The National Theatre has announced it is to reopen in late October after a seven month lockdown with a new one-man play and a socially distanced audience.
Over 715 buildings across the UK, including Tate Modern pictured here, were lit up in red last night indicating “Red Alert” for imminent danger.
London’s Bridge Theatre is to stage eight of Alan Bennett’s Talking Heads monologues, shown on TV in June, as part of its post-Covid re-opening season, its normal capacity of 900 seats reduced to 250.
1972 was Derry-Londonderry’s worst year of The Troubles, and the city’s Playhouse is using the year’s story to herald the theatre's new virtual future.
Tara Arts, the country’s first BAME theatre company, has announced Abdul Shayek as its new artistic director and joint-CEO who has pledged himself and the company to renewed combating of racism and racial inequality in the light of the Black Lives Matter campaign.
Tate director Maria Balshaw (pictured here by Bloomberg) has been named today as a member of the expert panel exploring the impact of the Covid pandemic on the arts and their response.
The atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki 75 years ago this week are to be marked by a digital work of public art.
Alan Parker, the film director, writer and producer who brought such classics as Bugsy Malone, Mississippi Burning and Angela’s Ashes to the screen, died today aged 76.
Ambassador Theatre Group, the UK’s largest theatre operator, is to lay of 1,200 casual staff.
A new public sculpture, THE END by Heather Philipson, was today unveiled on Trafalgar Square's Fourth Plinth in central London.