Fabric to reopen after Night Czar intervenes

The West End night club Fabric, closed by Islington Council after the drugs-related deaths of two teenagers there, is to reopen after the intervention of Amy Lamé, London’s new “Night Czar”, according to the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan.

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Government pledges £300m for school music hubs

Four year funding worth £300m for 121 school music hubs across the country has been announced by schools minister Nick Gibb.

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Perdita Hunt to step down at Watts Gallery

Perdita Hunt is to leave the Watts Gallery near Guildford next summer after 12 years as director after restoring the gallery, acquiring the Watts’s home and saving the Watts Chapel.

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Marten wins Hepworth Prize – and shares £30k purse

The winner of the first Hepworth Prize for Sculpture is to share the £30,000 prize money with the other three shortlisted artists.

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Hancock in row over council culture cuts

Accuses Lancashire of 'political' cuts.

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SCO plans new concert hall

Orchestra to build new venue in Edinburgh

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London drama school to close

Poor School no longer taking students

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Council arts funding set to fall by £26m

AD:UK predicts 13% drop in 2017

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Dramatic plea from Walsall: ‘Save our gallery’

New Art Gallery Walsall’s director Stephen Snoddy has issued a dramatic plea to supporters to help save the venue from local government cuts that could close it.

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Central spreads to Bankside

The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama is to branch out from its Swiss Cottage base to open new studios near the Globe Theatre on Bankside.

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