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Get an insight into hotly discussed issues in theatre and dance and hear from some of the inspiring people we work with – plus our latest opportunities

"Art for art's sake is no longer an option"

| by Lyn Gardner

Exploring the arts, inclusion and Brexit, IETM Hull was a wake-up call, says Lyn Gardner. If the arts sector fails to diversify and engage more people across social divisions, it's in danger of becoming irrelevant. Part of our Culture after Brexit series

UK theatre and dance festivals in 2019 - update

| by Harriet Guest

From summer outdoor festivals to live art and technology – and, of course, the Edinburgh Festivals. Use our handy guide to plan your festival-going from July to December

Round up: Get ready for Edinburgh Showcase 2019

| by Harriet Guest

Trauma, identity and human rights: artists in Edinburgh Showcase 2019 are holding a mirror up to contemporary society. Catch up with the latest stories about this year's programme before the Showcase kicks off in August at the Edinburgh Festivals

Whose voices are valuable?

| by Adam Bennett-Lea

Who's not here? IETM Hull begins on 28 March, exploring the reality of inclusion in society and the arts. Artists from IETM's artistic programme talk about what inclusion means to them, the barriers we face, and the importance of making space for everyone

UK theatre and dance festivals in 2019

| by Harriet Guest

Looking for some of the best contemporary performance from the UK and beyond? We've put together a snapshot of UK wide performing arts festivals from January to June

Round up: Unlimited Festival 2018

| by Harriet Guest

120 delegates from 40 countries descended on London for Unlimited 2018, a festival presenting extraordinary work by disabled artists. Catch up on all the features, discussion, blogs and videos in our round up of the week

Don’t be afraid to collaborate

What makes two artists click? How can you avoid problems when you start a new relationship? Unlimited 2018 artists share their experiences of working in collaboration

A new kind of vogue comes to the Unlimited festival

| by Harriet Guest

The first ever vogue house of d/Deaf and disabled dancers pushes creative boundaries and fuses sign language into their choreography. Watch a trailer about the creation of The Unlimited House of Krip ahead of Unlimited 2018


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