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Britain’s top theatre, dance and opera awards contenders for the 37th edition of the Olivier Awards were announced earlier this week.
Zimbabwe arts education organisation CHIPAWO is hosting a series of special events to celebrate theatre for children and young people.
The Bolshoi Ballet has been hit with another wave of controversy following allegations that female dancers were forced to sleep with wealthy patrons.
The Victoria and Albert museum’s retrospective on David Bowie has officially become their biggest selling show ever, and it hasn't even opened yet.
The Bolshoi ballet drama continues as hundreds of Bolshoi employees turn to Russian President Vladimir Putin to defend key suspect Pavel Dmitrichenko.
Warwick Business School has launched a study to investigate the effect theatre has on the lives of children.
In an attempt to revive Ugandan theatre, the first international theatre festival recently took off at Uganda’s National Theatre.
Argentinian-French theatre icon Jérôme Savary has died aged 70, following a battle with cancer.
One of the Bolshoi’s leading male dancers Pavel Dmitrichenko has confessed his involvement in the acid attack against Bolshoi artistic director Sergei Filin.
Illegal downloads are starving creativity but attacking the consumer misses the point.
Some of the biggest names in Bollywood are making their way to Vancouver to perform as part of the Times of India Film Awards.
The music industry breathes a collective sigh of relief as new figures reveal that global music sales have risen for the first time since 1999.
Amidst dangerous budget cuts, the opera world has united to conduct its very own international awards in the hopes of raising appreciation for the classic art form.
Cuba’s beloved soul musician El Gran Fellove has died in Mexico aged 89.
Music producer Quincy Jones has launched new music education app Playground Sessions, which will teach budding musicians how to play the piano.
The UK’s greatest celebration of British music recently wrapped up in London and we have a full list of the 2013 winners.
A host of creatives including Lena Dunham and Tess Taylor have spoken out about Sylvia Plath’s legacy, 50 years after her death.
Despite the ready availability of e-readers in India, the paper book is still drawing just as much attention, with the local print publishing industry still on the rise.
Sydney based singer/actor/producer Catherine has been wowing crowds both nationally and internationally for over 18 months with her smash hit cabaret "The Divine Miss Bette".
Bolshoi ballet director Sergei Filin has gone to Germany to receive further treatment and claims he knows who attacked him.
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