200 UNDER 4's FLOCKED TO CAST'S FOURTH BIRTHDAY PARTY

It is 4 years since Cast, Doncaster's flagship theatre, first opened its doors, and since then it has quickly become Doncaster's hub of cultural activity.Read more

ARTS CHARITIES JOIN FORCES TO GET YOUNG PEOPLE TAKING PART IN ARTS

Cast, Doncaster's flagship theatre and darts (Doncaster Community Arts) will be delivering exciting artistic opportunities for children and young people as part of a newly funded project.Read more

CAST BECOMES ONE OF FIRST NATIONAL ORGANISATIONS TO ADOPT FAMILY ARTS CAMPAIGN'S AGE-FRIENDLY STANDARDS

Cast is one of the first national cultural organisations who have adopted the Family Arts Campaign’s new Age-Friendly Standards. They were developed in consultation with leading experts including Age UK, 170 arts and cultural organisations, and older arts attenders.Read more

CAST BOOSTED BY DONATION FROM THE SANTANDER FOUNDATION

Cast has received £5,000 to fund creative work with older adults for as part of the charity's commitment to empowering older people to engage in, and create, excellent art.Read more

7 Ways to Kickstart Your Arts Career With Cast This Year

7 Ways to Kickstart Your Arts Career With Cast This YearRead more

CAST RECIEVES £60,000 AWARD FROM PAUL HAMLYN FOUNDATION TO WELCOME THE HARDEST TO REACH

One of the UK's largest independent grant-giving organisations Paul Hamlyn Foundation is to give £60,000 to Cast, Doncaster's flagship theatre from its Arts Access and Participation fund 'Explore and Test'.Read more

ARTS COUNCIL ENGLAND PLEDGES CONTINUED SUPPORT FOR DONCASTER'S FLAGSHIP THEATRE

Cast, Doncaster’s flagship theatre will continue to receive investment of £320,000 per year from 2018 to 2022 by Arts Council England following a funding decision for National Portfolio Organisations announced on 27 June 2017.Read more

HUNDREDS TAKE PART IN SOUTH ASIAN ARTS FESTIVAL ALCHEMY

Hundreds of local people took part in the UK’s largest South Asian arts and culture festival, as Southbank Centre's Alchemy returned to Doncaster from 31 May to 3 June.Read more

DONCASTER SETTING THE YORKSHIRE STANDARD FOR ACCESSIBLE THEATRE

Cast in Doncaster is to present for the second year running its ground-breaking fully British Sign Language (BSL) integrated pantomime. With two relaxed performances, fully accessible public spaces and a Changing Places room, 24 thousand deaf, disabled and non-disabled people are expected to come together to share in a magical family tradition this December.Read more

OVER 100 YOUNG PEOPLE PERFORM AT YOUTH THEATRE FESTIVAL

123 young people aged 13-21 years old from across Yorkshire and Lincolnshire took part in a national youth theatre festival this May at Doncaster’s flagship venue Cast. Over the three-day festival, the theatre came alive as young people too to the stage performing eight brand new plays specially commissioned by the National Theatre.Read more

2016/17: A RECORD YEAR FOR CAST

Cast, Doncaster’s flagship theatre today announced it’s most successful year since opening selling 20% more tickets than the previous year. Although Cast boasts the lowest average ticket prices in South Yorkshire, ticket income is also up by 23%, a record-breaking result with over 90,000 people attending the theatre in the last 12 months.Read more

CAST AND MUSIC IN THE ROUND WELCOME REFUGEES FOR CLASSICAL CONCERT IN DONCASTER

Last week, a group of refugees and asylum seekers had the opportunity to enjoy a sold-out classical chamber music concert by Ensemble 360 at Cast. For many the visit was their first experience of UK theatre and classical chamber music.Read more