From Cornwall shoreline to the Californian west coast, Kneehigh Theatre takes their highly-acclaimed production of 946: The Amazing Story of Adolphus Tips to Berkeley Repertory Theatre via a tour of the UK.
Tate Liverpool Francis Bacon and An Imagined Museum exhibitions in Europe
Pinewood Studios Group has formally opened an office in Beijing, headed by Amanda Halliday, Senior Vice President, Pinewood China.
This is in response to growing demand in China for Pinewood’s services in the fields of studio design and build, production services including post production, content development, marine services, education and training.
Parliament has announced an inquiry into the impact of Brexit on the creative industries, tourism and the digital single market. They are accepting written submissions of evidence until 28 October. They will want to hear from as many people within these sectors as can give credible evidence.
Parliament will need evidence on:
The next sculpture to adorn the Fourth Plinth, and its 11th commission, will be 'Really Good' by David Shrigley, the artist who provided artwork for the Mayor of London's recent 'London Is Open' campaign. The new work will be unveiled on 29 September at 10am. You can find more information on the Fourth Plinth here.
British Council and the hub have compiled a report including all current support available for UK musicians and music organisations expanding their work and reach internationally.
Collaboration and understanding international culture were the themes of the final week of the International Festival For Business (IFB) at the Liverpool Exhibition Centre last week.
Come and meet The Culture Diary for networking and drinks at the Gateway to the Asian Music Markets event during the day or from 6.40pm on Tuesday 28 June 2016, part of the International Festival for Business in Liverpool. Anyone from the cultural and creative industries is invited.
Let us know you're able to come and please fill in your details. As it's invite only, you will need confirmation before you arrive.
British Council and the Quebec government* are seeking ideas to encourage cultural exchange through 2017–18 and are inviting organisations to apply for funding of $10,000 per year per organisation.
The scheme will:
The Great Escape festival in Brighton, which begins today (19 May), is an annual music industry showcase – think SXSW by the sea – with a focus on new music alongside industry panels and discussions. Each year the festival also has a country focus and invites artists and delegates from overseas to perform, promote and network. Delegates get the chance to attend all gigs, parties and lectures.
2016 international events include: