5 June - 'Landmark' guides launched to stamp out sexual harassment in theatre
Individuals and organisations will be supported to tackle “long outdated behaviours and attitudes” through two new guides aimed at stamping out sexual harassment in the workplace.
5 June - It is time to make more noise, more usefully, to support freelance creatives
Many of the artists involved in making all kinds of theatre work are so poorly paid that it impacts their own health and wellbeing.
5 June - Universal basic income: Plans drawn up for £1,600 a month trial in England
Thirty people could be paid £1,600 a month without any obligation under proposals for the first trial of a universal basic income in England.
5 June - Theatre’s recovery is dependent on more than one-off, exceptional events
In a recent ‘how is theatre going to survive’ conversation, a wise collaborator was reflecting on the post pandemic need to make an ‘event’ out of going to the theatre.