Musicians from six continents joined London street performers for the third year of International Busking Day on Saturday 21 July 2018, in partnership with the Mayor of London.
Jeremy Wright QC is the new Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS), having previously been Attorney General since 2014.
Arts Council England has awarded 103 artists funding through the first round of Developing Your Creative Practice programme, supported by the National Lottery.
Eleven successful bids in the third year of VisitBritain's £40 million Discover England Fund for tourism product development have been announced.
The panel deciding the winning design for the UK Pavilion at the Expo 2020 Dubai has been announced, with the 11 experts in their fields looking for a design concept that will create the most orig
British Council is giving grants for international biennales and festivals to support participation by UK architects and designers.
Hothouse is a Crafts Council Talent and Business Development Programme that supports talented makers at the start of their career.
We may only have reached mid-year but Shakespeare's Globe want to remind us that winter is coming and that the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, their candlelit Jacobean indoor stage, is the best place to
The tenth edition of Liverpool Biennial, marking 20 years, is hosting works by over 40 artists from 22 countries throughout the city's public spaces, galleries, museums and civic buildings, all wi
The government is looking for an organisation to manage a £3 million social investment fund that supports culture and creativity across the Northern Powerhouse as part of the next stage of the Nor