Last exhibition by dying artist to aid teenage cancer research

An exhibition by the painter Danny Pockets opens this week at the Royal Albert Hall in aid of cancer research – a few days after he died of the disease.

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RCM director attacks decline in state school music

Professor Colin Lawson blames cuts for skills drop 

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Top 10 suffer drop in visitors

London less successful than rest of UK, according to ALVA figures

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Hull’s cultural explosion seen by 5.3m

A total audience of 5.3m went to 2,800 events in Hull during its successful UK City of Culture year in 2012, according to the University of Hull.

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Artists back Bradford Odeon venue plan

Culture leaders urge Hancock to use Northern Powerhouse funding

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UK soft power exports worth £21bn, £6bn more than official stats

New research published today shows that the value of the UK’s creative digital exports, from video games to the BBC’s Blue Planet - our so-called soft power - is £6bn higher than official figures, at £21bn a year.

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Sky man to take over ENO

Former television executive Stuart Murphy is to be the new CEO in succession to Cressida Pollock in the latest chapter of English National Opera’s turbulent story.

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Youth theatre is victim of Scottish cash cuts

Scottish Youth Theatre became the latest victim of funding cuts with the announcement that it is to close in July.

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Seeing the world - art helping save children's sight

Artist Tim Benson puts a mirror up to Zambia for Orbis in Mall Galleries exhibition.

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