Dimbleby blasts council over Towner gallery cut

Eastbourne slashes gallery cash by £200,000

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Passion for giving

The Poole Passion is a not-for-profit community theatre project, amateur and local artists coming together to donate their skills to present productions for the very young and elderly of Bournemouth and Poole in Dorset, drawing on medieval passion plays for inspiration.

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ACE moves to help authors in sales crisis

The Arts Council is setting up a support structure for literary fiction authors in the face of a slump in retail book sales, revealed in an ACE report published today.

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Massive boost for Scottish arts

Creative Scotland gets 20% increase: culture funding up by 10%

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'Best fun' circus capitals named for 2018

Acrobats perform yards from where the first circus was established in 1768 in an open field on the south bank of the Thames opposite Westminster, to herald plans for next year’s 250th anniversary.

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Small museums to get national share

A scheme to allow small museums around the country to display objects from national collections was launched today by the Art Fund.

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Concerts boost theatre earnings

UK Theatres figures show music outdoes panto as revenue-earner

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Horsecross chief departs

Gibbons leaves as historic Perth venue reopens

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Government reverse on Efunshile C4 board place

Former Arts Council deputy CEO Althea Efunshile, is to join the board of Channel 4 in a u-turn by the government that blocked her appointment a year ago.

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The nation’s record £40m gifts

Treasures of arts and heritage worth £44m, a record, came into public ownership through tx deals this year, according to Arts Council England.

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