Keep up to date with all our activities by reading our regular blogs written by actor and theatre practitioner Janine Haynes.
21 September 2020It has been an incredibly exciting few weeks for indoor theatre. I feel like we are finally getting some traction, and we as an industry are starting to move forward...
4 September 2020
‘Arts GCSEs experience 37% drop in past decade.’ This headline from The Stage last month is extremely concerning.
Its research found that this year:
· 424,528 young people were entered for an arts subject at GCSE level, compared to 673,879 10 years ago in 2010 (37%)
· GCSE drama and music entries declined…
21 August 2020A statistic I read back in January really sticks in my mind: ‘61% of artistic directors in 2019 are white men’.
5 August 2020At 12pm on 31st July, Boris Johnson delivered a devastating blow for our industry...
22 July 2020The news we’ve all been waiting for finally arrived last week when Boris Johnson announced that indoor live performances can resume from 1 August, with a socially distanced audience....
9 July 2020We are absolutely delighted with the governments unveiling of a £1.57bn support package for the arts.
21 June 2020
I have been told many times that the creative industries, which includes theatre, is not as important as other industries because they don’t contribute to the UK’s economy as greatly.
Knowing that this is completely untrue, I wanted to give you a few facts and figures to show you just how…
28 May 2020We are absolutely delighted to announce that we have been awarded emergency funding from Arts Council England (ACE)...
21 May 2020The role of an Intimacy Co-ordinator is relatively new within the TV, film and theatre industry and one that is in high demand since the #MeToo movement.
8 May 2020There has been a great deal of discussion around when theatres will reopen...
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