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What is it like to go the theatre if you can't see anything? After years of whispering and wondering, a blind musicals-lover has found a better way.
Fringe festivals are popping up everywhere and more popular than many of the curated arts festivals. Audiences love seeing new work by upcoming artists, with the work accessible and affordable. For many artists it’s where their careers start.
Small-to-medium Australian performing arts companies are enjoying a growing international reputation but at a high cost.
Angry creditors who performed at Peats Ridge have joined the queue of artists asking what they can do when they don't get paid.
Playwrights are doing less writing and more listening as they rework true-life stories from gay parenting to race riots.
Illegal downloads are starving creativity but attacking the consumer misses the point.
Amidst dangerous budget cuts, the opera world has united to conduct its very own international awards in the hopes of raising appreciation for the classic art form.
What does it take for an understudy to steal the show? ArtsHub chats to Owain Arthur, the star of 'One Man, Two Guvnors' to find out.
If you work in the arts, money is tight. You need to know when to save and when to spend on your music.
Performers train for years and rehearse for weeks. Is it too much to expect a little effort from audiences? Share these tips with your ticket-holders.
Billy Joel, Rihanna and Katy Perry are just some of the musicians who have voiced their opposition to Pandora radio’s efforts to cut music royalties by 85%.
We take a journey through some of the hottest countries for ‘world music’ to discover the sounds that are shaping the true universal language that is music.
Top tips to making an independent record that finds an audience.
What makes a creative team spark? Sociologists have developed a mathematical formula to measure the answer.
According to the Federation of European Story Telling (F.E.S.T.) since the early eighties storytelling is experiencing a renaissance all over Europe. Here in UK our first Laureate of Story-Telling Taffy Thomas is a keen believer in the direct, personal relationship between teller and listener.
Victoria Richardson is talking to Friendly Fires backstage at Creamfields.
So you want a career in the creative arts... but where do you start? Should you jump straight in or take a formal qualification first? And what kind of qualification? There are lots of decisions to be made – we flag up a few of the key issues.
Exploration of everything African is now penetrating cosmopolitan London, creating a home from home experience on stage for those living within the diaspora and for those who want to learn more. With such rich and exciting traditions, it is fantastic to witness years of versatile history depicted on large stages in celebration of all that is African.
Thinking of running a creative business? Need some advice? We talk to two experts in the field.
Against all the odds, the first decade of the new millennium has seen a renaissance in the classical music world. This side of the spotlights, audiences are looking younger and more diverse too. So what’s the secret? When did the tide turn for this neglected outpost of the contemporary art scene?
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