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Equity low pay no pay officer Emmanuel de Lange is to become the union’s new West End organiser. He will replace Virginia Wilde, who is...

The Edinburgh Fringe started by accident. In 1947, eight companies took advantage of the existence of the official Edinburgh International Festival to programme their...

We have a thriving theatre culture in the UK, both on professional stages and with more than 2,500 amateur dramatic companies, which stage more...

Sometimes in this business you can be talking about an issue and, all of a sudden, it is everywhere in the press. I experienced...

Theatre must stop using austerity as an excuse for low wages, Equity official Paul Fleming has said. The union's organiser in the live performance department...

I am writing on behalf of Print Room at the Coronet in London, which was referenced in Alistair Smith’s Editor's View column last week. This...

Hello #dear, after seeing a back and forth between @TheStage writers about Fringe Theatre. What’s your take on it all? Should Actors get profit-share...

I am in the midst of a career first. After 17 years (intermittently) treading the boards, I am delighted to be heading up West....

Our associate editor Mark Shenton’s intervention into the fringe pay debate has provoked some lively dialogue. He outlined his intention to stop reviewing shows “for...
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