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Paris’ 30 minuscule theatres sprang from the city’s ‘cafe theatre’ tradition, but now their owners say they are being hit by a punitive tax...

I’ve had a busy year with a variety of enjoyable and challenging work. Unfortunately, most of it has been low paid, which was...

Proposed tax reforms that threatened to hit low-income theatre workers with a fivefold increase to their national insurance payments have been scrapped. The news has...

Dealing with HMRC can be a daunting experience for self-employed performers and theatre workers. Paul Clayton explains why careful preparation and finding the right...

Proposed government tax changes under which low-income theatre staff could face a 500% hike in National Insurance payments have been delayed. Equity, which has been...

When I heard the former director of Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre talking about the negative effect accountants have on the arts, initially I was rather...

Performers have enough to focus on without the often stressful demands of keeping on top of their finances, so inevitably areas of confusion arise. Fortunately,...

Theatres around the UK run by the two biggest commercial operators outside London are faced with an extra £2.18 million business rates bill over...

The Critics’ Circle welcomes the news that the government will not proceed with hikes in national insurance contributions for the self-employed. With full-time jobs...
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