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  Equity has admitted that it deleted tweets sent out by its minority ethnic members committee calling on actors to denounce Laurence Fox, with
  Opera North will name its new Leeds headquarters the Howard Opera Centre after philanthropist Keith Howard, who is donating £11.25 million towards
  Applying for drama school this year? Samantha Marsden speaks to teachers and students from schools including RADA, Italia Conti, LAMDA and the
  Artistic Directors of the Future and Touretteshero are among the recipients of £4.3 million of funding from Arts Council England to be
  Michael Longhurst has unveiled his second season as artistic director of the Donmar Warehouse, which includes a stage adaptation of the film
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  Meet our panel: We have given our panellists pen-names and used stock images but their biographies reflect their real career details…????? Emily
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  Drama college Performance Preparation Academy has revealed it is fitting out its new premises in Guildford with tens of thousands of pounds
  The National Youth Theatre is to undergo a £4.25 million redevelopment of its north London home, which will enable it to double
  Simon Stephens and Barbara Broccoli have been confirmed as judges for the inaugural Phil Fox Award for Playwriting. They will join the
  The Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation has awarded 16 grants totalling more than £225,000 to organisations including Bristol Old Vic, Southwark Playhouse and
  Last week, LAMDA director Sarah Frankcom said she hoped to abolish the school’s audition fees entirely, having already slashed the cost for
  Union Equity is embroiled in a censorship row after members of its minority ethnic members committee claimed the union had deleted its
  The Orange Tree Theatre in Richmond will begin broadcasting productions free of charge online, enabling audiences cross the globe to access its
  Scenes With Girls – Royal Court, London The Royal Court starts the year with a new play by Miriam Battye about female
  Some decades ago I made my living in a different way, and one cold January I was up a ladder, grappling to
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