16 May 2022
Eurovision 2022: Ukraine’s Kalush Orchestra win the 66th Eurovision Song Contest
An estimated 200 million people tuned in last Saturday to watch Ukraine win the top prize, and Great Britain’s Sam Ryder take second place
26 April 2022
Skiddle partner with Young Urban Art Foundation to commission short online series
‘The Sounds Of My London…’, will give young creatives from London a platform to share their communities and music scenes.
13 April 2022
A new documentary shows Prince Charles sought advice from Jimmy Saville for years
In a new Netflix documentary Jimmy Savile: A British Horror Story, secret letters across 20 years from Prince Charles to Jimmy Savile have been revealed. The letters were begging him to help the Royals, using his “straightforward common sense”.
11 April 2022
BAFTA Game Awards 2022: Returnal and Unpacking bag top prizes
Here’s everything you need to know about who won big at the BAFTA Games Awards 2022.
7 April 2022
Ed Sheeran wins lawsuit against hit single Shape Of You
The hitmaker won the copyright claim made by Sami Chokri
30 March 2022
It’s a Sin blazes the trail in 2022 Bafta TV nominations
BAFTA TV Awards announces this year’s nominations, with It’s a Sin in the running for 11 awards
28 March 2022
Academy Awards 2022: The winners
The 94th Academy Awards have been and gone – read our summary to find out what happened.
21 March 2022
Brighton Fringe announce 2022 bursary winners
Brighton Fringe have announced the winners of their annual bursary awards, which included a youth-led label, an LGBTQI+ musical theatre show and more.
14 March 2022
UK’s Eurovision entry reaches for the stars with Sam Ryder’s ‘SPACE MAN’
Will Sam Ryder's 'SPACE MAN' skyrocket the UK to the top? Or will we crash land into the dreaded "nil points" position for the third year in a row?
2 March 2022
Childline launches mental health campaign aimed at boys
Childline launches new campaign to raise awareness for boys struggling with their mental health.
15 February 2022
The DTEA calls for MPs to support children in theatre
Join the DTEA, schools, colleges, universities arts centres and theatres across the UK for a celebration of theatre and drama on 18th March, 2022.
8 February 2022
Safer Internet Day 2022
This Safer Internet Day, NSPCC Associate Head of Child Safety Online Kate Edwards shares her support and advice.
4 February 2022
Political documentary Redt'Blue to premier at Broadway Cinema
Redt’Blue is finally making its eagerly anticipated debut on the big screen on 26 February.
4 February 2022
1000 free tickets to be given away for West End show, Jungle Rumble
Preform Productions are giving away 1,000 free tickets for Jungle Rumble to disadvantaged children.
4 February 2022
Brighton Fringe announce second wave of acts
England’s largest arts festival, Brighton Fringe, announces second wave of acts with tickets on sale now.
2 February 2022
No More Red campaign aims to help young people at risk of knife crime in London
Adidas and Arsenal launch campaign to combat rising knife crime in London
31 January 2022
Please, Touch the Artwork: A new PC game exploring abstract art has launched on Steam
Please, Touch the Artwork is a quirky, experimental game that aims to bring art-lovers over to the idea of videogames as an art form.
29 January 2022
Commander Vimes' boot theory: Terry Pratchett and poverty campaigning
With a cost of living crisis caused in part by rising inflation, poverty activist Jack Monroe has composed a new price index named after a quote from Terry Pratchett's Commander Vimes.