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In a year full of diversity and vibrancy on the London stage, the Donmar Warehouse has been nominated for 13 Laurence Olivier Awards, the Society of London Theatre announces today.
East 15 are delighted to announce that internationally renowned actor Sir Ben Kingsley is to launch their new Masters Degree in Filmmaking at BAFTA on Friday February 6th, at 6.30 pm on the eve of the Academy Awards weekend
The world’s largest private collection of Madonna’s film outfits, stage costumes and artefacts.
QUAD, Derby’s new centre for art and film, is offering a number of romantic, filmic pursuits for amorous sorts on Valentine's Day.
Marks and Spencer have come out in full support of the DanceHouse Appeal by sponsoring the food for the sumptuous 3-course dinner for the DanceEast’s B’jewelled Ball.
A peripheral event to the Tate Triennial 2009.
In the hands of these skilled actors, the play succeeds in reaching a level of quality which from lesser performers might just about amuse an undemanding audience.
Move over Penélope and Scarlett - a struggling musician-turned-diva is the real feelgood story.
Simon Callow is giving voice to the homeless in a theatrical event based on true-life testimonies - and it's a lot more complex than he thought.
Romeo Castellucci is among those coming to London for Spill festival while Shunt Vaults and the Arcola Theatre also have shows.
The conventional wisdom is that the arts don't suffer during times of economic hardship because the need for escapism is greater than ever – and this is borne out by the latest statistics.
Black British actors who believe their talent is overlooked prepare to stage their own awards ceremony.
In hard times audiences need happy and familiar plays.
Three-quarters of those surveyed considered themselves to be professional composers, but only 10% made their primary living from that work.
Here we survey the policy areas where the new President is likely to take a stand.
Put a big name in a production and you'll reap advance receipts. If only they were all as reliable as John Malkovich.
The injections of cultural cash in Tuesday's federal budget are being hailed by many in the arts community as a landmark moment showing national politicians' heightened attention to the arts. But complaints about what was left out remain widespread.
Two and a half years after winning the Israel Prize and being defined as an Israeli cultural icon, the Ashdod-based Israel Andalusian Orchestra fired all 50 of its musicians and lyricists Thursday and closed up shop.
The Arts Council spent £29.8 million on The Public's capital costs and allocates a further £500,000 a year to support the venue's programme. The new business plan asked for an ongoing £1.5 million a year.
Dreyfuss, who is reported to have remarked that his hedonistic past had damaged his memory, has at least improved upon his last attempt to take a leading role in the West End.
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