International Children’s Festival. It’s one of an increasing number of children’s arts and theatre festivals...
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