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Theatre can be a very insular world. It often feels as though raising an opinion gets you as far as screaming into an echo...

I moved to London when I was 18, ready for the adventure of starting my acting training at drama school. Blinded by the stunning...

Money worries, poor working conditions and bullying are among the leading contributors to mental health problems in musicians, including those working in theatre, new...

Industry leaders have called on the theatre sector to speak out about bullying and harassment in the wake of escalating allegations against Hollywood film...

The Arts Council of Wales has struck a three-year agreement with the Welsh NHS Confederation to promote the benefits of culture to well-being. The agreement,...

Industry body One Dance UK has secured almost half a million pounds to tackle inactivity in deprived areas of the country using dance. Earlier this...

Cheerful news for slothful theatregoers: watching from the stalls can stimulate your cardiovascular system as much as half-an-hour of exercise. Researchers from UCL and the...

Watching live theatre can stimulate a person's cardiovascular system as much as nearly half an hour of exercise, according to a new scientific study. Joseph...

Olivia Colman has revealed that she underwent cognitive hypnotherapy to combat stage fright before her first public performance in Mosquitoes at the National Theatre. The...
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