What is the Future of Digital for the Arts: Series 1 – Understanding

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The use of digital in the arts feels like a given now for both arts organisations and audiences alike. Whether we’re making work for digital platforms, integrating technology into our performances or using social networks to connect and engage our audiences, digital … Continued

Review: Port, National Theatre

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Against a backdrop of concrete and perspex bus shelters, Simon Stephens’s gritty and devastating Port is being revived in a production by War Horse co-director Marianne Elliot at the National Theatre. Set within Stephens’s hometown of Stockport Port follows thirteen years of Rachel (Kate … Continued

Review: The Effect, Headlong Theatre

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A clinical trial looking at the effects of a new anti-depressant. Not quite the setting you’d imagine love to explode from, but in Lucy Prebble’s new play, The Effect, under the direction of Rupert Goold for Headlong Theatre at the … Continued

On the Beauty of Theatre Brochures and Print Material

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In a recent blog by Lyn Gardner on the Guardian theatre blog the topic of the dying theatre brochure was explored. Perhaps inevitable in a digital-fuelled world where every other month we’re announcing the death of print media as we … Continued