20 August 2021
UK City of Culture 2025 receives record number of applicants
More cities than ever before have applied to become the UK’s next City of Culture, following 2021 winner Coventry.
16 August 2021
Through the Ages: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
The paradox of the aristocrats and the Restoration theatre
6 August 2021
Summer Showcase: Fashioning Our History
The Fashioning our History Project explores diversity in fashion and art, through a series of workshops, and talks, culminating in an
exhibition of participants work and a fashion installation at Willesden Green Library Centre.
24 June 2021
Young Norfolk Creatives call for creative change
Young Norfolk Creatives have produced a film with the simple yet effective message, "listen to us", as they champion the need for more support to the creative industries.
21 June 2021
Saturday Night With Hayley Palmer
TV Presenter Hayley Palmer announces new TV show, 'Saturday Night With Hayley'.
16 May 2021
Femininity on a budget
True class and femininity do NOT require a big budget!
12 May 2021
Sadiq Khan reignites London with culture at its core
Re-elected London mayor Sadiq Khan launches plans to revitalise London culture by targeting theatre, tourism and creative sectors.
29 April 2021
Manchester International Festival announces programme for 2021
Manchester International Festival (MIF) returns from 1-18 July with a vibrant programme of original new work.
22 April 2021
Is it right – or possible – to defend Prince Philip?
Applying modern morals to historic situations
21 March 2021 – 26 March 2021
Frisky Arts Open Call
Frisky Arts theatre company has a paid opportunity for a performer to join the cast of their new show Night On Boob Mountain.
15 March 2021
2021 Grammys: The winners, debates & women making history
The 63rd annual Grammy Awards saw records broken, but also attracted criticism for non-inclusive and non-representative decisions.
11 March 2021
Sex workers in the UK are fighting for change, and everyone should listen
As COVID-19 is becoming ever more apparent, so does the need to reform the law.
8 March 2021
Is femininity sometimes misinterpreted as weakness?
Why do so many women feel the need to imitate men to be taken seriously?
6 March 2021
“Netflix. Exhausted. DVDs. Seen them. A woman finds that TV isn’t the only thing to watch during lockdown”.
3 March 2021
Budget 2021: How the government's plans will affect the arts
The government’s 2021 Budget has been announced by Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak. With the arts having been negatively impacted in 2020, the government has allocated £400 million to help venues in England reopen.
26 February 2021
Birmingham Commonwealth Games cultural festival awarded £6m
The 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games have been awarded £6m towards a cultural festival.
7 February 2021
Disney+ streams the Rodgers & Hammerstein's star-studded Cinderella!
Disney+ to stream Cinderella, by Rogers & Hammerstein's, at the stroke of midnight on February 12th.
4 February 2021
Interview with filmmaker Emily White
Emily White, director, producer and writer of 'You, Me and the Silence', talks to us about her creative process behind the short film which we are currently showcasing as part of our Winter Film Festival.