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Winner of Catherine Judge Memorial Award announced

The 2016 Catherine Judge Memorial Award has been awarded to pianist Eoín Fleming. Fleming received the award following his performance of Chopin’s E-flatRead More

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

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 Sense director Kathryn Deane announces retirement

Kathryn Deane will be retiring as director of Sound Sense later in 2016 after 21 years in the role. Throughout her time asRead More

Plays for this term

The Guardian has recommended productions of set texts for schools this term: http://www.guardian.co.uk/education/2011/oct/03/school-groups-theatre-productions?INTCMP=SRCH Among them are; an adaptation of AnimalRead 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

Drama education legend Dorothy Heathcote dies

We’re very sorry to have learnt that Dorothy Heathcote has died at the age of 85. She passed away onRead More

An infinite budget

Andrew Lloyd Webber has announced that he will donate £3.5 million to Arts Educational Schools (ArtsEd). The money will beRead More

Drama school students face 15% cut in higher education places

The Conservatoire for Dance and Drama (CDD) has warned applicants could face a cut of 15% in students accepted onto drama school courses,Read More

Student finance day 2012 launches

Today saw the launch of student finance day, offering support, advice and information for students applying to university. Supported byRead 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

NAYT cuts jobs due to loss of funding

The National Association of Youth Theatres (NAYT) has had to make job cuts in order to stay in business. All butRead More

TheatreCraft 2011: Beyond the stage

TheatreCraft: Beyond the stage is an event that offers workshops, one-to-one career advice and an exhibition, informing visitors about theRead More

Finsbury Park Theatre against the clock for funding

Park Theatre have been given the opportunity to have one floor of its new complex  in Finsbury transformed into a studioRead 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

Fill you in Friday

It’s our second edition of Fill you in Friday… keeping you up to date with all the latest events andRead More

UCAS give top tips for writing a personal statement

UCAS have released their top tips for writing a personal statement. The advice comes as the application deadline to applyRead More

BETT 2012

Teaching Drama visited BETT yesterday. We saw a lot of interesting technology that had fantastic interactive elements, such as aRead More

RSC’s touring and education partnership branches out to new regions

April 2012 will see the Royal Shakespeare Company work with five new theatres as part of their touring and educationRead More