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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

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

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

Ticket offer for Perform 2012

As a sponsor of PERFORM 2012, Teaching Drama is delighted to offer you and your students an exclusive £8 ticket deal forRead 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

Scenes from an Execution – Review

Scenes from an Execution – Rose Bruford College Spring Season This production of Howard Barker’s play, Scenes from an Execution, isRead More

PERFORM 2012: The round-up

PERFORM 2012 took place on 9–11 March at London’s Kensington Olympia. It is the sister event to MOVE IT, a danceRead More

National Youth Theatre receives emergency grant from Arts Council

A grant of £200,000 has been given to the National Youth Theatre (NYT) by the Arts Council to ensure theRead More

Final season from Michael Boyd announced at the RSC

The Royal Shakespeare Company’s last season under artistic director Michael Boyd has been announced. Boyd said that: ‘I’m very proud toRead More

Outstanding teacher of the year awarded to performing arts teacher

A performing arts teacher from Preston has been named teacher of the year at the National BTEC Awards. The ceremony,Read More

Routledge launch digital performance archive

Publisher Routledge, in partnership with Digital Theatre, has launched a digital archive of performance. The companies have been involved inRead More

Central receives royal title as part of diamond jubilee

The Central School of Speech and Drama has been awarded with a royal title by the Queen. She presented theRead More

Teaching Drama magazine to host Teachers’ Area at PERFORM

PERFORM, an event for those studying or working in the performing arts industry, is returning to London Olympia for 2013.Read More

COMPETITION: PERFORM 2013 TICKETS

Win tickets to PERFORM – an event for those studying or working in the performing arts industry. Along with over 60 seminarsRead More

New part-time performing arts school launched by actress in London

Actress Simone Lahbib has launched a new part-time performing arts school in North Finchley, London, offering children of ages threeRead More

TheatreCraft 2013 – an overview

On Friday 22 November, TD visited TheatreCraft 2013 – the backstage, production and arts admin careers fair which takes overRead More

Arts Council chairman concerned with arts education gap

This week has seen Arts Council England’s chairman Sir Peter Bazalgette address the gap in arts education between students educatedRead More

SOLT awards over £50,000 to 2014 Laurence Olivier bursary recipients

The Society of London Theatre (SOLT) has awarded the latest round of Laurence Olivier Bursaries to 16 drama students worthRead More

Last chance for Latitude Festival – Starts this Friday

Claudine Nightingale reports on the theatre offerings at this weekend’s Latitude Festival It’s that time of year again … schoolRead More

Opera and ballet performances added to Digital Theatre Plus

Digital Theatre Plus, the online arts education resource featuring full-length films of captured live productions as well as behind theRead More