Bournemouth ‘gaps’ in culture offer – report

Bournemouth has a number of gaps in its cultural offer, says a new report on the town.

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New arts centre for Newbury

Greenham Common to be site for £1.7m facility

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Bath 100% arts cuts ‘unforgivable assault’

Bath is to cut all its funding for small arts projects to save upwards of £100,000 a year, the city council has decided, blaming reductions in central government funding.

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Brexit drives out first British orchestra

The European Union Baroque Orchestra, which has been based at Woodstock in Oxfordshire since 1985, is to camp to Belgium in the wake of the decision for Britain to leave the European Union. Others may follow.

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Hoyle to leave the Clore

Sue Hoyle, director of the Clore Leadership Programme since 2007, is to stand down in the summer, it was announced today.

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Theatre bookshop closes after 187 years

Samuel French, the bookseller, publisher and theatrical licensing company, is being forced to close its famous Fitzrovia bookshop by rising rents.

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Nottingham is first Hearts for the Arts winner

Nottingham City Council has won the best local authority arts initiative title in the National Campaign for the Arts' first Hearts for the Arts awards.

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Thames estuary culture

The Thames Estuary is to be turned into a cultural hub of global standing.

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Free schools group says arts bodies have misunderstood effect of EBacc

A new report claims that arts organisations concerns about the impact of EBacc on arts subjects at secondary schools is misplaced.

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Liverpool Biennial success, says report

Liverpool’s Biennial art exhibition was worth over £5 million to the local economy, according to new figures.

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