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Three quarters of stage managers who work with prompt desks have regularly experienced back or muscle pain as a result of their work, according...

Theatres across the UK are to receive guidance on how to prepare for Brexit, including advice around planning for the possibility of leaving the...

The government is to be lobbied to protect performers from being exploited financially by enshrining European Union copyright rules into UK law. It comes after...

A bill banning wild animals in travelling circuses in England has been passed by parliament, bringing an end to a 13-year legislative process. Last year,...

Thought all that preparation for the arrival of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation – or GDPR – on May 28 last year was...

Robert Glenister has revealed his struggle with depression and anxiety following a long-running dispute with HM Revenue & Customs, which he said has left...

The Royal Opera House has lost an appeal against a viola player who was awarded damages in 2018 for hearing loss he suffered during...

A former employee of the Epstein Theatre in Liverpool has been jailed for more than two years after admitting to stealing £273,000 from the...

The story of The Color Purple last week could have been a question set by an examiner for would-be lawyers studying employment law. While...
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