The largest hoard of coins from the reigns of Harold II and William the Conqueror has been found in a Somerset field.
Sir Alan Ayckbourn, one of Britain’s most successful and prolific living playwrights, is to lead the celebrations of his 80thbirthday at the theatre he created in Scarborough.
Growing numbers of the public believe culture encourages people to move to particular towns, a survey for Arts Council England.
The British Museum is collaborating with regional museums and galleries on an exhibition of prints and drawings from the BM’s collection.
The Victoria & Albert Museum is allowing BBC cameras into its vaults and workshops for a six-part documentary, Secrets of the Museum.
Achates Philanthropy, set up to help arts organisations raise funds from private sources, has launched a bursary scheme to train fundraisers.
A new £2.25m Edinburgh Fringe performing arts showcase has been announced today by Arts Council England, focussing on theatre, dance and circus.
Shakespeare’s London during his early creative life in the capital since arriving in about 1592 was confined to a few square meters of Shoreditch.
The export of a painting by John Everett Millais has been halted to allow a UK buyer to raise £9.5m to keep it in the UK on public display.
Elizabeth Dellert, exhibitor services manager at Frieze Masters since 2015, is the new UK director of the Affordable Art Fair.