Editor's Blog: Why won't party leaders discuss the arts?
'The culture sector has been left feeling like an undervalued child'
Election 2015: How do parties compare on the arts?
By Editorial Staff
As the election looms, we round up key lines about arts policy from the manifestos of five parties
UK Theatre releases 'advocacy document' ahead of election
The Theatre Matters report makes four key recommendations to the next government
Matt Trueman: Wondering how to vote? Pick your philistine carefully
By Matt Trueman
A debate on arts funding between the major parties reveals both telling differences and worrying similarities
Guest Blog: Theatres need to wise up to their customers
By Clive Humby
Clive Humby, who pioneered the Tesco Clubcard, believes theatre needs to catch up with other industries in order to reach vital new audiences
Catherine Love: Transforming the funding landscape
Does the Arts Council need to start looking beyond buildings and offering more support directly to theatre-makers?
Edward Hall: Propeller's future 'called into question' by ACE funding withdrawal
The all-male Shakespeare company lost its NPO status today
New culture secretary Sajid Javid: 'I have a poster of Thatcher on my wall'
In his first major speech on the arts, Javid called for more philanthropy and greater diversity in the arts and heritage sectors
Correcting the London bias: £600m should be taken from capital and given to regions, says new report
By Terri Paddock
The arts funding debate is taken up a gear with the publication of Rebalancing Our Cultural Capital, which highlights the disparity between arts in London and other parts of the country