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The West End musical will return to selling tickets through third-party retailers despite saying the system it had developed, in which theatregoers showed their ID and the payment card used to...
From issue 327 Case study
An approach that prioritises trust, values and flexibility has helped museums in Cornwall share knowledge and expertise across a dispersed rural network, writes Emmie Kell.
From issue 327 Opinion
A lack of diversity will persist unless unfair levels of pay are addressed, says Becky Chapman.
From issue 327 Case study
A new collective is enabling the sector to share insights and ideas to support better mental health and wellbeing, writes Laura Edralin.
Performance art is growing in popularity, but is it too ephemeral to become a commercial success? Scott Reyburn looks at efforts to sell the art form.
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Harris Museum in Preston has opened a gallery dedicated to exploring how art can improve wellbeing. The NHS' Lancashire Recovery College will offer wellbeing activities, including creative...
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The city's Palace Theatre, which was recently damaged in a suspected arson attack, has been empty since 2006. Its historic facade will be restored and the building refurbished with a "...
The economic imperatives - and economic successes - of the so-called creative industries are harming artists, writes Oli Mould. Here he argues for a "drastic turnaround" in our political conception of creative sectors.
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Dr Shupin Wang says Chinese officials have told her friends and family they should persuade her to cancel a show based on her life due to open at London's Hampstead Theatre this...
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The Portland Tiara, designed for the Duchess of Portland to wear to the royal coronation in 1902, was taken from an art gallery in Nottinghamshire in November last year. Police have arrested six...
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A £1.8 million commitment to the troubled gallery reflects its “vital importance” to reinvigorating contemporary and visual art in the city, the funder says.
Ofsted wants schools to build childrens' cultural capital, leading to criticisms of "white middle class paternalism", writes Warwick Mansell. What does the term actually mean and can it be taught?
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Critics' second free tickets to opening night events will be offered to 10 novice critcs to increase opera's appeal and allow people to review it "more emotionally, not just from a...
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Ahead of its first anniversary, architects have criticised the institution's design, calling it "boring" and more of a "cafeteria and a shop" than a museum. A spokesperson for...
Arts People
At this year’s Edinburgh Festivals, YVETTE VAUGHAN JONES announced that she will be standing down as Chief Executive of Visiting Arts next month after 14 years with the company. She is leaving...
Arts People
IVAN WADESON, current Partnerships Director at Dance Consortia North West, has been appointed as Manchester City of Literature’s new Executive Director. He will take up the role next month and...
Arts People
JOHN HOLMES, former Director of Marketing and Audience Development at the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, has joined participatory theatre company Spare Tyre as its new Executive Director and...
Arts People
Arts Catalyst has appointed LAURA CLARKE as its new Artistic Director and Joint CEO ahead of its move from London to Sheffield. She will be responsible for steering the artistic vision of the...
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Welsh contemporary gallery and visual arts centre MOSTYN has appointed JULIETTE DESORGUES as its new Curator of Visual Arts. Previously the Associate Curator at the Institute of Contemporary Arts,...
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Southwark Council Culture and Events Manager, PAUL COWELL, has left after more than 17 years with the organisation. He joins Medway Council as its new Head of Culture to play a strategic role in the...
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EMILY GRAY is stepping down as Artistic Director of Hertfordshire’s Trestle Theatre Company after leading the organisation for the past 15 years. She is leaving to become Executive Director for...
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Three new trustees have joined theatre company Clean Break’s board: SHAEN GABER, a recent psychology and counselling graduate from Birkbeck University and Clean Break Member since 2014; ALISON...
The recreation of a daring work by Marina Abramovic is making headlines months before it arrives in London. Martin Bailey asks what the exibition can teach us about the longevity of performance art.
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Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) Chief Executive Andrea Coscelli said the ticket seller's website "is worlds apart" from what it was when the watchdog filed a contempt of court...
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One of 11 women accusing opera star Placido Domingo of sexual harrassment and assault has been identified. Angela Turner Wilson was 28 and second female lead in a Washington Opera production in 2000...

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