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Creating worlds, connecting worlds

| by Floating Space Theatre Company

With travel restrictions between many countries, artists are working together from a distance. Floating Space Theatre Company (Sri Lanka) reflects on the experience of an online workshop series with Forced Entertainment, creating Table Top Stories

'Theatre is a place that you go to with your squad'

| by Ngaio Anyia

Ngaio Anyia, one of our blogger bursary winners, looks back at her experience visiting last year's Lagos Theatre Festival and asks: what can UK theatre learn from Nigeria?

Celebrating artists for Black History Month

To mark the UK’s Black History Month, we’re sharing some of the contemporary British artists and creatives that excite and inspire us, and who make change happen

Watch: Lookout Beijing

| by Harriet Guest

School children in Beijing imagine the future of their city as part of Andy Field's Lookout

Selected by Theatre and Dance

Here's a selection of some of the things we've been making time to watch and read in lockdown

Covid-19 support

Advice, funding, resources and tips for staying creative during the Covid-19 pandemic

'You don't have to speak for me because I'm here'

| by Nkenna Akunna

Are festivals that look to centre and support otherwise marginalised artists still necessary? Nkenna Akunna looks back at the This is Black festival and explores making space for a plurality of voices within the UK black experience

'We cannot continue to do it for next to no pay'

Theatre criticism is shrinking even as it evolves into newfound spaces and has exploded onto the web. Verity Healey looks at the current state of theatre criticism, talking to freelancers and establishment voices alike to see what must change

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