Search for Rattle Hall team begins

The search has officially begun to fund the design team to create the Centre for Music, nicknamed “Rattle Hall”, to be built on the site of the Museum of London.

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 First disabled-led orchestra wins RPS award

The South West Open Youth Orchestra, Britain’s first disabled-led youth orchestra, last night won an RPS music award.

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Lords committee’s concerns about theatre talent

A future government needs to look at ways to develop and maintain the flowm of talent into UK theatre, says a House of Lords Committee.

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Tate switches to Blavatnik Building

Tate Modern’s new building, known as the Switch House since it opened last June, has been renamed the Blavatnik Building.

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Tate’s Switch challenged for Art Fund Prize

Tate Modern’s new Switch House is up against three museums and a gallery for the 2017 £100,000 Art Fund Museum of the Year Award.

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Colston to ditch ‘toxic’ name

Colston Hall, Bristol’s principal music venue is to be renamed following a long campaign.

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Docherty to take over at Arnolfini

Claire Docherty, founder and director of  Situations,  is to be the next director of Bristol’s Arnolfini.

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Creative manifesto: the ten priorities

A ten point manifesto for the creative industries that could secure the economy is published today by the Creative Industries Federation (CIF).

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Plans for Thamesmead arts centre

Bow Arts and the Mayor of London are backing a major revamp of a building in south-east London to turn it into an arts centre.

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'Literary godmother' Becky Swift dies at 53

Rebecca Swift, founder and director of the Literary Consultancy, has died after a short illness aged 53.

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