Glyndebourne reopens – with garden festival

The Glyndebourne opera festival is to open on July 1 – as an open air event of £10 tickets in a “newly imagined” summer season.

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Amazon boss to head Natural History Museum

Doug Gurr, the head of Amazon in the UK, is to be the next director of the Natural History Museum, taking over later this year from Sir Michael Dixon who has been director since 2005.

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Googling into the Royal Academy

The Royal Academy, currently closed because of the Covid-19 pandemic, is opening as it never has before.

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Shed auction to save Nightingale museum

Television auctioneer Charles Hanson is to hold an online sale to help save the Florence Nightingale Museum from closure – taking bids in his Derbyshire garden shed.

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‘Cultural catastrophe’ forecast with 400k jobs and £74bn revenue lost

Urgent call for government sponsored Cultural Renewal Fund follows bombshell report

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Art Fund’s £2m lever to reopen museums

Art Fund has today announced a £2m programme to help museums and galleries work towards reopening, including an innovative exhibition sharing scheme.

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ACE Launches £65m lifeboat

Arts Council England’s £65m rescue plan to keep afloat 10,000 organisations and individuals inundated by the worst effects of the Covid-19 shutdown was launched today.

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Introducing the LSO, Simon proposes Marriage

In a six minute film released today, Sir Simon Rattle and the London Symphony Orchestra introduce children to one of Mozart’s most popular operas, The Marriage of Figaro.

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Chauhan joins Vick at head of Birmingham Opera

Birmingham-born conductor Alpesh Chauhan is to be music director of the Birmingham Opera Company alongside artistic director Graham Vick.

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Music demands urgent rescue plan

An open letter to the government from the music industry is demanding a five point programme to save it from collapse.

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