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The Black Country Living Museum is celebrating its 40th anniversary and plans for its future expansion.

The Offies are always looking for new assessors, from across a range of backgrounds – age, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity and disability.  Regarding the latter, it must be

British Council Arts are seeking an experienced Consultant Creative Director to curate a UK season of culture in Italy in autumn 2020.

Research reviewing 35 million job adverts substantiates that employers requiring creativity in jobs is likely to grow in the future workforce.

A new show celebrating the exceptional life of Clara Wieck Schumann is to premiere next year in the bicentenary of her birth.

NEW ADVENTURES ANNOUNCES THE FULL CAST FOR WORLD PREMIERE OF

Romeo and Juliet

Music charity Attitude Is Everything has issued an industry-wide call for businesses and organisations who have positively impacted the experiences of deaf and disabled music audiences.

The Department of International Trade (DIT) will be taking an interactive/immersive mission in March 2019 to South by Southwest (SXSW), the leading industry and public event for music, film, inter

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.

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