A musical based on the life of the innovative, inspiring and anarchic theatre director Joan Littlewood is to be a highlight in the Royal Shakespeare Company's 2018 season.
Sir Peter Hall, founder of the Royal Shakespeare Company who went on to lead the National Theatre's move from the Old Vic to the South Bank, has died aged 86.
The winner of this year’s BP Young Artist Award has given part of his prize money to Greenpeace – to help its campaign against the competition sponsor, BP.
Lottery money going to good causes fell by £76.7m in the first quarter of this year which will be knocked on to funding for the arts and heritage via Arts Council England the Heritage Lottery Fund.
A new artists’ centre is to open on the Thamesday Silvertown, with guaranteed studio spaces and workshops, as part of the London City Island development.
Locus + says grant cut is unfair.
The National Portrait Gallery has acquired a collection of photographic portraits of successful black Britons which will form the basis of an exhibition, Black is the New Black.
£15 million for ‘legacy’ projects, says Bradley
The Welsh baritone Karl Daymond has died as he was about to speak in a debate about the future of the Drill Hall, the Chepstow arts venue.