The discovery of the coffins of four Archbishops of Canterbury in its precincts means a museum will have to increase its redevelopment funding target by £300,000.
One of L S Lowry’s best known works, Going To Work, is being shown for the first time in Manchester, where it will be a permanent resident.
Lincoln city and county at odds over money saving plans, reports Patrick Kelly
Union to ballot members over planned cuts, reports Patrick Kelly.
Art gallery links with Woodend. Patrick Kelly reports
The former education secretary, Nicky Morgan, is the new Secretary of State for a Digital, Culture, Media and Sport following Jeremy Wright’s sacking.
Theatre stars including Sir Ian McKellen, Sheila Hancock and Stephen Fry are behind a bid to put up a statue of the playwright Joe Orton in his home town of Leicester.
A female mezzo-soprano who has had to withdraw from a Glyndebourne opera production is to be replaced – by a man.
One of the first letters in the new prime minister’s in-tray will be from Alan Bishop, CEO of the Creative Industries Federation, demanding a second referendum to save the creative industries.
Women in the creative industries are gradually winning a level playing field in the way their work is reported on, but there is still a hill to climb (#shesaidmore).