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: Fourth Monkey Actor Training Company inhabits a unique role as part of The Stage Scholarships, offering “innovative and forward-thinking” vocational actor...
: Members of the House of Lords have called on the government to show more commitment to supporting the creative industries when the
: Hoxton’s Courtyard Theatre is to relaunch as a home for new writing, after handing over the programming of its main space to
: Campaigners fighting to save the derelict Burnley Empire Theatre are one step closer to bringing the building back to life after receiving
: Nicholas Lyndhurst is to return to the West End stage following a five-year hiatus, starring alongside Katherine Jenkins and Alfie Boe in
: Ben Whishaw features in the Almeida Theatre’s new season, which includes premieres from James Graham and Christopher Shinn. Shinn’s play, Against, will
: 1. National Youth Theatre Rep Company Every year, the National Youth Theatre recruits 15 of its members, aged 18-25, to form a
: Having been on a highly successful diet, and garnering many compliments on my new waistline, I am not in the mood for
: Natalie Casey has joined the cast of Stepping Out in the West End. She joins the previously announced Amanda Holden, Tracy-Ann Oberman
: Musicals Carolyn Maitland is to join the UK tour of Ghost, replacing Sarah Harding. Maitland will play Molly in the musical when
: A group of cross-party MPs is calling on the government to ban unpaid internships in the sector, following evidence submitted to an
: Cultural blacklist apology SOUTH KOREA/SEOUL South Korea’s culture minister Cho Yoon-Sun has made a public apology for a blacklist of cultural figures drawn
: Professional comedians have moved to stamp out low and unpaid work in the sector, with the launch of a new manifesto outlining
: Theatre consultancy Charcoalblue has opened a studio in Glasgow as it expands its work in Scotland. The company has also announced new
: Born into a wealthy banking family, well connected in business and a practising professor of philosophy, Calvin Rand was also one of
: There’s a very fine, sensible new report on the Columbia Journalism Review website entitled: Curtains Fall on Arts Critics at Newspapers. Reading
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