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PHILIP LONG OBE, Director of V&A Dundee, is leaving to become CEO at National Trust for Scotland when current Chief Executive SIMON...
Headlong theatre company's new Artistic Director is JOE HILL-GIBBINS. He is an acclaimed director and former Deputy Artistic Director of...
Paintings in Hospitals has appointed SANDRA BRUCE-GORDON as its new Director. Bruce-Gordon began her career in theatre management before...
PROFESSOR SARAH WORTHINGTON has been made a Trustee of the British Museum. Professor of the Laws of England at the University of Cambridge...
STEVE SLATER says he is excited to join Derby-based dance organisation Déda and re-engage with the regional arts community. "I spent my...

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