6 October - Theatres join up for campaign to boost uptake of school visits
4 October - Pay insecurity and harassment make freelancers lot an unhappy one
4 October - ‘We can’t turn off the lights or the projector’: inside UK culture’s energy crisis
4 October - Donelan: DCMS will prioritise economic growth
3 October - What the UK's financial meltdown tells us about theatre's diversity problem
In the wake of the new chancellor’s mini-budget, the waters are very choppy indeed. This country’s yawning post-Brexit wealth gap seems only set to widen: those who have will only get more and those without will be further deprived. Anyone harbouring hopes for a more equitable society is screaming into an abyss.
3 October - Half of freelancers feel job insecurity post-pandemic – survey
3 October - We can change theatre
So how can we really effect change beyond burning the house down, as the call comes at the end of Morgan Lloyd Malcolm’s Emilia, or simply sitting around moaning all the time and then going straight back and participating in the industry that we have been complaining about?