RSC heads new era for immersive drama

A £16m research programme led by the Royal Shakespeare Company could herald a new era for audiences.

Continue Reading

Print Email

Five vie for new £125k art gallery prize

Five galleries have been shortlisted for the new £125,000 Ampersand Award to help realise development proposals.

Continue Reading

Print Email

Preston’s Harris Museum gets HLF development boost

A £10.7m transformation of Preston’s Harris Museum, Art Gallery and Library has received a major funding fillip with a development grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Continue Reading

Print Email

Creative students on the rise

The numbers of university students studying creative arts and design has grown by 10.5% in the last ten years, according to a new report from the Knowledge Academy.

Continue Reading

Print Email

Dramatic new bridge to Arthur’s castle

Tintagel Castle in Cornwall, traditionally associated with the legends of King Arthur, is to get this dramatic new bridge as part of a £5m English Heritage improvement programme.

Continue Reading

Print Email

What's up in… Glasgow

AI looks at what's coming up around the country – this time, the arts in Glasgow

Continue Reading

Print Email

NEW YEAR HONOURS: Alston leads arts list

Choreographer Richard Alston has crowned his 70th birthday with a knighthood in the New Year Honours List.

Continue Reading

Print Email

Sister Wendy Becket dies

Sister Wendy Becket, the hermit nun who became the most unlikely TV star of the 1990s, died on Boxing Day in her beloved solitary caravan in Norfolk at the age of 88.

Continue Reading

Print Email

Iskander to take over Battersea Arts Centre

Tarek Iskander, Arts Council England’s director for theatre, is to be the new artistic director and CEO of Battersea Arts Centre.

Continue Reading

Print Email

2018's listing highlights: a cock, a cricket pavilion and a subway

Historic England have highlighted the 23 most notable listed monuments of 2018, including the elaborate underpass at Crystal Palace, the Sutton pub sign with no pub and Robin Hood.

Continue Reading

Print Email