The creative industries are bracing themselves for “huge ramifications” resulting from the new lockdown for England coming into effect on Thursday.
Ten unique maps showing the naval campaign that defeated the Spanish Armada in 1588 could be sold abroad, unless an appeal succeeds.
Some arts organisations hit badly by the Covid crisis need to go, according to the award-winning artist Grayson Perry.
Kneehigh, the Cornwall-based touring theatre company that last week was awarded £250,000 from the government’s culture restoration fund, has joined up with the Bristol Old Vic and its former artistic director, Emma Rice, for a new production on both screen and stage.
The violin virtuoso Tamsin Little has said that Britain’s live music culture is facing the end if there is no help from the government for musicians.
Another 35 leading arts organisations have received grants worth a total of £75m from the government’s £1.57bn Culture Recovery Fund, this time in amounts of up to £3m, via Arts Council England.
Four charities have combined to launch a new fund to ensure music makers and performing artists can carry on working through the Covid-19 emergency.
Film maker Derek Jarman’s remote Romney Marshes cottage in Kent is to be the centrepiece for a literary festival next month.
Devon’s Sea Change Festival, which last week failed in its bid for a grant from the government’s £1.57bn Culture Recovery Fund, has launched a public appeal to save its future.
As part of Coventry’s year as City of Culture in 2021 the Turner Prize will be set in the city’s Harris Museum and Art Gallery.