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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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The Art and Science of Mapping Perception

Five years ago, a curator, filmmaker and scientist set out on a collaborative journey to discover what it would be…

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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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Online streaming - what, why and who with?

You've made a great short film (or perhaps a feature) and of course you want the world to see it.…

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Musical Theatre joins International Festivals

One of the world’s oldest and most loved art forms is about to experience its first ever festival, an international…

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Artists take refuge

Two years ago, Artistic Director Caryne Chapman Clark had a dream to start a theatrical organisation for refugee artists in…

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Agriculture Crisis, or Culture Crisis?

The English countryside is not what it used to be. Faced with the reality the rural industry might soon be…

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Cromarty comes alive to the sound of opera

It sounds like the setting for a quirky musical, a kind of 'Sound of Music', Scots-style, or a 'Brigadoon'. Picture…

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One World. One Minute.

8:48 am. That one minute, when the first hijacked plane exploded into the World Trade Centre on September 11, 2001,…

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