Arts Council England has made an investment of over £33 million in 196 of its National Portfolio Organisations (NPOs), via a short-term emergency fund that was specifically designed to help those
Britain’s globally renowned arts, culture and heritage industries will receive a £1.57 billion rescue package to help weather the impact of coronavirus.
Read our July 2020 newsletter in which Head of the Culture Diary Programme Anna Maloney says goodbye, and shares her highlights over the past four fruitful years with the Culture Diary.
The Culture Diary intends to update this page with opening dates of cultural venues in the UK as they are announced.
GREAT Inspirations celebrates some of the many UK businesses that have done extraordinary things during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Arts Council England (ACE) has now completed awarding funds for its first two Emergency Response Funds: for Individuals, and for Organisations (outside the National Portfolio).
Government and independent organisations have published guidance on reopening various sectors with the arts, culture and creative industries.
The Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society has been given a special funding package from the Scottish Government to help the festival survive its cancellation this year.