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image captionShakespeare’s Globe said its £2.98m would allow it to “plan more confidently for our future”
Shakespeare’s Globe, the Sage Gateshead and the company behind the Lady Boys of Bangkok are among the latest recipients of emergency government arts funding.
The replica Elizabethan theatre in London will receive almost £3m from the £1.57bn Culture Recovery Fund.
The Birmingham Hippodrome, London’s Old Vic theatre and the English National Ballet will all get the maximum…
Director apologizes for unmuted critique of actor’s apartment during audition – The Guardian
Tristram Shapeero pens public apology to Lukas Gage after commenting on Gage’s ‘tiny apartment’ without realizing actor could hear him
A director who forgot to mute his microphone during a Zoom audition as he criticised an actors apartment has apologised and claimed he was just sympathising with the plight of arts workers in the coronavirus pandemic.
Video of the incident went viral, triggering a wave of support for the actor Lukas Gage and rampant speculation as to the identity of the British-accented director.
That mystery has now been solved. Tristram Shapeero, who works in Los Angeles, penned a confession and public apology…
WWE TLC Card Is Reportedly “Up In The Air” – Wrestling Inc.
WWE TLC Card Is Reportedly “Up In The Air”
WWE brass has yet to make any definitive plans on the match card for the upcoming TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs event, according to Dave Meltzer on the Wrestling Observer Radio.
Meltzer noted that as of Monday afternoon, “there was nothing definitive” planned for TLC and most of the card was up in the air.
As reported earlier, WWE Champion Drew McIntyre vs. Braun Strowman has been penciled in for the pay-per-view event even though Strowman did not qualify for next week’s Triple Threat No. 1 Contender’s…
BBC Christmas schedule: Full list of every TV show, from Doctor Who to Vicar of Dibley – The Independent
What to look forward to over the festive period
The full BBC Christmas schedule for 2020 has been announced.
Despite Covid-19 putting the brakes on many projects, the channel has pulled out all the stops to entertain households over the festive period.
Almost all of the shows being broadcast were filmed under Covid regulations (Sir Lenny Henry recorded the narration for a new kids special in his bedroom), with some (namely Strictly) being reworked in order to proceed.
Below is a full list of everything you can expect to see on the BBC over Christmas.
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