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There is always room to improve how theatre boards run, but being on one has never been more onerous. Sean Egan warns that as...

Your presumption that Mark Gatiss signed up for The Madness of George III at Nottingham Playhouse based on National Theatre Live’s attachment is incorrect...

We do need to talk about boards, as The Stage said this month, and we may need to do some things too. But are...

In challenging times like these, great theatre organisations need strong governance (Editor’s View, November 8). UK Theatre and the Society of London Theatre are steering this essential conversation...

Whenever I talk to theatre executives, there is one topic that they tend to bring up more than any other: boards. The quality of theatre...

Boards wield ultimate power at theatres, yet operate largely behind the scenes. Controversies in other sectors have highlighted the risks of such a lack...
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