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Employers in the creative industries risk alienating diverse young talent by "needlessly asking for degrees" for entry-level jobs, according to a new report. This was...

Who’d have guessed with all the rain, but summer solstice has been and gone. Which means only one thing for an actor – holiday...

I welcome positive changes to the Equity agreement. But I’d still like to see a change in the unfair tier structure in payments for...

London venue the Vaults has signed a pay agreement with union Equity, promising the living wage and a number of other conditions for all...

Actors’ willingness to make outrageous statements to promote their new work never ceases to amaze me. The latest to jump on the bandwagon is...

May 22, 1969: Just as The Stage has been doing this last week, 50 years ago we were covering developments at the Equity annual...

One of the issues facing costume professionals in the fight for better pay and conditions is the myriad ways in which we are paid....

Actors and agents claim the “extortionate” cost of train travel is pricing performers out of auditions, with castings at short notice and multiple call-backs...

Sheffield Theatres has come under fire for treating blind and visually impaired audiences as “charity cases”, after it emerged that audio describers at the...
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