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Monday, February 20, 2017

Repertory theatre returns to Manchester for the first time in 50 years by Georgia Snow

Rep will return to Manchester for the first time in more than half a century, as part of a growing trend for

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£200k grant accelerates Theatre Royal Wakefield creative hub plans by Georgia Snow

Plans for a new creative hub at the Theatre Royal Wakefield have taken a step forward after the council granted the project

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Friday, February 17, 2017

Andrew Scott Hamlet cancels first Almeida preview by Georgia Snow

The first preview of Hamlet, starring Andrew Scott, has been cancelled owing to staff changes on the production. Hamlet was due to

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Immersive production of Hair to open at the Vaults by Georgia Snow

An immersive production of rock musical Hair is to run at the Vaults in London, in celebration of the show’s 50th anniversary.

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Caroline Flack to star in Crazy for You tour by Georgia Snow

Television presenter Caroline Flack is to star in a national tour of Crazy for You. Flack, who won Strictly Come Dancing in

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Sunderland cultural quarter gets £6m Arts Council fillip by Georgia Snow

Plans for a major arts and cultural development in Sunderland have been given a £6 million boost by Arts Council England. The

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Thursday, February 16, 2017

Trevor Nunn: ‘National Theatre has duty to both new work and classics’ by Georgia Snow

Trevor Nunn has claimed the National Theatre has as much duty to new work as it does to the classics, and must

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All-white Half a Sixpence casting director: ‘We did audition BAME actors’ by Georgia Snow

The casting director of Half a Sixpence has responded to criticisms of the show’s all-white cast, claiming black and Asian performers were

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Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Djalili and McKellen to star in Daniel Evans’ first Chichester Festival Theatre season by Georgia Snow

New Chichester Festival Theatre artistic director Daniel Evans has unveiled his inaugural season at the venue, with productions including a revival of

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Arts Council gives sneak peek of 25-year Creative Talent Plan by Georgia Snow

Darren Henley has unveiled the first details of Arts Council England’s 25-year Creative Talent Plan, including a major collaboration with De Montfort

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Underbelly granted permission to build Marble Arch theatre by Georgia Snow

A new temporary theatre is to be built in Marble Arch, after council bosses gave plans the green light. Westminster Council’s planning

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Brighton Festival announces 2017 programme by Georgia Snow

The world premiere of a play marking 70 years of Indian independence and a new collaboration between Andy Smith and Fuel feature

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Tobi Poster: ‘Puppetry offers exciting possibilities for theatremakers’ by Georgia Snow

The writer, performer and puppeteer developed his work in puppetry after training in physical theatre. He talks to Georgia Snow about his

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Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Samantha Barks and Arthur Darvill to star in Honeymoon in Vegas at the Palladium by Georgia Snow

Samantha Barks and Arthur Darvill are to star in the UK premiere of Jason Robert Brown’s Honeymoon in Vegas. The concert production,

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Nolly Mqulwana: ‘I’m proud to be giving people their first experience of South African culture’ by Georgia Snow

Inspired by the South African township where she grew up, the choreographer’s latest show includes contemporary dance, music and circus and features

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Monday, February 13, 2017

Two Cardiff venues will remain under council control following U-turn by Georgia Snow

St David’s Hall and the New Theatre in Cardiff are to remain under council control after the local authority U-turned on long-held

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Inquiry into working-class actors to address ‘leaky pipeline’ in theatre by Georgia Snow

An inquiry into working-class representation in the arts is being launched by Labour in a bid to combat a “leaky pipeline” from

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Ann Ogbomo: ‘We’ve all seen Dead Poets Society, but I don’t think we’ve seen this’ by Georgia Snow

Ann Ogbomo is performing in Southwark Playhouse’s School Play, which tackles what it means to be a primary school teacher in Britain

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Friday, February 10, 2017

Childcare fund launched for parents in TV and film by Georgia Snow

A new fund has been set up to help parents working in television and film to pay for childcare. It has been

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Zinnie Harris and Charlene James shortlisted for Susan Smith Blackburn Prize by Georgia Snow

Zinnie Harris, Charlene James and Penelope Skinner are among the six British playwrights shortlisted for this year’s Susan Smith Blackburn Prize. Harris

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Government overrules exam boards that ditched theatre trips by Georgia Snow

The government has stepped in to reverse a decision made last year that said GCSE and A level drama students would no

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Production news round-up: February 1 to 7 by Georgia Snow

Musicals Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill, starring Broadway performer Audra McDonald, will open in the West End this summer, having

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Lesley Garrett: ‘Older women in opera should be powerful, not bag ladies’ by Georgia Snow

Lesley Garrett has highlighted the lack of roles for older women in opera, claiming roles that exist “tend to be bag ladies

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Thursday, February 9, 2017

Royal Welsh College and WNO launch dedicated opera school by Georgia Snow

The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama is to set up a dedicated opera school, in partnership with Welsh National Opera.

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Sadiq Khan throws weight behind campaign to save live music venues by Georgia Snow

London mayor Sadiq Khan has welcomed government proposals to safeguard live music venues by strengthening the ‘agent of change’ principle. It comes

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New Schools Network education report findings contested by anti-EBacc campaigners by Georgia Snow

  Arts education experts have responded to a new report on the English Baccalaureate, contesting its assertion that the measure has had

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Wayne McGregor: ‘People will tell you there are rules, but there aren’t any’ by Georgia Snow

Clad all in black, in an entirely monochrome office space, Wayne McGregor might give the impression of being somewhat austere. Instead, he

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Wednesday, February 8, 2017

EBacc has been good for arts education, claims new research by Georgia Snow

New research has contradicted claims that the English Baccalaureate stifles creativity in schools and asserts that the number of arts GCSE entries

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Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Arts Council needs ‘step change’ in offering for young people by Georgia Snow

A “step change” in Arts Council England’s work with children and young people must occur if it is to succeed in achieving

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Salford arts venue threatened with closure wins stay of execution by Georgia Snow

Threatened arts venue Islington Mill in Salford has had its licence renewed, despite fears that a noise complaint could have forced it

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Monday, February 6, 2017

Council seeks independent operator for Harlow Playhouse by Georgia Snow

Harlow Playhouse is to leave council control, as the local authority begins the process of finding a new operator for the theatre.

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