10 January 2022
Reset the stage: How Eventual is changing the model of live events
How will people consume culture after the pandemic? That was one of the motivations behind Eventual, a platform on a mission to diversify and democratise the arts and entertainment industry.
20 December 2021
Strictly Come Dancing 2021: Rose Ayling-Ellis makes history as first deaf winner
Rose Ayling-Ellis and her partner Giovanni Pernice took home the glitterball trophy as the audience and judges' propelled them to victory as the winners of Strictly Come Dancing 2021.
18 November 2021 – 9 January 2022
FUSE International (formerly IYAF) - Applications open for 2022
Take part in FUSE International, the UK’s largest multi-arts festival for performers under 27. FUSE International provides a platform to showcase your work, whatever your artform.
Apply by 9 Jan: https://bit.ly/FUSE22Applications
8 August 2022 – 12 August 2022
Take The Lead Musical Theatre Summer School
Trinity Laban Conservatoire's week long Musical Theatre Summer School for aspiring performers aged 16+ taking place 8th-12th August 2022.
30 November 2021
International Youth Arts Festival rebrands to FUSE International for 2022
The biggest UK youth-based multi-arts festival is switching up its image by changing its name and branding from the International Youth Arts Festival to FUSE International.
18 October 2021
Body image regarding the arts. is it a problem? lets discuss...
18 October 2021
Critical Mass 2022: Young people offered the chance to dance at the Commonwealth Games
Critical Mass, a new initiative bringing together movement performance and accessibility, seeks applicants to participate in their events across the West Midlands in 2022.
19 September 2021
Released onto Amazon Prime on 3 September, Kay Cannon’s reimagined Cinderella makes for a magical and uplifting watch, but is let down by the inconsistent comedy.
15 September 2021
Strictly Come Dancing seeks to improve inclusivity with first deaf participant
EastEnders star Rose Ayling-Ellis hopes to “break stereotypes” when it comes to assumptions on the ability for deaf people and those with hearing impairments to enjoy music.
19 September 2021 – 26 September 2021
WayWord festival returns with variety of online and in-person events
The student-led arts festival seeks to engage participants in unconventional forms of artistic expression and will take place 19-26 September.
9 September 2021
Awakening The Festival: Festival for people with disabilities takes place in Falkirk
The event, organised by Enable Scotland, saw over 700 people with physical or learning disabilities engage in live music and other activities in Callendar Park last Saturday.
3 September 2021
Review: Every Dollar is a Soldier/With Money You're a Dragon
A multimedia, virtual gallery that the viewer explores through a 3D gaming-based experience, Every Dollar is a Soldier/With Money You’re a Dragon is a unique, collaborative piece of art with unfortunate technical issues
25 August 2021
Review: Love Me
An asexual coming of age story, Love Me shines a spotlight on the anxiety of self-discovery with well-told raw emotion, but rushes through too many story beats and supporting characters to fully reach its potential.
23 August 2021
The Songsmiths crowned Voice Magazine's Acappella Champions 2021
Three phenomenal groups competed against each other in Symposium Hall, with the University of Leeds based singers winning over the panel of judges.
21 August 2021
Review: Miss Lindsay's Secret
Built around a series of real letters sent between two lovers from Glenesk, separated by the Atlantic ocean, Miss Lindsay’s Secret intricately explores themes of material storytelling and lost love, but falters a little at the emotional peaks
28 July 2021
Annie Get Your Gun review
After the fabulous success of ‘Songs Under The Stars’ last year, new theatre company, Betley Court Farm Productions, came back with a bang with their showing of the fantastic musical: Annie Get Your Gun.
22 July 2021
Manchester International Festival: Download and Run Zoom
When travel restrictions forced Lucinda Childs to postpone a project with the Ballet National de Marseille, the American choreographer began meeting the Ballet’s Artistic Directors – LA(HORDE) – via Zoom.
12 July 2021
Brighton Fringe Review: SWAN
A quasi-French fever dream bound up in swans, mime, and a spectacular nude finish. C’est trés bien!