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This Week 14 – 20 January

Stuck for something to do this week? We've got you covered...

Burns Night 2019

Feel the Burns! Your January is about to perk up, with this welcome excuse to read poetry, eat haggis and drink whisky (or whichever your New Year's resolutions allow)

This week 07 – 13 January

From fright nights to folk singing, check out our top picks for the week ahead

January Round-Up for Manchester

The 2019 culture scene is kicking off big time in the glorious North!

This week: 17 – 23 December

From 'whodunnit' to 'well, Andy Warhol definitely did it' – there's plenty to do across the UK this week!

XMAS – Wishing you a Merry Mancunian Christmas!

Check out our top 5 picks for festive fun in Manchester this December

This week: 10 – 16 December

It’s the final countdown, and we’re looking beyond the shopping frenzy for some wholesome fun

XMAS – a Grinch’s guide to the festive season

If baubles are sending you bonkers, and – no – you don’t want a gingerbread latte, it’s time to plan your escape

This week: 26 - 02 December

Our top picks this week include Christmas craft, witch craft, fairy tales and Love Actually with a live orchestra.

XMAS – Top Twinkling Trails

As cities start to throb with shoppers, why not wrap up and head for the great Christmassy outdoors?

Lighten up: an interview with Richard Wheater

It's a sign - here's why you should make Neon your new favourite hobby

5 shows to catch at Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival

The internationally renowned Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival is gearing up to present its 41st edition of ground-breaking new and experimental music featuring 50+ concerts, installations, exhibitions and talks.

Armistice Day 100 years

Find events to commemorate and learn about the end of World War One.

This week: 05 - 11 November

This week’s culture scene is full of food for thought, inspired by science, nature and history

“Looking at Tudor paintings through Tudor eyes…”

Renowned historian and broadcaster David Starkey has curated a brand new exhibition in Hever Castle’s Long Gallery, which aims to recreate what a typical Long Gallery would have looked like during the reign of Henry VIII.

Top 5 Spooky Events in Bristol

Halloween is just around the creepy corner, so we’ve rounded up some ghoulish events in Bristol that will lift your spirits!

“Radical, unconventional and international…"

The Bloomsbury Group may be a thing of the past, but that doesn’t mean their work and relevance has to be. In this spirit, Charleston House in East Sussex has opened an exhibition space filled with work inspired by the work of the renowned artistic group!

Spotlight On: Ferens Art Gallery

Discover one of 2018’s finalists for Art Fund’s Museum of the Year!

The (floral) fabric of society

If you’re a fan of floral patterned fabric, you’ll love Dovecot Studios’ major retrospective on Liberty art fabrics and their impact on British fashion since 1875! We chatted to curator Kate Grenyer ahead of the exhibition.

“The poster became an art form.”

The Scottish National Gallery are exploring the work of poster pioneer Toulouse Lautrec in their upcoming exhibition “Pin-ups: Toulouse Lautrec and the Art of Celebrity”. We chatted to curator Hannah Brocklehurst to get the low down.

Gardens just don’t lose their charm for artists!

The Enchanted Garden at Newcastle’s Laing Gallery explores how gardens have been an ongoing inspiration through 100 years of art history. We chatted to curator Amy Barker to learn more about the artists who have flirted with fauna and flora in their work.

Cause we are living in a Bacterial World!

We chatted to Professor Paul Smith, Director of Oxford Museum of Natural History, about the upcoming Bacterial World exhibition, which seeks to address the misconception that bacteria is something you need to clean off your kitchen surface!

Spotlight On: Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum

The Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, situated on the banks of the River Kelvin and near Kelvingrove Park, is now one of Scotland’s most popular tourist destinations

“I didn’t just want to tell a DJ’s story”

We chatted to Manchester music legend and former Haçienda DJ “DJ Paulette” about her upcoming installation “Homebird” at the Lowry Galleries.

“On the threshold between life and death”

We chatted to Mark Espiner, a Director from collaborative theatre company Sound&Fury about their immersive sound installation Charlie Ward, which places audiences in the heart of a makeshift wartime hospital.

A Culture Vulture’s Guide to Coventry

With Coventry being the next City of Culture in 2021 we thought it was high time we rounded up some of the city’s cultural hot-spots.

Life in Motion: An Interview with Curator Tamar Hemmes

We chatted to curator Tamar Hemmes about the current exhibition at the Tate Liverpool, which analyses the works of Egon Schiele and Francesca Woodman in reference to the themes of movement and the human body.

The Other Art Fair, Bristol

Want to escape from the heat this weekend? Head to The Other Art Fair in Bristol to recuperate out of the sun with work from the UK’s top emerging and independent artists… some of which you may be tempted to purchase and take home with you!

An Interview with Curator Helen Thornton

If, like Carrie Bradshaw, you’re obsessed with shoes, then York Castle Museum has the exhibition for you. We chatted to curator Helen Thornton the exhibition that pits Vivienne Westwood’s wild creations against the museum’s historical collection.

Edinburgh Art Festival: An Interview with Sorcha Carey

We caught up with Sorcha Carey, the Director of Edinburgh Art Festival, the only major annual festival dedicated to visual art in the country, which is running its 15th edition this year.

SUBJECT: Antony Gormley exhibition hits Kettle’s Yard

Antony Gormley returns to the city of his alma mater to present SUBJECT, a site specific exhibition that explores the spaces of Kettle’s Yard’s recently refurbished gallery.

The Wonder Project: An Interview with Andy Franzkowiak

We chatted to Andy Franzkowiak, director of Shrinking Space arts collective, who have developed an after-hours experience at Kew Wakehurst, Sussex, exploring our relationship with nature through a series of interdisciplinary art installations.

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