The Cultural Directory

Meet the people and organisations who are creating amazing cultural activities around the world.
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Damson Communications

Damson Communications

Damson has many years working with clients in the art sector, from larger galleries and concerns to solo artists looking to generate a higher profile and more commercial viability.
Country: 
United Kingdom

Cast, Doncaster

Cast, Doncaster

Cast is Doncaster's Performance Venue. A place where you can watch incredible shows, share creative ideas and be inspired. Here is a place to enjoy everything from comedy to jazz, plays to ballet, gigs to family shows and much, much more. Photo by Ben Harrison.
Country: 
United Kingdom

Royal Albert Hall

Royal Albert Hall

The Royal Albert Hall is the world’s most famous stage. Over the past 145 years, it has hosted everyone from Winston Churchill, Albert Einstein and Edward Elgar to The Beatles, Bob Dylan and Adele. Last year, its breathtaking auditorium presented 397 events by the world’s greatest performers – taking in rock, pop and classical music, dance, films, Cirque du Soleil and even tennis – with the magical setting and inspired artists creating amazing memories for audiences. Opened in 1871 to fulfil Prince Albert’s vision of a central hall to promote the arts and sciences, the Hall is a registered charity that remains true to his founding ambitions within a modern context. It hosts over 400 events a year in its secondary space, the Elgar Room, and beyond, broadening the Hall’s appeal to incorporate younger and more diverse audiences. Its Education & Outreach programme reaches more than 150,000 participants each year, working with schools, young people and the community, as well as other charities such as Music for Youth, as part of its extensive public benefit remit. Registered charity no: 254543
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Country: 
United Kingdom

The Foundling Museum

The Foundling Museum

The Foundling Museum explores the history of the Foundling Hospital, the UK's first children's charity and first public art gallery. The Foundling Hospital, which continues today as the children's charity Coram, was established in 1739 by the philanthropist Thomas Coram to care for babies at risk of abandonment. Instrumental in helping Coram realise his vision were the artist William Hogarth and the composer George Frideric Handel. Their creative generosity set the template for the ways in which the arts can support philanthropy. Through a dynamic programme of exhibitions and events the Museum celebrates the ways in which artists of all disciplines have helped improve children's lives for over 275 years.
Country: 
United Kingdom

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