Northern Broadsides has appointed Laurie Sansom as its new artistic director and CEO in June this year.
Private and public funding are coming together to create an independent trust to provide affordable workspaces for artists in London.
Association fears museums face substantial losses
A rare and frank portrait of the teenage Mary Queen of Scots goes on display at Hever Castle on Friday, February 8, the anniversary of her execution in 1587.
Investment in culture is the key to our cities’ growth, according to a report published today.
A “family” row is threatening the future of the award-winning Jerwood Gallery in Hastings, with the venue’s sponsors, the Jerwood Foundation, withdrawing its collection of British art and financial support.
UK cinema audiences have reached record numbers, with the second highest spend on film and TV production in this country.
Kevin Fewster, director of Royal Museums Greenwich since 2007, is to stand down having transformed the former National Maritime Museum with muliti-million-pound developments.
The BBC’s former media village at White City in West London is to become a large-scale pop-up theatre, opening this summer.
Council spending on museums, libraries, arts, and culture has been slashed by nearly almost £400m since 2010.