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It’s been a sh*tstorm… let’s make sure next year isn’t.
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It’s been a sh*tstorm… let’s make sure next year isn’t.

There’s no easy way to put it, and we are all living it – this year has been monumental, especially...
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Christmas – a time to reflect but also to rejoice
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Christmas – a time to reflect but also to rejoice

We're celebrating Christmas and the drawing to an end of a tumultuous year (off you go 2020) with a trip...
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Filming During a Global Pandemic
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Filming During a Global Pandemic

Curtain Call's co-founder, John Schwab, has recently begun filming in Prague, and reflects on one of the safest sets he...
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10 of the best: Tom Stoppard quotes
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10 of the best: Tom Stoppard quotes

His glittering career includes over 30 plays, from his 1966 breakthrough Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead to his most recent...
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10 tips for Theatre Design Graduates
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10 tips for Theatre Design Graduates

What do I do when I finish my studies? How do I get my first job? What type of work should...
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10 of the best: Theatre superstitions
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10 of the best: Theatre superstitions

You can't work in the theatre industry for long without encountering one of these long-held superstitions 1. 'Break a leg'...
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Everyone working in theatre deserves proper credit
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Everyone working in theatre deserves proper credit

Curtain Call's co-founders on why everyone working in theatre deserves to take a bow In a previously published article, The Stage asked...
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6 tips for learning lines
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6 tips for learning lines

Learning lines is the bread and butter of any actor, and the question 'how do you learn them?' is among...
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Startup culture can learn a lot from live theatre
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Startup culture can learn a lot from live theatre

This is a question that has been weighing on a lot of people’s minds over the past few weeks since theatres, venues and studios around the globe closed down.
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Trust Me…We’ll Be Fine
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Trust Me…We’ll Be Fine

The return of musicals to the West End was a welcome distraction from "doom and gloom" news reports of the...
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#WeMakeEvents Global Photo Gallery
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#WeMakeEvents Global Photo Gallery

On Wednesday 30 September, hundreds of thousands of events professionals from around the world took part in a series of...
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We Stand As One
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We Stand As One

Freelancers and companies in the events industry from over 27 countries will stand as one in a global day of...
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It’s Time for a change
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It’s Time for a change

We are at a once in a century moment.  This year has highlighted long-term trends and systemic issues within our...
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5 life hacks from skateboarding we could all use
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5 life hacks from skateboarding we could all use

Being freelance is difficult – it takes perseverance, creativity, self belief and innovation. So does skateboarding, so let's learn from...
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Why Theatre is the Most Collaborative Art-form
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Why Theatre is the Most Collaborative Art-form

Curtain Call's founders on the importance of collaboration in theatre, and how it motivated them to start a company dedicated...
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10 top tips for “resting” actors
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10 top tips for “resting” actors

If approached in the right way, “resting” can be a fantastic opportunity. Let’s face it, there aren’t a lot of...
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10 of the most beautiful outdoor theatres
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10 of the most beautiful outdoor theatres

With Covid-19 keeping theatres shut for the foreseeable future, we look back to visit our favourite outdoor theatres from around the...
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Anton Ego: ‘A great artist can come from anywhere’
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Anton Ego: ‘A great artist can come from anywhere’

The critic from Ratatouille delivers an uplifting, knock-out speech at the end of the film that is always worth revisiting...
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Can a live digital theatre show be a substitute for the real thing?
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Can a live digital theatre show be a substitute for the real thing?

This is a question that has been weighing on a lot of people’s minds over the past few weeks since theatres, venues and studios around the globe closed down.
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What does live theatre and entertainment look like in lockdown?
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What does live theatre and entertainment look like in lockdown?

This is a question that has been weighing on a lot of people’s minds over the past few weeks since theatres, venues and studios around the globe closed down.
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