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Work by a theatre company for learning-disabled perfromers is providng them with benefits offstage as well as on, a study has found Winchester-based Blue Apple Theatre commissioned a study from Dr...
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Conservative Party promises to leverage the power of philanthropy for cultural institutions in an election manifesto light on firm policies for the arts.
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Alder Hey Children's Hospital is the sixth NHS organisation to become part of Liverpool Philharmonic's Music and Health programme. The initiative, funded by Alder Hey Children’s...
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Research commissioned by performers' union Equity has been used to create an Arts Investment Tracker, showing changing levels of arts funding across the UK.
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King Charles III has retained his patronage of the British Film Institute (BFI). A registered charity founded in 1993, the BFI has been governed by the Royal Charter since 1983.  The...
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Report exploring the lack of sustainable pathways into producing for British theatre producers from the global majority uncovers a racial pay gap of 20%.
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An anonymous donor has pledged £100,000 towards saving a run-down theatre in Berkshire. The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead has said £300,000 is needed to buy the Novelle...
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Local authority floats idea of adding between one and three per cent to the cost of music events in the city with the money reinvested in grassroots music.
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Make Noise Studios, a musicians’ hub in Sheffield, has been saved from closure. Since opening in June last year, the studio space has welcomed up to 70 bands per week and now employs seven...
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Theatre company Zest is launching a pop-up youth club to address a lack of creative spaces for young people following "13 years of cuts to children’s services".
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Party's general election manifesto criticises Conservative government's lack of support for the culture sector, claiming that following the pandemic it has 'only inflicted more damage'.
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The donation will enable the theatre to complete the first phase of a redevelopment project which includes the total refurbishment of the main auditorium.
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More than 200 people gathered in Buxton in Derbyshire on Saturday (8 June) to mark a year since a museum closed in the town. Buxton Museum was closed at short notice in June last year when dry rot...
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Directors of Education and Learning from some of the country’s most high-profile theatres are calling on all political parties to commit to 'Theatre for Every Child'. Claire Walker of SOLT & UK Theatre shares highlights of the campaign.
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One of our defining characteristics is the diversity and inclusivity of our team, says Delia Barker, as she reflects on the theatre’s post-pandemic journey.
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Theatre company Improbable has welcomed ERICA WHYMAN as its new Chair, succeeding NATASHA FREEDMAN, who has led the board for four years. A freelance consultant, coach and...
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As part of the cultural strike, the group Goldsmiths for Palestine 'pressured' the university's Centre for Contemporary Art to close. 
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The British Museum has said it is seeking “realistic solutions” for the future of the Parthenon Sculptures, recognising that "deep emotions" are involved in the question of...
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Commenting on the news Shadow Culture Secretary Thangam Debbonaire says Labour remains committed to a review of the public funding body.
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Contesting the newly-created seat of Bristol Central, the Shadow Culture Secretary trails Green Party candidate by 14 points in early polls.
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SITA MCINTOSH has been named the new Chief Executive Officer of Go Live Theatre Projects, a charity that enables young people to access the theatre. Taking up the post full-time from the autumn,...
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Visitor numbers across the 30 museums and art galleries sponsored by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, show year-on-year rise but remain more than 10% below pre-pandemic levels. 
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Longrunning strike action at National Museums Liverpool (NML) has ended after museum workers accepted an improved pay offer. The Museums Association reports more than 60 days of strike action...
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A pub in Market Drayton has submitted plans to become a museum and events venue. Joule's Brewery, which owns The Stags Head in Great Hales Street, has submitted proposals to Shropshire County...
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Lancashire County Council (LCC) will begin a new round of its Crowdfund Lancashire scheme on 12 June, with the aim of supporting grassroots culture and sports projects across the county. Developed...

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