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The scene of a presidential assassination.The Savoy Theatre in Gilbert and Sullivan?s heyday.The setting for the video of James Bond theme ?The World is Not Enough? sung by rock group Garbage....
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Blackheath Halls is a Grade II listed restored Victorian concert venue with the largest open auditorium capacity in the South East, writes Chantal Laws.Time Out magazine recently described us as, ?a...
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A MORI poll conducted on behalf of the Royal Shakespeare Company has revealed that Shakespeare?s history plays are considered by the public to still have some relevance today. Coinciding with the...
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Nominations are being invited for the 2001 Dragon awards, the Lord Mayor of London?s City of London?s Award Scheme which recognises London businesses which have played a part in regenerating local...
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The Arts Council of Wales (ACW) has launched the first stage of its Cultural Diversity Strategy. Among its objectives, the strategy focuses on ensuring that people from black and ethnic minority...
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A merger between First Call Group, the UK?s largest independent distributor of entertainment, sports and events tickets, and Seatem UK, a European distributor of leisure tickets, is set to create...
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A new and broadly-based National Training Organisation (NTO) for the cultural sector has been proposed by Resource: the Council for Museums, Archives and Libraries, with a view to streamlining...
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A research project examining the development of creativity in the early years sector is being implemented by Northern Arts in collaboration with the Arts Council of England (ACE). To date the...
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A workspace scheme using shipping containers to provide affordable studio space for artists and other creative professionals opens this week at Trinity Buoy Wharf in London. Construction of the...
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A partnership between West Midlands Arts and the Unit for Arts and Offenders has led to the development of a training programme to prepare artists to work with vulnerable and challenging groups, both...
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Parallels between the mighty arts funding structure and the diminutive organisation that is ArtsProfessional are, it must be said, pretty limited. But just at the moment, we are both facing new...
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Revenue grant monies previously allocated to the Centre for Visual Arts (CVA) in Cardiff, which closed last year, have been committed in the short-term to an Arts Council of Wales (ACW) scheme...
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A new website for the arts community in the South East of England has been launched, providing news about venues, organisations, artists and events in the region.The site currently includes a...
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Culture with a small ?c? is veering out of control. Increasingly not only western society but the global community is being deluged by scientific, technological and cultural changes and choices, all...
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(Industrial Society, 1998, ISBN 1 85835 899 X, £12.99 (£16.20 inc. p...
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When the National Curriculum was first introduced, I was a young education officer working for an exciting freelance orchestra which is now known as Sinfonia 21 (S21), explains Catherine Rose. I?m...
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What do disaffected culture jammers say about arts organisations? Terry O'Sullivan went to find out.
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Last summer, Phil Smith and I spent six weeks at Exeter University School of Physics, says Cathy Turner. Our purpose was to write a play about physics for schools, with the aim of stimulating...

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