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Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Herald newspaper slashes reviews coverage at Edinburgh Fringe amid funding cuts by Georgia Snow

Scottish newspaper the Herald has halved its budget for reviews at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe this year, in a move that has

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Edinburgh festivals chiefs urge Boris Johnson to maintain British Council funding by Georgia Snow

The heads of Edinburgh’s major festivals have written to foreign secretary Boris Johnson protesting against the planned cuts to the British Council,

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Monday, August 21, 2017

Thriller Live producer bought by German entertainment company for £5m by Georgia Snow

German live music promoter Deutsche Entertainment AG has bought out British entertainment producer the Flying Music Group, as it looks to expand

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Les Enfants Terribles to collaborate with Pussy Riot on new immersive show by Georgia Snow

Alice’s Adventures Underground creators Les Enfants Terribles are developing a new immersive show with Pussy Riot. The Russian feminist protest band is

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Menier Chocolate Factory to revive Barnum by Georgia Snow

The Menier Chocolate Factory is to stage a revival of Barnum this Christmas. The musical tells the story of 19th-century showman PT

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Friday, August 18, 2017

Michelle Terry: ‘I will act, but I won’t be directing at Shakespeare’s Globe’ by Georgia Snow

Michelle Terry has revealed she will not direct any productions when she takes over the artistic directorship of Shakespeare’s Globe. Speaking for

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Thursday, August 17, 2017

Exhibition celebrates 110-year history of Darlington Hippodrome by Georgia Snow

Darlington Hippodrome has unveiled a new exhibition celebrating the history and architecture of its Edwardian building, as it prepares to reopen after

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Full casting announced for Young Marx at the Bridge Theatre by Georgia Snow

Full casting has been announced for Young Marx, the first production at Nicholas Hytner and Nick Starr’s new theatre. The Bridge, next

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Toby Jones joins Henry Goodman in multimedia BBC Proms show by Georgia Snow

Toby Jones has joined the cast of a new BBC Proms performance combining actors with live music to explore the story behind

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Dromgoole’s Oscar Wilde season to be broadcast in cinemas by Georgia Snow

Dominic Dromgoole’s Oscar Wilde season in the West End is to be broadcast live to cinemas. His new company, Classic Spring, is

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Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Emma Rice’s Wise Children publishes full Arts Council application following bid controversy by Georgia Snow

Emma Rice’s new company Wise Children has published details of its bid for Arts Council England support, after claims the decision disregarded

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York Theatre Royal offers £3,500 commission for new youth play by Georgia Snow

York Theatre Royal has announced an open-call commission for a playwright to pen a new work for its youth theatre. The venue

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The Blockheads and Graeae pen new song protesting government disability cuts by Georgia Snow

The Blockheads’ Chaz Jankel and Derek Hussey have collaborated with theatre company Graeae to write a protest song for its forthcoming tour

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Andy Coxon to lead cast of Hair by Georgia Snow

Andy Coxon is to star in the forthcoming 50th anniversary production of rock musical Hair. Coxon, whose recent credits include Yank! at

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Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Lloyd Webber strikes deal for musical theatre expansion in China by Georgia Snow

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Really Useful Group has announced a new partnership with one of China’s largest live entertainment groups to develop the

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‘Diversity is an industry challenge, not just one for drama schools’, claims training sector by Georgia Snow

Leading drama schools have defended their efforts to diversify the students that apply to their institutions, in the wake of a report

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Monday, August 14, 2017

Cast for Menier Chocolate Factory’s The Lie announced by Georgia Snow

Tony Gardner has joined the cast of Florian Zeller’s The Lie at the Menier Chocolate Factory in London. Gardner, best known for

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British actor wins US network ABC’s talent contest by Georgia Snow

A British actor from Herefordshire has landed a $25,000 contract with US television network ABC following a competition to find UK stars

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Friday, August 11, 2017

Circus show inspired by refugee stories comes to London by Georgia Snow

A new circus show inspired by the real-life stories of refugees fleeing war-torn countries will have its UK premiere next week. It

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Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Starlight Express to be revived at the Other Palace by Georgia Snow

Andrew Lloyd Webber musical Starlight Express is to return for a new workshop production. Members of the original creative team are set

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‘West End ticket prices are dreadful’ – theatre producer Thelma Holt by Georgia Snow

  Producer Thelma Holt has become the latest figure to rail against “dreadful” West End ticket prices, claiming they promote a culture

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Thursday, August 10, 2017

Tech company vows to stamp out ‘rip-off’ online ticket touting in theatre by Georgia Snow

Technology used for secure transactions in gold and diamond trading is at the core of a new ticketing platform trying to stamp

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Aaron Sidwell cast in 2018 Wicked tour by Georgia Snow

Aaron Sidwell is to join the cast of Wicked for its 2018 UK and Ireland tour. Sidwell’s credits include musicals American Idiot,

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Guidelines launched to help arts organisations adapt to older audiences by Georgia Snow

The Family Arts Campaign has launched new guidance to help cultural organisations better suit the needs of older audiences. The scheme has

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Open auditions to be held for Royal Albert Hall Nutcracker by Georgia Snow

Birmingham Royal Ballet is to hold open auditions for young dancers to appear in a Christmas production of The Nutcracker at the

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Drama school audition fees are ‘unfair’ and a barrier to working-class actors – Labour report by Georgia Snow

The “sky-high” cost of auditioning to drama school is “unjust and unfair”, preventing young, working-class actors from entering the profession, according to

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‘I won’t leave theatre for film’ – Harry Potter director John Tiffany by Georgia Snow

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child director John Tiffany has said he will not quit theatre for film despite there being an

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Wednesday, August 9, 2017

The Stage Debut Awards 2017: First shortlist celebrates UK theatre’s newcomers by Georgia Snow

The Stage has announced the inaugural nominees for The Stage Debut Awards 2017, featuring newcomers covering the length and breadth of British

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‘Drama should be compulsory in education, like sport’ – leading figures discuss Acting Up inquiry by Georgia Snow

The results of Labour’s Acting Up inquiry into working-class barriers to the performing arts have been published, highlighting a “class-shaped hole” in

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Tuesday, August 8, 2017

RSC to hold massive costume jumble sale by Georgia Snow

The Royal Shakespeare Company is selling more than 10,000 items of costume in a one-off jumble sale event next month. Costumes, shoes,

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North ‘needs £691m extra arts funding’ to break even with London by Georgia Snow

The north of England would need nearly £700 million more in arts funding for it to match the levels afforded to London,

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