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The Stage Supports

Since our first issue in 1880, The Stage has championed theatremakers’ careers: discovering the latest talent, shining a light on success both on and off-stage and – when necessary – calling out unfair practice in the sector. The Stage Supports is a series of groundbreaking interventions launched by The Stage with a range of industry partners, all with one aim: to nurture on and off-stage talent in theatre and the performing arts.

It has been a good year for first-time playwrights, which bodes well for the The Stage Debut Awards in 2018. First, at the Royal...

At schools across the UK, Razzamataz offers theatre training in a friendly atmosphere and also supports students beyond graduation, Paul Vale writes Razzamataz Theatre Schools’...

Liverpool Theatre School hit the news recently when its principal Maxine Ellis announced it was eliminating all audition fees to encourage more working-class young...

Arts Ed has a genuinely international reputation as an outstanding centre for training in performing arts. In 2016, its BA degree school was named...

Youth Music Theatre UK, a new partner to The Stage Scholarships, is offering free tuition to one lucky winner, says Lisa Martland. Could it...

With nearly £60,000 up for grabs, the Hertfordshire school offers excellent opportunities for budding triple-threat performers, writes Lisa Martland Benjamin Kempton, 16, won a full...

The Pauline Quirke Academy of Performing Arts has offered 114 awards in The Stage Scholarships scheme for 2017, writes Lisa Martland. The winners from...

A new award for backstage journalism, supported by The Stage, has been launched in memory of former UK Theatre president Ken Bennett-Hunter. The AK Bennett-Hunter...

Pictures from the red carpet, party and awards ceremony at the inaugural The Stage Debut Awards, held in central London on September 17 at 8...
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