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Projects funded by Creative Europe will continue to receive support from the government if the UK leaves the EU without a deal next month,...

The government has been accused of ignoring the pressures that its post-Brexit immigration plans will have on the creative sector, as industry bodies come...

The Stage has spoken to BECTU Brexit expert Tony Lennon about Theresa May's draft deal to leave the European Union and what this means...

Theatres may be obliged to disclose the pay gap between employees of different ethnicities, under new plans announced by Theresa May. The move would follow...

Lack of interest, a person's disability and restrictions on their time have been highlighted as the main reasons why people in England do not...

The government has given £100,000 to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe to go towards promoting emerging artists on a global stage. The funding has been announced...

New laws aimed at reducing knife crime in the UK could pose serious problems for fight directors and stage management in the theatre industry,...

Fears over the impact visa restrictions could have on Britain's cultural sector post-Brexit have been raised by a House of Lords report. It warns of...

Jeremy Wright spoke of being “very excited” this morning after his appointment as secretary of state for digital, culture, media and sport. Succeeding Matt...
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