Arts People
London Theatre Company has added TIM LEVY to its leadership team. The Founding Director of National Theatre America and a producer on numerous acclaimed shows, Levy joins current Co...
Arts People
Former Creu Cymru Chair LOUISE MILES PAYNE has been appointed Director of the Welsh theatre and arts development agency. Payne has worked as Head of Programme at Wales Millennium...
Arts People
Music educator NORTON YORK will be the new Chair of music accessibility organisation Sound Connections. York wrote the world's first commercial music degree at University of...
Arts People
Culture Bridge North East (CBNE) has appointed MELANIE BURGESS  as its new Programme Manager. Burgess started out as a Literacy Officer for the North East Regional Museums Hub...
Arts People
ELLIE MARTINDALE has been recruited to a new Education Project Assistant post at Sinfonia Viva. She will start working part time before transitioning to full time work when she graduates from...
Arts People
DR TILLY BLYTH, Head of Collections and Principal Curator at the Science Museum, and real estate professional ZAHRA BARDAI have been appointed to the board at Bletchley Park Trust. Blyth...
News
Cultural institutions in the Republic of Ireland will close for a fortnight from 6pm on Thursday as the country responds to the coronavirus outbreak. Premier Leo Varadkar's announcement that...
News
Stratford Circus Arts Centre is fighting plans by Newham Council that it says will force it to close. The council wants to expand its Stratford 'Youth Zone'. The centre says this will...
News
The death of a student, significant mental health issues and a "clear and worrying picture" of conflict are behind plans to close Drama Centre London.
As Tate aims to cut its carbon footprint by at least 10%, Elizabeth Fullerton speaks to the gallery group’s director and others to find out what environmental commitments entail in practice.
The Government’s rejection of Mary Beard as a British Museum trustee raises fundamental questions about how far politicians should interfere in the governance of our cultural institutions, says Kim-Marie Spence.
News
Derby City Council is "exploring options" for a semi-permanent theatre to replace a local venue in a bad state of repair. Guildhall Theatre was closed in January 2019 due to problems...
From issue 332 Feature
Technocratic, old-school approaches to building audiences have only worked among privileged groups. The sector needs to think harder about what people actually want, says Anne Torreggiani.
From issue 332 Feature
Working with rural communities to stage small-scale performances is good for the arts, the environment and local people, writes Sophie Motley.
From issue 332 Feature
Where ACE once sought to democratise high culture, it now emphasises subjective creativity. Has this made the idea of an ‘audience’ irrelevant, asks Steven Hadley.
From issue 332 Feature
The arts sector must do more to include older people, not only as consumers but also as creators of culture, says Stella Duffy.
From issue 332 Feature
Community productions across England are transforming attitudes to theatre among audiences with little experience of the artform, finds Jonathan Knott.
As Sydney Opera House approaches its 50th birthday, it is closing for a multi-million dollar renovation. Bill Wyman examines efforts to make the landmark building fit for new generations.
Alice Casey looks at the progress made so far on opening up data from funders – and asks what more needs to be done.
As the threat from coronavirus grows, Javier Pes reports on the measures taken by institutions that include cancelling trips, extending loans, and providing more handwash for staff and the public.
News
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has confirmed business rate cuts for small music venues and millions more pounds for arts education. But some say it’s not enough.
News
Advocates hope the funder’s upcoming delivery plan will address concerns its strategy does not support communities’ involvement in decision making.
Opinion
Amid the hand wringing and the hand washing, let’s not forget the workforce, says Amanda Parker.
News
The proposed Centre for Music will operate without public subsidy after the Government decided it was too expensive. 
News
Local authority leaders are turning the lights on in a new theatre on the campus of Leeds City College. The 200-seat Chroma Q theatre will be the "new home" of the college's School...

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