Producers have warned venue operators at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe that they may bypass the event in future years if ongoing problems with recouping box office receipts are not solved.
Legislation which would give the Theatres Trust greater involvement in the protection of historic buildings has been axed by the government.
Bristol Old Vic's search for Artistic and Executive Directors has led to a staggering number of applicants.Almost 100 applications have been received since the posts were advertised in November. The successful candidates will be responsible for leading the company into the next phase of its development.
Female performers earn significantly less and have shorter careers than their male counterparts, new research has revealed.
Youth theatre provision in the UK is to be monitored for safe practice under a new scheme to be launched by the National Council for Drama Training. National Council of Drama Training director Hilary Strong
Dance South West, the regional strategic agency for dance, is working in partnership with Bournemouth Borough Council to create and run a multi-million pound state-of-the-art Dance Centre at the Pavilion in Bournemouth.
BCC Arts, Festivals & Events service's November newsletter
The Theatres Trust is to be given greater involvement in the protection of historic buildings through an amendment to the heritage bill, which could prevent a repetition of incidents such as the partial destruction of Derby Hippodrome.
Arts Council England chief executive Alan Davey has warned that the current economic climate could see the industry plunged into a “spiral of decline” if the government does not keep up its investment in the culture sector.
Arts Council England is planning to introduce new processes of peer review and, from April 2010, a new system of self-assessment for its regularly funded organisations.