The Royal Court Theatre is reopening with a 'Living Newspaper' based on a historical US theatre project, with three weekly performances across six weeks in November live at the Royal Court and accessible online at home. These performances will be led by writers, and working with freelance artists – actors, designers, stage managers, technicians and choreographers.
History and heritage
The UK in JAPAN 2019-20 season, a high-profile and ambitious campaign to further strengthen the bilateral relationship and deepen the partnership between the UK and Japan as forward-looking global leaders, was launched in September 2019 after its official announcement when Prime Minister Abe visited the UK in January 2019.
Cultural organisations in Dundee, led by V&A Dundee, have launched a joint fundraising campaign to offset some of the financial impact of COVID-19.
The Dundee Cultural Recovery Fund is led by V&A Dundee and will also benefit Dundee Rep and Scottish Dance Theatre, Dundee Contemporary Arts, Dundee Heritage Trust and Dundee Science Centre.
- Royal church urges nation to discover history on its doorstep
- Perfect time to visit with no crowds and queues
- Reduced price entry on Wednesdays
British Council is inviting arts organisations and individuals based in the UK to submit project proposals for inclusion in the UK/Australia Season.
The UK/Australia Season will explore and celebrate the relationship between Australia and the UK across the arts, creative industries, and higher education. It will take place August to November 2021 in the UK and September 2021 to March 2022 in Australia.
Shakespeare’s Birthplace in the heart of Stratford-upon-Avon will reopen its doors to visitors on Saturday, 1 August, 2020, after being closed for more than four months due to the Coronavirus outbreak.
Shakespeare’s Birthplace has been awarded Visit Britain’s new ‘We’re Good to Go’ safety accreditation for COVID-19 safe attractions, with new measures in place across the Birthplace, garden and shop, and the introduction of an online advanced ticketing system.
The Royal Dock's annual celebration of culture and creativity - Join the Docks - is now open for creative submissions for autumn 2020 and spring 2021.
Taking place across the 4km stretch of London’s historic Royal Docks, organisers want to collaborate with artists, organisations, and local collectives to create activities that explore the people, heritage, and places of the Royal Docks.
In more normal times, the activities and partnerships that we document on this blog are full of movement: of people, of collections, of productions, of exhibitions…
And yet, in an outcome that felt unimaginable even a month or so ago, physical movement in our ever-more hyper-connected world has wound down.
But we are all still, of course, hyper-connected.