Arts organisations in England have been urged to apply for a share of £500 million from the Government’s support package for the cultural sector.
There have been 5,000 coronavirus-related job losses in the theatre industry, a union has said.
The coronavirus crisis has wreaked havoc in the West End, where theatres have been dark since March.
An “extraordinarily silent” lockdown in London has been recorded for posterity by the Museum of London.
Live indoor theatre and concerts will be able to resume with socially distanced audiences from August 1, after months of dimmed lights and empty stages.
Aberdeen City Council is hunting for designers and artists to create temporary art installations to make the city centre more attractive.
Lockdown restrictions on leisure facilities, performing arts and beauty services will be eased in England within days.
The Culture Secretary has said a change in planning rules will stop buildings used as theatres and music venues being lost.
Finally, the arts are being thrown a lifeline in the devastating storm of coronavirus.
Dame Judi Dench has said government aid for the arts will be “spread very thin” but she is grateful for the intervention.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has paid a visit to Shakespeare’s Globe following his announcement of a £1.57 billion support package for the arts.
The Government will next week announce a timeline for the reopening of the events and arts sector, Boris Johnson has said.
An arts organisation in the West Midlands has asked for the Government to provide “clarity, guidance and resource” to help the ailing cultural sector.
A £10 million fund to help performing arts venues in Scotland survive the coronavirus crisis has been announced by the Culture Secretary.
Jobs in the arts and music industries must be protected and need a clear plan for support, Scottish Labour has said.
Workers in sectors including retail, travel and hospitality could face a lifetime of “playing catch-up” with their retirement savings, an insurer has warned.
Museums across the world are competing to find which contains the “best bum” as part of a weekly online battle between curators.
Coronavirus is having a “terrible” impact on regional theatres and a redundancy announcement by a Plymouth venue “won’t be the last”, an MP has warned.
The response of the arts sector to the 2008 financial crash has made it “incredibly vulnerable” to the impacts of coronavirus, according to the chair of a cultural charity.
The Prince of Wales has paid tribute to musicians, singers and dancers across the UK who have had to deal with the “heartbreaking” cancellation of performances due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A new project lets you explore the north-east in a new way, by listening to the natural sounds of the street.
A book festival in Scotland’s National Book Town is to take place online this year amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Around a third of individuals involved in Scotland’s contemporary arts industry lost all of their income during April, according to a survey.
People working in the cultural sector are facing “grave difficulties” and risk missing out on Government help during the coronavirus pandemic, according to Arts Council England boss Sir Nicholas Serota.
The BBC has announced a “virtual festival of the arts” that aims to give people access to culture while they isolate themselves in their own homes during the coronavirus lockdown.
Marilyn Monroe’s lips and Andy Warhol’s wigs are some of the highlights of a new exhibition at Tate Modern.
An internationally-renowned choreographer has been suspended by the Royal Ballet Company amid allegations of inappropriate behaviour.
A lawyer-turned-writer has scooped a major book award.
After more than 60 years spent sealed up in a library storage facility, about 1,000 letters written by poet TS Eliot to confidante Emily Hale will be unveiled this week, and scholars hope they will reveal the extent of a relationship that has been speculated about for decades.
Described by some as the nearest Scotland had to a Leonardo da Vinci, Alasdair Gray was a creative polymath whose work spanned the arts.