The National Art Pass is the perfect present for cultural lovers, or for those who seem to have everything! It also offers something for everyone, no matter where they live in the UK.
Art, culture and knowledge tends to follow trade routes and is crowded around ports and their hinterland, which is what makes the Viking Ocean Cruises so exciting – the cruises are based on squeezing the cultural essence out of each destination.
DIY, pop up and the fizziest of cultural events by the UK’s finest ‘convention-prodding’ talent are being curated through a series of free workshops, exhibitions, screenings and talks under the ün-establishment banner from Kopperberg’s.
The Maddening Rain had an excellent 2010, and now the darkly comic story of success and loss is in the Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter, as part of a UK tour and New York run at Brits off Broadway festival.
Two artists who are taking part in British Art Show 7, which is due to dock in at Plymouth on September 17, have been nominated for this year’s Turner Prize
Plymouth’s Drum Theatre was praised for its innovative work and ability to take its audience on a challenging journey into new work by the Guardian’s theatre critic Lyn Gardner in her review of 2010. Here’s what she said…
A new arts e-zine has been founded in Devon which aims to challenge the creative sector with a collective ragbag of comments, reviews and artwork.