For the first performances of their house tour, Bootworks took The Incredible Book Eating Boy to Sheringham Little Theatre, North Norfolk. The piece is 5 minutes long and …More »
If you follow us on Twitter, you will have seen that on Tuesday of this week we hosted an event on diversity for programmers across our venue network. …More »
Michael Brazier is the director of the National Student Drama Festival, and has blogged for us about 2013’s set up. …More »
I’d been wondering for a while what this week’s blog post should be about – there is so much happening in the world of the arts at the …More »
In March, Les Enfants Terribles’ kickstart their tour of The Trench, supported by house. We asked Oliver Lansley, the company’s co-director and author of The Trench, to write …More »
As you’ll have heard this week, Newcastle are the latest council to announce a full cut in their arts funding, following on from Lothians and Westminster’s announcements last …More »
We ask: would a marketeer’s day/group/session be beneficial, do you think, where they can come together to discuss issues? …More »
Happy New Year to you all. We hope you had a lovely, festive Christmas and are ready for 2013. Here’s just a few of the things that we’re up …More »
Three weeks into our blog and already we’re slacking… the truth is, it’s busy in the house office at the moment – we close for Christmas tomorrow, so …More »
house steering group member Gavin Stride writes for about the house touring model and our ambition for audience development. …More »
George Williams of Long Nose Puppets, who took part in one of the first house tours ‘Penguin’ writes about his experience. …More »
Warning to artists and performers!
Equity has learnt that someone has been setting up false emails and Facebook accounts using the details of high profile casting directors and then attempting to set up castings; read the full article for tips on how to check their authenticity.
Guardian Culture Professionals Network round up all the best insights and comments from a previous live chat on how arts organisations can market their new programmes more effectively and efficiently
The selection committee for the Contemporary Classic Theatre commission are delighted to announce that theatre company Transport have been awarded the commission to produce a new adaptation of the classic William Shakespeare play As You Like It. …More »
10 Common Mistakes with Arts Organisations Using Twitter
Jake Orr at A Younger Theatre looks at the most common mistakes made by arts organisations, individuals and companies when using Twitter.