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On Friday, Mark Shenton drew attention to a string of recent interviews with Sheridan Smith, in which she was startlingly honest about her panic...

Theatre’s working patterns make it almost impossible for carers to participate in a meaningful way. Caroline Wilkes argues that the industry would benefit from...

What do brown ballet shoes and emergency childcare have in common? Our two front page stories this week are both indicative of the way...

A 'game-changing' scheme that will provide workers in the performing arts with access to last-minute childcare is launching in 2019. The initiative looks set to...

Legislation that could have enabled self-employed parents in theatre and the creative industries to share parental leave has failed to progress past its second...

This week, campaigning body Parents and Carers in Performing Arts released findings of a report into the challenges faced by people with caring responsibilities...

A landmark study has laid bare the challenges facing people with caring responsibilities in the performing arts. The research reveals people with caring duties earn...

An ambitious claim has been put to West End theatre bosses that seeks to overhaul working conditions in Theatreland, by enabling more job shares...

For a sector that generally self-identifies as liberal and progressive, the current global state of affairs can make for depressing reading for theatre: whether...
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