London's South Bank area could help boost economic and cultural recovery, a report argues.
Creative Leaders Festival 2021 will run online on May 25 and 26.
Stages are determined to re-open despite the challenges of socially distanced seating and new rules to prevent spread of Covid-19.
Socially-driven arts organisations can apply for funding to promote growth. Find out more.
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How economically important is the UK's arts and culture industry?
The successful new V&A museum in Dundee.
Islamic treasures are showcased in a new British Museum gallery.
New partnerships between arts bodies and the UK government's Jobcentre Plus service are helping to source new young talent.
Read how Cockpit Arts Consortium helped creative businesses run apprentice schemes for young unemployed people. (Pre-rollover image credi...
After 50 years of stage performances at its London home and on tour, the National Theatre is innovating with new distribution channels.
British performance curator Luke Pell explores opportunities in the US.
Want to know where the growth in UK theatre is? A new report shows you.
Discover why the judges made The Hepworth Wakefield Art Fund Museum of the Year. (Image: © Marc Atkins)
Read a general election manifesto for the creative industries.
Read how the creative industries can grow over the next five years.
A combination of live theatre and digital technology brought Shakespeare's works to all parts of the world.
Hear how festivals have promoted the north of England region.
South West England has developed a reputation for festivals that are economically and personally enriching for locals and tourists.
How is augmented reality and other technology helping museums.
How Canadian circus artist Hugo Desmarais successfully applied for a UK work visa.
How Turkish author Elif Shafak qualified to work in the UK