UK cinema audiences have reached record numbers, with the second highest spend on film and TV production in this country.
Kevin Fewster, director of Royal Museums Greenwich since 2007, is to stand down having transformed the former National Maritime Museum with muliti-million-pound developments.
The BBC’s former media village at White City in West London is to become a large-scale pop-up theatre, opening this summer.
Council spending on museums, libraries, arts, and culture has been slashed by nearly almost £400m since 2010.
Biggin Hill Airfield, one of the main stations flor the Battle of Britain in 1940, is having its timeless story told in a museum that opens today.
English National Opera is hoping to change one of the worst traditions of opera in which chorus singers are almost nvariably white with a dedicated trawl for black, Asian and minority ethnic singers.
The Royal College of Art, the word’s only post-graduate art and design school, is shifting its scope to include scientific research in what its vice-chancellor described today as “the most significant development in its history”.
Arts Council England has published a sign-posting guide to relevant government information to help arts and cultural organisations navigate a European exit without a withdrawal agreement.
The National Portrait Gallery, dubbed “the nation’s family album”, has unveiled a £35.5m plan for the biggest development in its 123-year history.
Investing in curatorial skills will help build museums’ resilience and reputation, according to a new report from the John Ellerman Foundation.