Rattle to leave LSO

Sir Simon Rattle is leaving the London Symphony orchestra to work in Germany, where his home now is.

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Compton Verney maintains visitor figures for 2020

Compton Verney Art Gallery in Warwickshire has maintained its visitor numbers through the 2020 pandemic year by combining actual with virtual visits.

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Auntie comes to the dance

The BBC and Sadler’s Wells are collaborating on a day-long virtual arts festival for later this month.

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Florence Nightingale Museum closed by Covid

The Florence Nightingale Museum, set in St Thomas’s Hospital in London, is to close.

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Congratulations…

The arts in the New Year honours for 2021

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‘It is the artists and cultural organisations themselves who have stepped up’ - ACE chief on 2020

Darren Henley, the CEO of Arts Council England, has praised the cultural sector’s fortitude and resilience in an unprecedented year an raising the spirits of the nation.

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Art for tax breaks hits record

Works of art by such artists as Barbara Hepworth, Naum Gabo, Pissarro, William Blake and Manet have been used to settle tax bills worth £40m in 2019/20, a record.

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Bow Street police station to be reborn as a museum

Bow Street, one of the most famous police stations in the world which closed in 1992, is to reopen in the new year as a museum.

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Disabled artists still discriminated against

Disabled artists rights have gone backwards rather than progressed, an outcome of years of austerity.

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Covid squeezing music out of curriculum, Ofsted report confirms

The Covid pandemic is forcing music teaching out of schools even though it is a legal requirement, a report published by Ofsted today confirms.

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