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National: Arts jobs at risk as councils cut spending

Job and service cuts proposed by councils struggling to cope with the economic downturn have sparked fears for the future of local arts provision across England and Wales. Both the National Campaign for the Arts and the National Association of Local Government Arts Officers have warned that non-statutory services such as culture are likely to be first hit when authorities implement cost-cutting drives

Experimental theatre award calls for site-specific work

One of the UK’s most generous awards for experimental theatre has changed its entry criteria for 2010 and is now seeking a site-specific production to be staged as part of a major festival next year.

Theatre Web Round Up - Fri 9th Jan

A quick look at the theatre-related news and articles from around the web this week.

Arts must prepare for 2010 funding cuts, warns Burnham

ulture secretary Andy Burnham has alerted subsidised arts organisations that they are not “immune” from a government savings drive in the face of the global financial crisis and that they should start making “contingency plans” in case current funding levels are cut in 2010.

Live Performance Commissions from Theatre Bristol and Bristol Old Vic

Theatre Bristol and Bristol Old Vic are working together to support and build on the exciting energy and vision of artists making live performance in Bristol

Producers may boycott Edinburgh fringe after box office cash delays

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.

Theatres Trust will not be given more clout in protecting heritage

Legislation which would give the Theatres Trust greater involvement in the protection of historic buildings has been axed by the government.

Bristol Old Vic receives overwhelming response to top job vacancies

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 actors get less pay and shorter careers

Female performers earn significantly less and have shorter careers than their male counterparts, new research has revealed.

Youth theatres to be spot-checked for safety

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

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