UK Theatre Blog

UK Theatre Blog

This blog is a space for influential voices from the theatre sector to comment on topical issues, explore new ideas, highlight success stories, share expertise and more. 
  • The State of Fundraising in the Theatre Sector Amanda RigaliWhat can the Private Investment in Culture Survey tell us about the state of fundraising in the theatre sector? Amanda Rigali (Director, Strategic Development at Cause4) shares her insights. 01 March 2017
  • SAFERtheatre Campaign Phillip Brown.jpgSAFERTheatre: to promote, improve and maintain health and safety standards within our industry. New member benefits launched. 23 February 2017
  • What I've Learnt: Family Matters Jenny DalyWith the Family Arts Campaign now in its fifth year and ahead of the Family Arts Conference on 15 March, we speak with Jenny Daly, Family Arts Campaign Manager, to find out a bit more about why she believes, 'Family Matters'. 15 February 2017
  • Accessible Ticketing Jonathan Brown If you care about equality and have any influence over how tickets are sold for your venue, please read on. 06 February 2017
  • Career Ladder: Sarah Holmes Sarah Holmes (Photo: Mike Kwasniak)Diversity champion, the force behind Ramps on The Moon, and CEO of The New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich, Sarah Holmes talks to us about her career to date and what's getting her excited. 01 February 2017
  • One Year On - Cassie Chadderton Cassandra Chadderton (4).jpgHead of UK Theatre & Membership Development, Cassie Chadderton, tells us about her first year in post. 26 January 2017
  • SAFERTheatre: Improving workplace health Phillip Brown.bmpPhillip Brown (Head of Risk & Technical) reflects on the importance of taking care of our health and well-being within the industry as UK Theatre and SOLT launch the SAFERtheatre campaign. 18 January 2017
  • How to Combat Secondary Ticketing tickets tickets tickets.JPGJonathan Brown, Chief Executive of the Society of Ticket Agents and Retailers (STAR) explores measures to combat the secondary ticketing market. 17 January 2017
  • Through the Box Office Window Jonathan Brown Jonathan Brown gives us the latest on plans to introduce an apprenticeship for the ticketing profession 12 January 2017
  • What I've Learnt: Time for Change Stephanie Street (credit Valéry Schatz)Stephanie Street, actor, playwright and co-founder and trustee of the Act for Change campaign tells us why there's no place for the status quo. 05 January 2017
  • Help us ensure a resilient theatre & performing arts sector Cassandra Chadderton (4).jpgHow did you get your start in the industry? For some it's drama school, others start with a technical theatre course, and some find their way in by getting on the job experience in casual roles. I found my way in through work experience... 12 December 2016
  • One Year On: Fiona Allan Fiona Allan_003.jpgPresident of UK Theatre and Chief Executive of Birmingham Hippodrome, Fiona Allan, tells us about her first year in post. 01 December 2016
  • Twinkle, twinkle, Torquay's little stars Little Donkey.jpgNaughty angels, rogue donkeys and star-quality solos - Wendy Bennett tells us how the Princess Theatre, Torquay opens up their stage to local schools, giving the children a chance to shine. 01 December 2016
  • Career Ladder: John Stalker John Stalker during his time at the Festival Theatre Edinburgh.jpgWe take a look at the impressive CV of John Stalker; from working at the heart of regional theatre to now providing productions for these venues. 30 November 2016
  • What I've Learnt: Greening the Arcola Info.jpgFeimatta Conteh shares what she and Ben Todd learnt being at the forefront of the green theatres movement and founding Arcola Energy 21 November 2016
  • What I've Learnt: Broadcasting Richard LilliGeissendorferHeadshot (17 of 26).jpgLilli Geissendorfer shares what she learnt producing the Almeida's first live broadcast 21 November 2016
  • The Business of New Audiences Sara Lock AMA.jpgAMA Associate Editor Sara Lock explores how working with businesses has helped Creative People and Places projects engage new audiences. 21 November 2016
  • Where will ticketing be in 20 years' time? Michael Nabarro.jpgSpektrix's Michael Nabarro looks at how the future might look for the sector 18 November 2016
  • Scripts, scripts and more scripts! A day in the life... Bristol Old Vic.jpgA day in the life of Sharon Clark, Literary Producer of Bristol Old Vic. "It's hard to find a typical day. One of the many great things about working in theatre is that the pattern of your day never gets stuck on repeat." 17 November 2016
  • Michael Simkins: An Actor's View - No news is good news Michael Simkins: An Actor's View - No news is good news 17 November 2016
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