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Spotlight On: The Hepworth Wakefield

Spotlight On: The Hepworth Wakefield

Explore the North’s foremost museum of contemporary British art and sculpture!

French Independence Day: Top 5 French Films

French Independence Day: Top 5 French Films

For French Independence Day we've compiled a list of the Top 5 most innovative, influential, powerful and simply beautiful French films, spanning through the entire history of cinema!

The Great Yorkshire Fringe: An Interview with Jane Veysey

The Great Yorkshire Fringe: An Interview with Jane Veysey

We chat to Producer Jane Veysey about the upcoming Yorkshire Fringe Festival from 19-29 July!

A Literature Lover’s Guide to Wales

A Literature Lover’s Guide to Wales

Explore Wales’ literary landmarks with our handy guide.

Sharing Shakespeare: An Interview with Karen Fishwick

Sharing Shakespeare: An Interview with Karen Fishwick

We chatted to Karen Fishwick, who’s currently playing theatre’s most renowned romantic female figure in the RSC’s production of Romeo and Juliet!

The Marvellous Mechanical Museum at Compton Verney

The Marvellous Mechanical Museum at Compton Verney

Compton Verney’s Marvellous Mechanical Museum looks back to the spectacular automata exhibitions of the 18th Century, and charts artists’ experiments with clockwork and robotics through the ages.

The UK’s Top Summer Firework Displays

The UK’s Top Summer Firework Displays

Want to set your summer off with a bang? Check out our sparkling round up of the UK’s top summer firework displays!

A Slice Through the World: Contemporary Artists’ Drawings at Modern Art Oxford

A Slice Through the World: Contemporary Artists’ Drawings

Modern Art Oxford’s latest exhibition demonstrates how the art of drawing is still prevalent in the digital age, and how it responds to contemporary issues.

BOOK CLUB: The Top Literary Releases of June

BOOK CLUB: The Top Literary Releases of June

Get stuck into one of our top June releases - tried and tested by us so you know that they're good.

The UK’s Best Summer Art Exhibitions

The UK's Best Summer Art Exhibitions

You don’t have to be in the capital to discover fascinating art! We’ve rounded up some of the most intriguing out-of-London art exhibitions this summer.

America’s Cool Modernism at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford

America’s Cool Modernism at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford

The term “cool” has many connotations. But the Ashmolean’s latest exhibition isn’t referring to low temperature, this is American Cool in reference to a sense of detachment to the modern world exhibited by a range of 20s and 30s American modern artists.

Once more unto the Library: An Interview with Actor and Director Kelly Eva May

Once more unto the Library: An Interview with Kelly Eva May

We chat to Kelly Eva May from Librarian Theatre company about their upcoming production of Henry V, which is touring 10 libraries around Bristol this July as part of Bristol Shakespeare Festival!

Let’s Dance: Top 5 UK Dance Stages

Let’s Dance: Top 5 UK Dance Stages

We’ve rounded up five of the UK’s out-of-London dance focused stages, so you know where to go when you fancy a bit of “moving and being moved”.

The Battle of the Somme Centenary: WW1 Events of Remembrance

The Battle of the Somme Centenary: WW1 Events of Remembrance

Tomorrow (1 July 2018) marks 100 years since the beginning of the Battle of the Somme, and there are many upcoming events, exhibitions and performances around the UK to reflect upon this centennial year.

Spark:York’s Shipping Container Shopping Experience

Spark:York's Shipping Container Shopping Experience

Embrace (new)York with this shipping container shopping experience at Spark:York!

An Interview Lover’s Guide to Podcasts

An Interview Lover's Guide to Podcasts

Fancy a change from your trusty music playlist? Check out these top 10 interview podcasts to spice up your commute!

Top 5 Summer Living History Events

Top 5 Summer Living History Events

There’s a host of living history events over the upcoming months to transport you back to summers of yesteryear.

Top 5 Hangover Curing Brunches in Newcastle

Top 5 Hangover Curing Brunches in Newcastle

Check out our roundup of the top 5 brunch stops in Newcastle to restore you from your hard night of partying!

“Banter both sides of the Atlantic”: An Interview with John Ducker

An Interview with John Ducker

We geared up for 4 July by chatting to John Ducker, the Head of Visitor Experience at The American Museum in Bath!

Top 5 Family Friendly Public Art Trails

Top 5 Family Friendly Public Art Trails

From Gromits to giraffes, hares to penguins, have some family fun following a public art trail round your city this summer!

A Day at the Races: Royal Windsor Racecourse

A Day at the Races: Royal Windsor Racecourse

We headed to Royal Windsor Racecourse on their Irish night to see if a day at the races is all it’s (whip)cracked up to be.

Surviving the apocalypse: ZED Events Wasteland Experience

Surviving the apocalypse: ZED Events Wasteland Experience

Do you think you can survive the apocalypse? Head to ZED Events’ abandoned shopping centre in Reading for an immersive Wasteland Experience that’s a video gamer’s dream!

The Cowboy Philosopher: An Interview with Wilson Dixon

The Cowboy Philosopher: An Interview with Wilson Dixon

We chat to “Cowboy Philosopher” Wilson Dixon ahead of his UK tour this summer!

Puppy Love: UK Dog Shows and Events

Puppy Love: UK Dog Shows and Events

This summer, every dog can have his day with our round up of shows and events dedicated to man’s best friend.

What to See at Oxford’s Offbeat Festival

What to See at Oxford’s Offbeat Festival

Try something out of your comfort zone at Oxford’s festival for brand new theatre, comedy and dance!

“Local, but of national quality”: An Interview with Vicki Hargreaves

An Interview with Vicki Hargreaves

We chat with Creative Programme Producer Vicki Hargreaves ahead of Eastleigh Unwrapped Festival!

Hereford Cathedral: A Hotbed of Medieval History

Hereford Cathedral: A Hotbed of Medieval History!

It’s Magna Carta Day! Head to Hereford Cathedral for a glance at a revised version of King John’s “Great Charter”.

Britten’s War Requiem at York Minster

Britten’s War Requiem at York Minster

York Minster’s final concert of the season simultaneously marks the centenary of the conclusion of World War I with Benjamin Britten’s War Requiem.

Bristol’s Hidden Gems: Alternative places to watch the World Cup

Bristol’s Hidden Gems: Places to watch the World Cup

Whether you’re a staunch supporter of your national team, or just fancy catching some of the action from the whopping 48 games on offer, here are our picks of some great spots to view the games in Bristol!

Red Rose Day: The UK’s Top Rose Gardens

Red Rose Day: The UK’s Top Rose Gardens

“Stop and take time to smell the roses” this Red Rose Day with our round up of some of the best UK rose gardens!

BOOK CLUB: The Top Literary Releases of May

BOOK CLUB: The Top Literary Releases of May

Our round up of all the books to go and find from May - tried and tested by us so you know that they're good.

World Gin Day: The UK’s Top Gin Spots

World Gin Day: The UK's Top Gin Spots

It’s World Gin Day! So if you’re in a need of a bit of TLG (tender loving gin!), don’t be a sloe-coach and hurry along to these gin hotspots around the UK.

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