Merriman to head English Heritage

Nick Merriman, director of the award-winning Horniman Museum in South London, is to be the next CEO of English Heritage.

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ENO’s music director quits over cuts

Martyn Brabbins has resigned as music director of English National Opera in protest at swingeing cuts to the orchestra and chorus.

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ACE launches freelance survey

Arts Council England has begun a survey of freelancers in the cultural sector to gauge the level of support that is needed.

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Amit Sharma to head Kiln

Amit Sharma, currently associate director at the Kiln Theatre in Kilburn, is to replace Indhu Rubasingham as the theatre’s artistic director and CEO.

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Lottery’s £200m places plan

A £200m scheme to “unlock” local heritage has been launched by the National Lottery Heritage Fund (NHLF).

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NPG director wins visual arts ‘Oscar’

Nicholas Cullinan, director of the National Portrait Gallery, has won the Critics’ Circle Visual Arts Award for 2023 for services to the visual arts in recognition of the £41.3m resetting of the gallery, which re-opened in June.

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‘National Theatre Wales will close in 6 months if cuts stay’

Arts Council Wales have been warned that National Theatre Wales will have to close in six months if its 100% funding cut is allowed to stand.

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National Theatre Wales loses its subsidy

National Theatre Wales (pictured) is to lose its entire Arts Council Wales annual grant in the latest ACW funding round.

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Hytner joins RSC board

Nicholas Hytner, for 12 years director of the National Theatre, has joined the board of the Royal Shakespeare Company.

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Patrizia Ribul to head Bath’s museums

Bath Preservation Trust (BPT), which runs a such city attractions as No.1 Royal Crescent, the Herschel Museum of Astronomy, has appointed Patrizia Ribul as its director of museums.

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