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APAC COVID-19 BLOG SERIES: Coffee Roulette Round Two

We’re pleased to announce, in our second blog of this series, that following the success of our first Coffee Roulette, we are launching a second round and its going to be even bigger and better! Round One It was clear from the results of our COVID-19 Impact Survey we circulated a few weeks ago, that […]

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APAC COVID-19 Blog Series: How We’re Supporting Our Members

I hope that you are keeping well during this time. Thank you very much┬áto our members who completed the COVID-19 Impact Survey we circulated a few weeks ago, relating to the pandemic’s affect on performing arts collections. As a result, we are launching a new APAC COVID-19 Blog Series, accompanied by email communication and social […]

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Heads Will Roll: An NT Archive Spooktacular that’ll have you saying #OhMyGourd!

WARNING: Contains gory photographs! For all you ghosts and goblins, we’re creepin’ it real with this blood curdling blog, not for the faint-hearted. Fran Horner, Archive Assistant at the National Theatre Archive, explores a slightly #Unboolievable object held in their collections. I have worked in the Archive at the National Theatre for just over a […]

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‘Someone Inspirational’: Sam Wanamaker’s Centenary

This month we hear from Victoria Lane, Library & Archive Manager at Shakespeare’s Globe about celebrating visionary actor & director Sam Wanamaker, in the year he would have turned 100. The reconstruction of the Globe Theatre is due to the determination and persistence of one man, Sam Wanamaker. This year sees his centenary and the […]

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