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Arts Council England chief executive Darren Henley has called for all schoolchildren to be taught creative subjects, claiming anything that is "good enough for...

The number of young people being entered for GCSE drama in England has fallen by 5.5% to less than 60,000, contributing to an overall...

We’ve had a couple of enlightening anecdotes this month from artists revealing how they stumbled into a career in theatre by accident. The first was...

The shellacking that Quentin Letts received for his Daily Mail review of the Royal Shakespeare Company’s The Fantastic Follies of Mrs Rich, in which...

Leading industry figures including English National Ballet's Tamara Rojo and Society of London Theatre chief executive Julian Bird have called on the government to...

Prize Day, 2008. The head boy has just made a perfect speech to the assembled school. It is nuanced, witty and heartfelt. The applause...

Ambitious plans to secure the future of arts provision in schools and ensure drama remains a vital part of children’s education have been unveiled...

The number of students entering GCSE drama in England in 2017 declined by 8.5% compared with the previous year. According to figures released by the...

Nine out of 10 English secondary schools claim they have had to cut back on lesson time, staff or facilities in at least one...
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