BRIT Awards will be taking place on Tuesday 11 May instead of its usual date in February and will be broadcast live on ITV. This decision was made after consulting with the music industry and show partners Mastercard, ITV and AEG. The organisers say that along with the many safety and logistical considerations of staging a huge awards ceremony in February for those putting the event on as well as the guests, they believe that this move will give a fairer opportunity to all artists, as well as ensuring a mix of huge domestic and global superstars that annually attend and perform at the show.
American artist Sheila Hicks has become known for her large-scale installations that pack a punch of colour and texture, but also her delicate woven drawings that – although much smaller in scale – are no less impactful.
Set against a backdrop of the infrastructure of the cotton industry in Pennine Lancashire, the British Textile Biennial returns in autumn of 2021, focusing on the global nature of textiles and the relationships they create.
London Design Festival celebrates and promotes London as the design capital of the world. The 19th edition of the Festival will take place across the city from 18-26 September 2021