Hall’s Croft, the elegant 17th century marital home of Susanna, daughter of William Shakespeare, is celebrating its 400th anniversary this year.
Street artists have created history by painting the first ever piece of art inspired by social networking sites including Twitter and Facebook.
The Stratford-upon-Avon Poetry Festival celebrates its Diamond year when it takes place from the 30 June – 4 August.
What makes you Confused.com? New research from the price comparison website reveals the top 10 things that the British public are most confused by.
There is just one month to go until Museums at Night, the UK's annual late night festival of art, culture and heritage.
Running from 8-28 April, the season features a stand-up comedy series, Radio 1Xtra’s Comedy Club; Knockback, a scripted radio comedy drama written by and starring actors Daniel Kaluuya (Skins and Psychoville) and Jason Lewis (The Jason Lewis Experience and Miranda)
The Heritage Motor Centre is to host a special exhibition from the Guild of Motoring Artists from the 27 April – 3 June.
A new exhibition at Dove Cottage and the Wordsworth Museum is enticing visitors to Grasmere, Cumbria by asking them to stop and wonder, answering questions for themselves about one of history’s greatest literary enigmas, Dorothy Wordsworth.
Channel 4 has announced the launch of Tribes Live, a new ‘real time’ online community of 16 to 24 year-olds which will provide the broadcaster and its advertising clients with spontaneous, valuable insight and a better understanding of their most engaged audience demographic.
Canary Wharf Group has unveiled the latest addition to its award-winning public art programme: A Table from the Sea’s Edge by Silas Birtwistle.
On Monday 18 March, the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust will open a fascinating new exhibition featuring unique and priceless treasures from its collections, many of them on public display for the first time.
Cold war relic and culture ark MS Stubnitz has sailed into a mooring at Wood Wharf, the waterfront area earmarked for future development immediately east of Canary Wharf in Central London.
A piece of art shocked commuters in the capital yesterday as graphic artist, Patrick Thomas, debuted his latest provocative piece, 'Moo', to the public, making more than a subtle nod to the current horse-meat scandal.
A giant open air street gallery of photographs has arrived in Norwich as part of a national tour to illustrate the history, scope and impact of co-operation world-wide.
Cheltenham’s Art Gallery & Museum is to re-open during 2013, following a major new build costing in the region of £6-million.
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