17th June 2024

The King’s second birthday honours acknowledges arts professionals from across the sector and features three damehoods and three knighthoods.

Acme said it hopes that by buying the Propeller Factory, it can develop the building to better meet the demand for affordable artists' studios in London.

13th June 2024

Arts Council England said the timing, nature and content of a letter critical of funding cuts imposed by the public body had 'caused it concern'.

Labour's general election manifesto says arts and music will 'no longer be the preserve of a privileged few', with the party pledging to boost creative education opportunities and introduce consumer protections on ticket resales.

12th June 2024

Members of Compagnie Maguy Marin have also alleged they were subjected to 'aggressive' and 'intimidating' treatment by Sadler's Wells staff.

11th June 2024

Conservative Party promises to leverage the power of philanthropy for cultural institutions in an election manifesto light on firm policies for the arts.

Research commissioned by performers' union Equity has been used to create an Arts Investment Tracker, showing changing levels of arts funding across the UK.

Report exploring the lack of sustainable pathways into producing for British theatre producers from the global majority uncovers a racial pay gap of 20%.

10th June 2024

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.

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".