So almost the end of 2018 – if it has not been a good year
With the upcoming anniversary of the #Me Too revelations there will be a certain amount of reflection and some soul searching on what has come to pass so far and what action still need to be taken to address the issues that so many in the industry have or are facing.
I posted about this year’s MacTaggart lecture on Twitter on the day of the lecture, Michaela Coel is one of only a handful of women invited to delivery this lecture. A few weeks on and having watched this several times I wanted to say more
So imagine you go for an interview – lets say CEO of a major corporation called The X Company. You spend days preparing, researching the company and it’s
Equity has a new president, and for the second time in the union’s 88 year history, a female president – the actress Maureen Beattie. Beattie, a current vice president who has been an Equity Councillor for 4 years, was elected unopposed after nominations for president and the union’s ruling council closed. The current president Malcolm Sinclair announced back in February that he was standing down after 8 years/ 4 terms as president – he was elected back in 2010.
Today is Emma Rice’s last day as Artistic Director of The Globe Theatre. Much has already been said
Generally speaking I am not a big follower of the “Awards season” which finished with the Oscars on the 4th March. However this year’s season and in the Oscars in particular
A quick spot of creativity to get the New Year going. 64 Million Artists is a national project to unlock everyone’s potential through creativity. Each January