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27 September 2016
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Lest We Forget is a powerful and extraordinary collection of three dance pieces that English National Ballet (ENB) premiered in 2014 to...
Her Majesty the Queen - As You've Never Seen Her Before...
Painted wearing a purple top with matching stilettos complete with tiara, but with her bum out against a backdrop of a Union Jack and the...
London's Art Scene this Autumn: 10 Must-See Events and Exhibitions
I'm often asked what is the one thing that is absolutely necessary to see/do/experience in the visual art world, in a given season. These...
Greenbelt 2015: Corbyn's Bard, Cyborgs and the Devil
The musical highlight this year was Grace Petrie and the Benefits Culture who roused a damp Monday night crowd with their politically charged...
Igor Prokop: One of the Top Artists at the Chianciano Biennale in Tuscany
Within such a cornucopia of talent, Igor Prokop, an artist born in Budapest, stands out with a presentation of highly-elaborate and colourful...
A Thriving, Diverse City Needs to Value Its Arts
A thriving, diverse city needs a thriving, diverse arts scene - otherwise it isn't a city worth living in. For that reason, I would be...
Empathy and the Decision to Postpone 'Homegrown'
The decision by the NYT to postpone the play has unleashed a firestorm of debate within the artistic community about censorship. But this...
The Day We Went to Margate
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Audrey Hepburn: Portraits of an Icon is a major new photography exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery that truly spans the life of...
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As things stand, core national funding for arts and culture has already reduced by over £100million (more than a third) since 2009. On...
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Science is not only thriving in contemporary culture it is beginning to dominate too, if queries made by Google users are anything to go...
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