SPARE PARTS, from 28 February to 12 May, is the second exhibition season from the new Science Gallery London at King’s College London in London Bridge. The free exhibition and accompanying events programme will explore the art, science, ethics and technology that enables human repair and alteration.
The Midlands, home to over 10 million people, is a major focus for the Government through the Midlands Engine - a coalition of councils, local enterprise partnerships, universities and businesses working with Government to build on innovation, investment and international trade, increase business skills, and continue to make the Midlands a great place to live.
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 noted that a number of OffWestEnd venues are not wheelchair accessible.
NEW ADVENTURES ANNOUNCES THE FULL CAST FOR WORLD PREMIERE OF
Romeo and Juliet
97 YOUNG DANCERS MAKE THEIR DEBUTS WITH NEW ADVENTURES UK TOUR OPENS 13 MAY 2019
2018 is the 25th anniversary of Studio Wayne McGregor!
To celebrate, we want to give 15,000 hours of space to artists through our FreeSpace programme, helping them to share their time and skills with others.
The Scottish Government, City of Edinburgh Council and Edinburgh Festivals have formed and will finance the PLACE (Platforms for Creative Excellence) programme, intended to increase the reach of the renowned annual festivals' work. They have committed £15 million across the next five years. PLACE will be supported and administered by Creative Scotland.
Projects announced to recieve money from the first three years of funding (£5.8 million) are:
Now in its 26th year, the nation’s biggest and longest running comedy festival launches alongside the launch of a brand new sister festival, The UK Kids’ Comedy Festival, celebrating the comedy talent of the future
“One of best comedy festivals in the world” The Guardian
British Council, Farnham Maltings (under Caravan, its international strand) and the High Commission of Canada in the UK have joined to deliver New Conversations, a project aimed at benefitting the performing arts sectors in both the UK and Canada.
Research conducted by the Theatres Trust, in conjunction with UK Theatre and SOLT, has found that more than £550million is needed over the next five years for capital projects to upgrade and maintain theatres across the UK.
This figure is based on responses from almost 150 theatres, which represents 10% of active theatres in the UK. Collectively they have spent almost £312million upgrading and maintaining theatre buildings in the past five years.