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  If enforced, the European Union’s proposed regulations to ban traditional theatre lights will have a calamitous impact upon the industry, writes multiple
  West Yorkshire Playhouse has launched its first young company, in a bid to increase development opportunities for emerging artists in the region.
  Three of the biggest secondary ticketing platforms have formally committed to being more transparent about the information they publish when they resell
  Gender inequality in the arts can only be solved with “direct intervention” such as quotas, leading campaigners have claimed. Women’s rights organisation
  And the prize for most misjudged publicity stunt of the week goes to Theater Konstanz in Germany. The venue is staging a
  If, like Tabard, ballet doesn’t float your boat, you’re probably not going to want to sit and watch a ballet that is
  Bureaucrats have no idea of the impact of seemingly simplistic regulations (‘Theatres face £180m bill under EU lighting rules’, News,...
  The latest press night parties, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures.This week’s...
  Three European creative organisations – Theatre de Liege in Belgium, Sadler’s Wells in the UK and Maison de la Danse in France
  Theatre must stop using austerity as an excuse for low wages, Equity official Paul Fleming has said. The union’s organiser in the
  I’m looking at my options for studying theatre when I leave school. My interests cover acting and backstage work, so I am
  Ben Rapp from Managed Networks, in association with Securys, continues his series of articles on how to comply with new data protection laws
  West End actors including Caroline Sheen and Jodie Jacobs have revealed their battles with anxiety in a bid to encourage more industry
  With songs from Mary Poppins, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, The Jungle Book, Winnie The Pooh, The Aristocats and more! A smash hit
  Theatr Clwyd in Wales has announced the participants of its Roundabout writer-in-residence scheme. The three writers are actor Melangell Dolma, director and
  The final days of Anne Boleyn are being dramatised for a new site-specific play at the Tower of London, where she was
  Puppets are on the up – War Horse and Pinocchio being just a couple of recent examples. So now is a better
  While onstage gender reversal has long been a common sight in pantomime, drag has tended to be regarded as a niche style
  Actors Alexander Vlahos and Alexandra Dowling have argued it is “more important than ever” to give children opportunities to see live theatre,
    Sierra Boggess has withdrawn from a concert performance of West Side Story at the BBC Proms after a backlash over the
  Hayley Atwell and Jack Lowden will star in a new production of Measure for Measure at the Donmar Warehouse, in which they
  Meet our panel: We have given our panellists pen-names and used stock images but their biographies reflect their real career details… John
  When someone eventually writes the definitive history of British East Asian theatre, March 2018 will surely go down as a culmination of
  “And the whole thing is a whale carcass… because of… fear…” I tail off in a room of creatives stunned into silence.
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