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Samiat Pedro makes sure you’re always one step ahead. Paul Simpson's new Movie Lists, 397 Ways To Pick A DVD is just what you've been looking for.
In the creative industries, freelancing is far from rare, but before you take that first step, there’s a whole host of things you need to be aware of.
Jim Holt, author of Stop Me If You’ve Heard This explains where jokes come from, whilst sharing a few of the best jokes from over the past 2,000 years.
Making art out of a political event or character can be a minefield. When I first heard that a Turner Prize-winning artist from London was making a film about Bobby Sands, funded by FilmFour and the UK Arts Council, my expectations were not high.
Lucy has written for theatre and radio for over 15 years, writing for Hollyoaks for 10 years alongside this.
If the Council decides to make dramatic cuts, projects and shows put on by institutes such as the Bristol Old Vic, The Northcott Theatre in Exeter and the well-loved London Bubble may all be in jeopardy.
THE self-help guru and motivational gangster talks to Samiat Pedro as his brand-new book, Don’t Be Needy Be Succeedy, hits the shelves. As the man himself says, his advice is not talk-talk, it’s all do-do. Prepare to be seriously motivated.
So you want to break into the creative arts? Maybe you’ve been working in another field, in another job, or perhaps you’ve been bringing up a family. Changing your life is quite a challenge – we tell you how.
The Afrika Eye Film Festival 08 has started!! Running throughout Black History Month and beyond, the Afrika Eye Film Festival 08 showcases the best in contemporary African cinema.
In the wake of this year’s Man Booker prize, won by first-time novelist, Aravind Adiga, we investigate what it is to win a literray award.
London is preparing for a flood of thousands of artbods pouring into London for Frieze. But there are many other exciting shows to attract curious visitors and get a share of the pie themselves!
This season we are truly spoilt for choice when it comes to great theatre. What’s worth seeing? Which shows should you book right now? Where on earth do you start? Sit back and relax, Arts Hub has it covered with our pick of autumn’s hottest shows from around the UK.
As a new writer you expect to face challenges in your work – too many characters, the voices aren’t authentic and whatever happened to the plot? With disturbing frequency, a tidal wave of issues can rise to the surface, threatening to overwhelm you. But if you’re an established author, with a long list of books and testimonials to your credit, it’s easy, right? Well, that’s where you’d be wrong.
Stewart Mechem is a self taught abstract artist who has rapidly become one of the South of England’s most prolific and successful talents and is represented by both Cadogan Contemporary and the Pond gallery in London, and the Floren gallery in Dorset.
With a credit crunch hitting everyone’s pocket, new research from T-Mobile has revealed that on average we spend over a year of our lives hunting for the best bargains which presumably means opting for one of their money saving mobile phone tariffs and spending the savings elsewhere! Well, when it comes to art and culture at least, we hope to put an end to all that tireless searching with some use
The impressive rise to stardom of author Kate Morton and her haunting, page-turning novels isn’t anything like typical for a relatively new writer. With two books to her credit and a third one on the way, Kate is an inspiration to would-be writers everywhere. Her first novel, The House at Riverton, sold over half a million copies and its successor, The Forgotten Garden, published in
All four artistic director’s behind theatre production, La-di-DaDa, (Steve Tiplady and Sally Brown of Indefinite Articles together with Carey English and Guy Holland of Quicksilver Theatre), give Arts Hub a sneaky peak into the goings on behind the scenes of their up-coming children’s show.
So it’s official, then: recruitment agencies are worth considering, as part of that all-important job search process. But what makes them different$$s$$ what can they offer that you can’t do yourself?
The Arts Council late last month, issued its response to the increasingly controversial McIntosh Review, an independent review commissioned by Chief Executive Alan Davey which examines the process used to reach funding decisions.
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