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SIR TIMOTHY O'SHEA will step down as Chair of The Edinburgh Fringe Festival Society in August after two terms. The former Vice-Chancellor...
The Women's Organisation CEO MAGGIE O'CARROLL will co-chair the Liverpool City Region Cultural Partnership with Professor PHIL REDMOND. She...
Manchester Literature Festival has appointed PETER MEARNS as its new Chair. Mearns has worked for BBC Manchester and at the Northwest...
Northern School of Contemporary Dance has named SHARON WATSON as its new Principal and Chief Executive, effective May 2020. Watson is...
JULIE BOWERS has bencome the Director of Artistic Development at bbodance. Bowers is a former professional dancer with The Royal Ballet and...

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Where the Sabb Four left them? On the streets the lads walked? Where they rehearsed? Sadly Birmingham City Council has sold one such relic...
Absolutely right: please do get in touch with me directly, I'd love to discuss further.
Have you considered holding 2 events to include one in the North also. If the inclusion agenda is to be truly representative we must...
Thank you Adam, well put. The lottery cruelly and cynically offers an illusory hope - I don't want to trade in that. The '...
An ethical take on Lottery - excellent; we don't seem to get very many of those. The other big, but always glossed over, issue is the...
The great library at Alexandria was a surprisingly busy and noisy place - not a quiet reading space - but full of activity, scientific...
At Shakespeare Schools Foundation, we’re delighted to see an ‘arts-rich’ curriculum and partnerships between schools and national arts...
Posted by Ruth Brock on What makes an ‘arts-rich’ school?
Ah! So they risk becoming sub-Prime then.
Vaizey? Surely not. No arts minister who came after has even come close to matching the very first. Jennie Lee (1964-70) set the bar...
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