Daniel Kramer, the American-born multi-disciplinary performance director, is the new artistic director of English National Opera.
AI talks to the film maker Phil Grabsky about Exhibition on Screen and a new way to see art
Antony Thorncroft takes a stroll down memory lane that leads him up surprising byways
National Youthbank... A game of two arts... Making space for Catrina... Lou's shed... Not a Secret anymore
A £19m Shakespeare playhouse for Merseyside has been given planning permission and should become operational in 2019.
The number of jobs in the arts has increased by 4% in the past year, according to the Office of National Statistics.
The innovative and unconventional Opera Holland Park marks its 20th birthday this summer with a new independence, a new season – and a film. AI talks to its founder Michael Volpe
The Lowry’s chocka calendar has had an extra festival squeezed into it around may day. its chief executive, Julia Fawcett, explains
James Runcie, son of the former Archbishop of Canterbury Robert Runcie, has been appointed to one of the top BBC arts posts.
Culture secretary John Whittingdale is under fire over his intervention in the appointment of trustees to the National Portrait Gallery.
Simon Tait on how the Royal Shakespeare Company’s plans for marking the death of its inspiration on the 400th anniversary this month are both contemporary
and a credit to the bard
Storme Toolis burst onto the national scene three years ago in BBC TVs New Tricks, one of the few disabled actors to appear on screen whose disability is not a feature of the plot. now the 23-year-old has taken on one of the most demanding roles in the shakespearean canon – in a production of which she is creative director and which is the subject of a forthcoming television documentary
A recently discovered self-portrait by Lucian Freud, who died in 2011, has been acquired by the National Portrait Gallery, in lieu of tax.
... is the founder and director of Belfast’s Imagine Festival of Ideas and Politics. He is also the creator of the city’s Comedy Festival, now in its fifth year. in his day time job, he is the Northern Ireland manager of the Alliance for Useful Evidence based with Nesta