For many, British drama schools are beacons of excellence, whose training has led to fulfilling careers, but for others they have become symbols of all that is wrong with British theatre. The heads of some of the UK’s most prestigious schools speak to Lyn Gardner about finding the balance between tradition and change
Despite being unable to stage shows for much of 2020, many theatre workers channelled their energies into supporting their local communities, distributing food and deliveries to elderly and vulnerable people, providing phone-call support – and even serving at the front line of the NHS
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