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An NHS trust in Bristol has become the latest organisation to commit to using an arts programme to benefit the health and well-being of...

Former National Theatre director Nicholas Hytner has claimed Labour’s pledge to put creativity back at the heart of the curriculum would “reverse one of...

Brighton and Hove City Council is offering a £77,000 salary for a newly created culture tsar role. The successful applicant for the for the arts...

Outgoing Arts Council England chair Peter Bazalgette will conduct a review into how the UK's creative industries can contribute to the country's future, as...

Vikki Heywood has responded to Ed Vaizey's comments that the arts are "relentlessly left wing", challenging his claims that the sector ignores other points...

As London prepares to elect a new mayor, Matthew Hemley, Georgia Snow and David Hutchison spoke to the candidates from the four major parties...

It’s been two weeks since Ed Vaizey, minister for culture and the digital industries, proudly announced the publication of the long-awaited Culture White Paper....

Conservative London mayoral candidate Zac Goldsmith has ruled out creating a separate arts manifesto as part of his campaign. Instead, he said he would be...

London is at risk of “extinguishing creativity” because of low wages and increased living costs, a senior London policy maker has claimed. Justine Simons, head...
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