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You have heard of Podcasting, but have you heard of Poetcasting? Alex Pryce has come up with an inventive way of combining podcasting with the latest poetry.
From Flight of the Conchords to Mad Men and The Daily Show, comedian Kristen Schaal is the face of hip and challenging TV.
They cost a fortune, take ages to make, irritate male dancers and catch on the scenery. Tutus are everywhere right now. But could they be on the way out?
Where is the Roundhouse heading next?
Actors' union Equity says hit musical should be paying child actors more than £20 a night.
Real-life tragedy nearly struck at a Florida theatre on Monday night, when an actor fired a live gun at a cast member's head.
To the best of my knowledge, the 44th president of the United States has never once murdered his wife in a jealous rage before taking his own life.
The tax haven plans to introduce an island-wide charge that allows residents unlimited legal downloads from P2P sites. And if it goes ahead, we'll be moving office ...
Are the police using their 'risk-assessment' form 696 to close down grime and garage clubs?
Neil Frazer, Automation Mechanic with Cirque du Soleil, tells Arts Hub about how he climbed his way up the Big Top.
The DANCEEAST ACADEMY is a scheme that offers young people aged 10 - 18, with exceptional potential in dance, the opportunity to access high quality dance training.
Exotic in its discipline, this show is an extended and unusual object animation using the brushstrokes of Beijing opera.
St Stephen’s returns triumphantly to life on 17 March 2009 when burgeoning young theatre company Antic Disposition commences an artistic residency and breathes new life into the building.
Manchester Pride is delighted to announce the creation of a fund to support the production of innovative, community based events and projects for the 2009 festival.
The Viewfinder Photography Gallery presents a range of striking and innovative images, many developed especially for this exhibition.
Inspirational theatre company Full Body and the Voice will premiere its new production That Was Then, This Is Now at the LBT from Wednesday 11th – Saturday 14th February.
Two rich musical heritages combine in Wales this spring when the incredible talents of Grammy nominated Colombian llanera (harp-led) group Cimarron and Wales' own Catrin Finch come together for a series of thrilling concert performances where the harp is the star.
A dazzling collaboration of dance, music and design come to Snape Maltings Concert Hall on 27 and 28 February, when Rambert Dance Company’s Eternal Light Tour 2009 visits Suffolk.
The president-elect's proposed Artists Corps is one plank in his push to revitalize the arts in education.
The premiere of a West End play directed by Kevin Spacey has been delayed for nine days.
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