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How to supercharge your event pages with strategy, automation, and a slightly terrifying spreadsheet

Service provider: Ten4 Design

Take a look at any venue’s Google Analytics, and you’ll probably find their event pages get more traffic than anything else. And why shouldn’t they? Events are the main reason — if not the only reason — for people to visit a venue and buy tickets. In this article, Andrew Ladd from Ten4 Design explains how to supercharge your event pages with strategy and automation. Read the full Ten4 Design Resource.

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How to Reach Teacher Audiences

Service provider: Art Fund

In the 2021-22 Teacher Art Pass Research and Development year, we worked with teachers to find out what support they needed to be able to increase their use of museums as resources in their teaching. Discover what communication channels teachers told us they use most.

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The Producer’s perspective of Comedy Criticism

Service provider: Mobius Industries

In our final column on the state of comedy criticism, Owen Donovan, the managing director of Berk’s Nest, looks at the importance of reviews from a comedy producer’s perspective. Berk’s Nesthas had considerable success in recent years, producing shows by Rose Matafeo and Richard Gadd, which both won Edinburgh Comedy Awards. They recently produced Catherine Cohen’s acclaimed UK tour.

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Publicist Madeleine Bennett on the state of Comedy Criticism

Service provider: Mobius Industries

Bruce Dessau is the comedy critic of the Evening Standard and the editor of the comedy website beyondthejoke.co.uk.

The latest piece in this current series on the state of comedy criticism offers the perspective of the publicist.

Madelaine Bennett is the Managing Director of The GingerBread Agency. At the Edinburgh Festival last summer she represented a number of comedy acts including rising star Jordan Gray, who picked up an Edinburgh Comedy Award nomination for Best Show.

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The State of Arts PR Survey 2023

Service provider: Mobius Industries

Over the past month, Mobius Industries has run the first in a new annual survey aimed at taking the temperature of arts PR across the country. The results show that regional coverage and the cost of living crisis are high on PRs’ list of concerns, with reduced space for arts coverage also featuring prominently.

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The Performer’s perspective on Comedy Criticism

Service provider: Mobius Industries

Bruce Dessau is the comedy critic of the Evening Standard and the editor of the comedy website beyondthejoke.co.uk.

In the second piece in Dessau’s guest editorship about comedy criticism, Bethany Black offers us the performer’s perspective

Stand-up Bethany Black is “one of the UK circuit’s finest night-time raconteurs” (British Comedy Guide). Also an acclaimed writer and actor, you may recognise Bethany from her roles in Cucumber, Banana, Tofu (C4), No Offence (C4) and Doctor Who (BBC). Winner of the Joe.co.uk comedy award 2020, she is a team captain along with Michael Legge and host Matt Hoss on the new hit music quiz podcast: This is A Music Quiz, and she is on tour in the spring.

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Guest editor Bruce Dessau: How does the comedy industry view press coverage

Service provider: Mobius Industries

Bruce Dessau is the comedy critic of the Evening Standard and the editor of the comedy website beyondthejoke.co.uk. Below he talks about the state of comedy criticism and the increasing problem of getting tickets to review shows.

In the first in a series of articles on the subject of comedy criticism, he explores the difficulties involved in getting access to shows, asks what the purpose of reviews is, and reflects on whether an artist has a right to refuse to give critics access to their show. Future articles in this series will look at the same issues from the perspective of the performer, the producer and the publicist.

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How Newsletters are changing the face of Theatre Journalism

Service provider: Mobius Industries

Fergus Morgan is a freelance arts journalist, specialising in theatre. His work has appeared in The Stage, TimeOut, Vice, The Independent, WhatsOnStage and elsewhere, and he publishes his own newsletter featuring emerging theatremakers, The Crush Bar, on Substack.

In the last piece of his guest editorship, Morgan takes a look at the expanding world of theatre newsletters, and if they offer a sustainable future for freelance writers and industry professionals.

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Guest Post: How can theatre podcasts become sustainable?

Service provider: Mobius Industries

Tim Bano is a freelance radio and podcast producer and award-winning arts journalist. He has worked extensively on programmes for BBC Radio 3 and 4 including Desert Island Discs, Loose Ends, Front Row, Start the Week, Free Thinking, Saturday Live and Rewinder with Greg James. As a journalist he has written for the Guardian, Financial Times, Time Out, Metro and the Independent and is currently chief theatre critic for The Stage newspaper, specialising in musical theatre. He produces The Stage’s theatre podcast Seven Stages, and the V&A’s Theatre Voice.

This piece was commissioned by Fergus Morgan in his role as Guest Editor for the Mobius blog.

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Guest Post: Youtube – The quiet boom of British Theatre Journalism

Service provider: Mobius Industries

Robert Wallace is a freelance theatre journalist and podcast producer. He is also the founder of TheatreGB, an online editorial producing news, reviews, interviews and feature content on the thriving UK theatre scene. Here, Robert takes a look at the thriving theatre journalism scene on YouTube and evaluates its place within the wider journalistic landscape.

This piece was commissioned by Fergus Morgan in his role as Guest Editor for the Mobius blog.

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