When Oscar Wilde died in 1900, the few obituaries that appeared were miserable: The Times concluded that death had brought an end to ‘what must have been a life of wretchedness and unavai
China's First Emperor and the Terracotta Warriors brought in £78m to Liverpool's economy between 7 February and 28 October during its exhibition at the World Museum Liverpool.
Sheffield-based social enterprise Key Fund has been chosen to distribute £3 million to creative and cultural organisations across the North of England.
Four rare items from the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust’s world-class museum collection in Stratford-upon-Avon, England, are to feature in an exhibition in America that tells the story of the first
2018 is the 25th anniversary of Studio Wayne McGregor!
Creative Industries Minister Margot James has confirmed an extra £1 million of funding for the creative industries, to a total of £5 million, to promote the "best of British" abroad. The funding b
The Scottish Government, City of Edinburgh Council and Edinburgh Festivals have formed and will finance the PLACE (Platforms for Creative Excellence) programme, intended to increase the reach of t
Community Arts North West is seeking to recruit the following position: Creative Producer – Children & Young People
Hidden amongst the treasures within Waddesdon's collection are a selection of bizarre, fantastical and mythical creatures, that until now have not received much attention.
Now in its 26th year, the nation’s biggest and longest running comedy festival launches alongside the launch of a brand new sister festival, The UK Kids’ Comedy Festival, ce