Emma Rice is to step down as artistic director of The Globe having taken charge in April this year, after the board decided the controversial experiment has not worked.
The award-winning New Art Gallery, Walsall, opened in 2000 as a beacon in Tony Blair's "Golden Age" of culture at a cost of £21m with £15.75m in lottery money, mat be closed by local authority funding cuts.
An extra £6.3m is to go to English communities starved of culture in the latest grants from the Arts Council’s Creative People and Places scheme.
Jon Morgan, currently director of the Federation of Scottish Theatre, is to be the next director of the Theatres Trust, the national advisory body for theatres that is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year.
The 2017 Journeys Festival International, devised to celebrate the idea of sanctuary by the cultural development ArtReach which was featured in AI 333, can go ahead thanks to European funding that has just been granted.
Restructure follows council funding cut
Projects will support touring and leadership.
SOLT/ACE report suggests ‘minimal’ impact on audience numbers
Council will keep museums, gallery and theatre in-house
Critics attack oil sponsorship deal
The Great Exhibition of the North, part of former Chancellor George Osborne’s “Northern Powerhouse” vision, is to be hosted by Newcastle-Gateshead, culture secretary Karen Bradley has decided.
Museums Association fears threat to Wales museums independence
Drama school gets approval for Peckham HQ