NT raises £1m for access fund

The National Theatre has raised more than £1m for its access programme for children and young people through a gala evening.

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Oxford arts fears

Arts leaders speak out against abolition of Oxford City council 

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London’s culture ‘under threat’ by developments

London’s world-leading cultural infrastructure is under serious threat from regeneration programmes, says the London Assembly, and Mayor Sadiq Khan needs to take urgent action to safeguard it.

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Folkestone on the (double) edge

The fourth Folkestone Triennial was announced today with the theme Double Edge, with 21 artists including Bob and Roberta Smith, Antony Gormley, Michael Craig-Martin, Alex Hartley and Bill Woodrow.

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Artists pick next generation for £120k new prizes

Four young artists are to receive a £30,000 prize each as winners of a new competition organised by Gateshead’s BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, the first major ward to be judged solely by artists.

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Royal Ballet to make Hull debut

The Royal Ballet is to make its first ever appearance in Hull as part of its City of Culture Year.

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Bristol culture cuts go ahead

Bristol City Council is to go ahead with a 40% cut to its culture budget, with £190,000 to be cut in 2018/19 and a further £190,000 cut in 2019/20,  affecting support for arts organisations and museums.

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Bournemouth ‘gaps’ in culture offer – report

Bournemouth has a number of gaps in its cultural offer, says a new report on the town.

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New arts centre for Newbury

Greenham Common to be site for £1.7m facility

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Bath 100% arts cuts ‘unforgivable assault’

Bath is to cut all its funding for small arts projects to save upwards of £100,000 a year, the city council has decided, blaming reductions in central government funding.

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