Curtains have been down across the nation for nearly 9 months. Seats have remained empty, lights have stayed dim and
The pandemic has closed theatres, museums and cinemas but it has also given the world of classical ballet an opportunity
Children enjoyed a virtual drawing workshop with Gruffalo illustrator Axel Scheffler last weekend, as he teamed up with a Twickenham-based
Roehampton University Students Union passed a motion opposing £3.2m of cuts to the university’s Arts & Humanities faculty last Monday.
A campaign to save the Streatham Hill Theatre has been backed by several notable figures following its 91st birthday. The
All events at Battersea Arts Centre (BAC) will have optional ticket prices from early next year, the centre’s chief executive
An arts charity has invited Richmond children to showcase their writing talents. Art Richmond’s Young Writers’ competition is open to
Kingston’s Rose Theatre is reopening with Covid-secure shows this week, despite Tier 2 restrictions. After closing its doors on 17
Young carers are embracing the positive impact of creative activities designed to combat increasing levels of loneliness, anxiety, and depression.
Church is not where you expect to meet a DJ who last year scored a top 10 single and landed
The director of an experimental comedy showing at the VAULT festival next week sees the play as a ‘fuck you’