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Art and the City

Critics love it and hate it by turn. Contemporary art, that is. The only time it is likely to be…

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Community Music hits the right note

Manchester’s Community Music Conference began in 1998, to provide an opportunity for musicians to come together and share ideas and…

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Talking about a revolution

A fifty-year old company of blind actors from Croatia, which emerged during the Communist regime, are about to tour the…

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Coffee and Cultureshock

It's the first day of the last month of spring, and summer is definitely in the air in Melbourne -…

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Basingstoke Haymarket follows in Dundee Rep's footsteps

Theatre ensembles in the UK are few and far between. The Dundee Rep Theatre in Scotland has enjoyed considerable success…

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New compositions for Huddersfield

Next month, the Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival celebrates 25 years of bringing cutting-edge classical music to Britain's shores. Artistic Director…

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Scottish theatre success may be short-lived

Scottish theatre, it seems of late, has continued to build on the nation’s reputation for high-quality creative work on the…

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The State of Youth Arts

Director of the London Youth Arts Network, Anne Engel, takes time out from the hectic schedule of the first Festival…

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A new vision for puppetry

Traditionally, puppetry conjures up images of marionettes and Punch and Judy shows. But while the more conventional forms of the…

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Children embrace Creative Partnerships

When poet Bob Beagrie joined other artists to collaborate with a group of boys at Tollesby special school in Middlesbrough,…

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