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Week Ending was, from its inception in the 70s to its demise in the late 90s, BBC Radio’s flagship topical comedy show.
Walk the Plank produced Liverpool’s Transition Light Night: The People’s Celebration event, marking the city’s shift from European Capital of Culture 2008 to 2009, the year of the environment.
"Inspired by verbatim accounts of two survivors of the sex trade, Shatterbox has produced a dynamic and visceral piece of theatre combining dance, drama, physical theatre and music."
The government is considering whether high profile cultural events like the Turner Prize and Brit Awards should be held outside London on a regular basis.
Bassist John Miller is a Broadway orchestra contractor, the go-to guy if you're trying to put together a Frankie Valli-style combo for Jersey Boys, replace an oboist or violinist in the orchestra for Les Miz or find a pipa player for M. Butterfly.
The new Seoul exhibition, ``The Modern Korea Rediscovered,'' describes how the changing world had a profound impact on Korean artists.
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has unveiled a plan to extend support for cultural activities to the underprivileged and create more jobs in the culture and arts industry in efforts to overcome the economic slump.
The Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra (SPO) is launching a new season with conductor Chung Myung-whun continuing onboard.
The founder of Gekidan★Shinkansen and leader in entertainment drama is looking farther afield for source material.
"Musical training used to fuel the fires of condescension (from both sides) and genre was to be worn like a badge of authenticity; 'I am rock, you are classical and never the twain shall meet'. Personally, I am looking forward to a future characterised by unclassifiable, adaptable musicians, for whom style and training are mere tools."
WHEN Irishman Fergus Linehan arrived in Sydney from Dublin in 2004 as incoming director of the Sydney Festival, he hardly knew the place.
Thieves stole works by Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse and others from a Berlin gallery over the New Year's holiday, police said Friday.
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