7th December 2017
6th December 2017
Bristol Old Vic has lost 65% of its council funding but 13 arts organisations will receive core funding for the first time.
The threat of terrorism is thought to have contributed to falling visitor numbers at some of London’s leading museums and galleries, although the V&A bucked the trend with record figures.
A two-year project across 20% of Welsh care homes found statistically significant improvements to wellbeing and staff perceptions of residents.
5th December 2017
Enthusiasm for theatre and live music has grown over the past year and more adults than ever consider going to a live performance to be a ‘great night’, a new survey by Town Hall Symphony Hall has found.
Elisabeth Murdoch, daughter of media mogul Rupert Murdoch, is one of seven new appointments to the national funder’s governing board.
Although a supplier was chosen to deliver Arts Council England’s £2.7m quality evaluation programme, the procurement process is now being re-run after falling foul of EU rules.
4th December 2017
Built on experiences at the Roundhouse, the Arts Council England-backed guide offers practical advice on selecting young trustees and preparing boards for change.
1st December 2017
A large increase in income from musicals and concerts offset falling ticket sales for plays last year, according to box office data from UK Theatre.
Falling Lottery revenues and a commitment to more cash for NPOs in the regions will see Arts Council England spending less on strategic funding and capital investments.
Following the European Commission’s move to block the UK from participating in European Capital of Culture 2023, arts professionals and MPs have warned cultural ties must not be severed post-Brexit.