The double life of William Shakespeare: playwright and scammer
Shady facts of William Shakespeare’s wealth generation have come to light.
Novelist David Mitchell and composer Michel van der Aa team up for multimedia opera
David Mitchell and Michel van der Aa have joined forces to create multimedia opera ‘Sunken Garden.’
Olivier Awards nominations announced
Britain’s top theatre, dance and opera awards contenders for the 37th edition of the Olivier Awards were announced earlier this…
Victoria and Albert’s biggest seller yet
The Victoria and Albert museum’s retrospective on David Bowie has officially become their biggest selling show ever, and it hasn't…
Free online poem sharing service launched
An online poem sharing service known as ‘Poem Pigeon’ has taken wing.
South Bank Sky Arts Awards celebrate best of British arts and culture
The South Bank Sky Arts Awards recognise outstanding achievement in British arts and culture from the past year.
How does theatre change the lives of children?
Warwick Business School has launched a study to investigate the effect theatre has on the lives of children.
Artist Graham Ovenden accused of pedophilia
Renowned Cornwall artist Graham Ovenden faces trial for sexually abusing young girls who posed for him earlier in his career.
London Arts precinct to get $150 million boost
London's Southbank Centre reveals plans for a £100 million upgrade of its Festival Wing.
Bowie is back
It’s been a long wait for David Bowie fans but early critical reviews of his latest album promise that it…