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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...

Deputy Labour leader Tom Watson has warned of the “disastrous” consequences a no-deal Brexit would have for the arts, including touring and the make-up...

As the Second World War entered its final year, our editorial posed a question that seems strangely evergreen. “Can one, in these days, be a...

A project to increase gender representation across more than 250 music organisations has received €1.4 million to expand its work over the next four...

While the UK professes to be informed about theatre on the continent, we don’t always know what is good or how to keep the...

Boris Johnson has been urged to support the UK's creative industries in his new role as prime minister, in an open letter that warns...

Costume departments working on some of theatre's biggest shows are bracing themselves for a no-deal Brexit, warning there could be significant disruption if materials...

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