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Immersion in history through drama

Samantha O’Reilly, head of drama and lead practitioner at Coombe Boys’ School in New Malden, demonstrates the potentials of cross curricularRead More

Alexandra Ridout wins BBC Young Musician 2016 Jazz Award

17-year-old trumpeter Alexandra Ridout has won the BBC Young Musician 2016 Jazz Award. The final took place at the RoyalRead More

Louise Jeffreys to join ENO board

English National Opera has announced that Louise Jeffreys is joining its board of trustees with immediate effect. She will sitRead More

BBCSSO announces 2016/17 season

The BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra has announced its 2016/17 season. The season, which is Thomas Dausgaard’s first as chief conductor,Read More

Mark Wigglesworth resigns from ENO

Mark Wigglesworth will resign as music director of English National Opera at the end of the current season. He beganRead More

RNCM to install world’s largest BOXY modular studio

The Royal Northern College of Music is to refurbish its Studio Theatre with the world’s largest BOXY modular studio system.Read More

Sound and Music launches initiative to address lack of diversity in new music

Sound and Music has launched a new initiative to address the lack of diversity in new music. The Active Encouragement:Read More

BEETHOVEN PIANO CONCERTOS | BRAHMS PIANO CONCERTO NO 2 IN B FLAT, OP 83

Beethoven Piano Concertos No.4 in G, Op.58, BA 9024-90, £21.50 No 5 in E flat, Op.73, BA 9025-90, £21.00 BärenreiterRead More

Arts council concerns for future audiences

The arts sector has been warned that it cannot rely on ‘traditional culture vultures’ to make up their future audiences.Read More

New online resource to aid teachers in engaging students

Ch-arted is an online resource encouraging cross-curricular activities. The project, developed by The Customs House, launched at the end ofRead More

Theatre Awards UK 2011

Yesterday saw the Theatrical Management Association’s 2011 Theatre Awards UK take place at the Banqueting House, Whitehall. The awards, whichRead More

New UCAS blog for prospective students

UCAS are hosting a series of applicants blogs on their website. They follow students’ journeys into higher education. A cross-section of young peopleRead More

Fill you in Friday

Too busy to keep track of all the latest events and workshops coming up? Teaching Drama has done the workRead More

Frantic Assembly, Lovesong Review

Here’s another chance to read our review from Autumn 2 of Frantic Assembly’s Lovesong.  In our forthcoming issue, out 20 December,Read More

TMA to help support local authorities

A new scheme has been launched by the Theatrical Management Association (TMA) to help local authorities sustain theatre provisions. TMA will provide advice onRead More

Stage and screen inundated with Eton alumni

Eton College has a prestigious reputation for producing Britain’s politicians and diplomats, but there are an increasing amount of British stage andRead More

Ministers slash value of 3000 vocational courses

Over 3000 vocational qualifications have had their value cut by ministers, losing the exams recognition in the league tables. CurrentlyRead More

Tring Park perform Once Upon A Time At The Adelphi

Tring Park have undertaken a production of Once Upon A Time At The Adelphi. This will be the first amateurRead More

Arts Council England to launch £750,000 travel fund for artists

Arts Council England has announced that it will be creating a funding scheme to enable artists from the UK toRead More

Topic of the day – To Edinburgh or not to Edinburgh?

The Edinburgh Fringe Festival is a valued tradition amongst theatre enthusiasts. As we head further into the warmer months of the year,Read More