Sad news from ArtsMatrix, which closed suddenly on 3rd December. In their press release on the closure the ArtsMatrix board blamed the "very challenging financial and economic period for development agencies in the sector" and warned that "the closure of ArtsMatrix is part of a worrying trend right across the UK".
Ofcom has moved to allay concerns about the future use of wireless microphones in musical theatre productions following digital switchover.
Equity has raised concerns about the state of regional theatre, claiming that the scale of in-house production in repertory houses across the UK has fallen, despite increased public investment.
Members of the Theatrical Management Association are being contacted by the Office of Fair Trading to canvass opinion about Ambassador Theatre Group’s recent purchase of Live Nation’s UK venues and whether the move could impact negatively on competition in regional theatre.
West London’s Bush Theatre has this week launched a pioneering social networking website which allows playwrights to post their work online for producers and directors to read and commission.
The Office of Fair Trading has opened up its consultation with the theatre industry over Ambassador Theatre Group’s recent £90 million purchase of Live Nation’s UK venues, a deal which made it by far Britain’s biggest theatre operator.
As part of last night's second To You To Me 2, there was a spirited discussion about the hope for an informal, regular meeting 'space' to meet new theatre creatives and collaborators, to talk about potential ideas, to inspire each other.
More than 20 arts and entertainment bodies, including Equity, Bectu and the Society of London Theatre, are calling on the government to cover the costs of replacing wireless microphones following digital switchover.
A fledgling actors’ training agency, theatre, circus, opera and orchestra companies have been recognised in this year’s Arts & Business Awards.
Arts Council England have published the criteria it uses to make decisions about which organisations to fund regularly.
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