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Nica Burns, Nimax chief executive Nica Burns, Nimax chief executive

Nica Burns

Nica Burns is a theatre producer and co-owner of Nimax Theatres, which includes London theatres such as the Palace Theatre, the Apollo Theatre and the Vaudeville Theatre.

The Stage 100, in association with Spektrix, is intended to reflect who are the 100 most influential people working in the theatre and performing arts...

Some of commercial theatre's biggest producers including Cameron Mackintosh and Sonia Friedman have committed to giving every actor that auditions for their productions a...

Alex Edelman, Felicity Ward, Ahir Shah and Kieran Hodgson have been nominated for this year's Edinburgh Comedy Awards. They have been nominated for best comedy...

Major progress has been made in the Save Stage Lighting campaign, with theatres set to be exempted from a proposed European Union ban that...

London mayor Sadiq Khan has warned the capital risks becoming a “dormitory” city unless more is done to protect cultural buildings from housing developers. Khan...

Plans to build a hotel next to the West End’s Adelphi Theatre have sparked fresh concerns over the “detrimental” impact of potential noise complaints...

Drama societies from Goldsmiths and University College London were among the winners of this year’s London Student Drama Festival. The event marked the first time...

West End theatre owner Nica Burns has claimed the industry must adapt to a changing society in which audiences want to eat and drink...

Producer Nica Burns has warned that arts journalism cutbacks are “incredibly serious”, and a threat to emerging theatre talent. The co-owner of Nimax Theatres was...
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