Di Lees to leave IWM

Diane Lees is to stand down as director general of the Imperial War Museums next year, she announced today.

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National Gallery goes national for NG200

The National Gallery is to mark its bicentenary - by going national in a £95m celebration of its foundation in 1824, which includes a major refurbishment.

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Little Amal returns to celebrate Refugee Week

The national seven-day arts festival celebrating contributions made to this country by refugees is launched today.

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SOLT/UK Theatre get job share CEOs

The co-executive directors of the British Chambers of Commerce are to continue their job sharing as join-CEOs of the Society of London Theatre and Theatre UK.

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Art Fund steps up museum funding

Art Fund is making £2m available to museums in new funding schemes this summer.

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Platinum medals

Honoured in the Queen’s Birthday list

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It’s Bradford 2025!

Bradford is to be the UK City of Culture for 2025, beating shortlisted County Durham, Southampton and Wrexham County Borough to the title and succeeding the holder, Coventry.

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Pemberton steps down at ABO

Mark Pemberton, chief executive of the Association of British Orchestras for the last 15 years, is to step down in the autumn.

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Medina to head Bristol Old Vic

The American-born theatre director Nancy Medina is to be the next artistic director of the Bristol Old Vic, succeeding Tom Morris who is standing down after 12 years.

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Stoke ‘acted unethically’ over museum cuts

Stoke-on-Trent City Council has been accused to acting unethically and causing “severe stress” with plans to cut staff and opening hours at the Gladstone Pottery Museum, familiar as the venue for Channel 4’s reality programme Great Pottery Throw Down.

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