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Who is watching who in Alastair Mackie’s first major outdoor sculpture commission?
Films are making a comeback at the Lawrence Batley Theatre as the theatre will launch its brand new film season this month.
"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."
In response to prevailing market concerns, Bridge has modified its floorplan to provide more affordable options for galleries seeking participation in the New York art fair market during Armory Show week, March 5-8, 2009.
Writer David Hare returns to postwar upheavals in 'The Reader'.
Stonehenge was built as a dance arena for prehistoric "samba-style" raves, according to a study of the acoustics of the 5,000-year-old stone circle.
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.
Conductor Daniel Barenboim said fighting between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip has prompted the cancellation of two concerts by his West-Eastern Divan Orchestra planned for Cairo and the Qatari capital Doha.
Edgar Degas' The Little Dancer, one of the world's best-known sculptures, is to go on sale next month.
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.
In the 19th century, the venue played host to minstrel and magic shows. In the 1970s, it served as a porn cinema. Now Leeds' Victorian assembly rooms have been reinvented once again - as a new space for Opera North.
Dance on film can exist as an art form quite different from dance onstage. When a director makes us see or think about movement in new ways, or uses a camera as a choreographic tool to amplify our senses, dance and film can seem a perfect fit.
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.
With a strong lineup of Western imports due, Japanese cinema could face a tough year. Here's our pick of the homegrown flicks.
The new Yiddish opera Itche Heist Ir (Your name is Itche) revolves around an incestuous relationship between a brother and a sister, Itche and Adela, who succeed in concealing their secret from the world.
Turkey's Istanbul Ballet Company and Cigdem ensemble have cancelled their performances at Tel Aviv's Suzanne Dellal Center due to the fighting in the South.
As far as Egyptian cinema is concerned 2008 appeared to mark the beginning of a phase of transition, the first step down a long road.
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