Producers make final plea for government-backed insurance as Budget looms
Leading producers have warned a government-backed insurance scheme is needed to ensure West End and touring productions can open when restrictions ease

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‘What does ‘Spring’ mean exactly?’: London’s theatre chief on Tier 4 purgatory


Eleanor Lloyd, president of SOLT, explains why the arts are nothing like retail, and need months’ notice, not a few days, to re-open

Emilia producer Eleanor Lloyd | interview | Witness for the Prosecution
From making props at university and working the photocopier at the Royal Court to becoming one of the hottest commercial producers around, Eleanor Lloyd shows the value of a nuts-and-bolts ...
Meet the new guard running British theatre
Andrew Dickson: Theatre has just gone through an extraordinary changing of the guard – with almost a dozen bosses at top institutions moving on. So are their young replacements planning a big ...
Eleanor Lloyd: theatre producer – profile
'The subsidised sector is facing difficult times, but it would be wrong not to be grateful for what we've already got'