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UK’s love of reading sparks the Great Book Migration

UK’s love of reading sparks the Great Book Migration

A list of the UK’s favourite fictional folk has been revealed, placing James Bond and Elizabeth Bennett as the characters we’d would most like to be.

'Sixties Birds and Blokes' Angela Williams Exhibition

'Sixties Birds and Blokes' Angela Williams Exhibition

Acclaimed photographer, Angela Williams, will be exhibiting her collection of prints featuring some of the world's most illustrious stars.

Los Angeles leads the way when it comes to cultural tourism

Los Angeles leads the way when it comes to cultural tourism

When it comes to the arts, Los Angeles has raised the bar and has set the standard with the quality of art that it creates and presents.

Pub poet comp seeks verse fit for Poet Laureate

Pub poet comp seeks verse fit for Poet Laureate

Country pub restaurant collection, Vintage Inns, is on the lookout for budding poets in a national competition backed by former Poet Laureate Sir Andrew Motion.

August bank holiday weekend fun in Shakespeare Country

August bank holiday weekend fun in Shakespeare Country

Enjoy a fantastic fun filled August bank holiday weekend in Shakespeare Country with plenty to see and do for all the family.

Castle Galleries to mark Bob Dylan’s 70th birthday

Castle Galleries to mark Bob Dylan’s 70th birthday

As one of the world’s most important and influential cultural icons of a generation, Bob Dylan’s global influence permeates every layer of our modern culture.

Canary Wharf becomes London’s Jazz Capital

Canary Wharf becomes London’s Jazz Capital

Canary Wharf becomes the centre of the jazz world on 12-14 August when some of the best performers on the circuit take the stage at the Canary Wharf Jazz Festival.

Helsinki Design Week 2011

Helsinki Design Week 2011

Helsinki Design Week is the event for design, architecture and fashion aficionados and professionals.

Two masters of modern British sculpture

Two masters of modern British sculpture

A new tour from Martin Randall Travel is being launched to coincide with the major Moore exhibition at Hatfield House and the opening of the Barbara Hepworth gallery in Wakefield.

Spike Milligan painting goes under the hammer

Spike Milligan painting goes under the hammer

Nearly 10 years after his death, comedy genius Spike Milligan, who spent his childhood growing up in Lewisham, will again be the centre of attention when one of his paintings comes up for sale – the first time that a painting by the former Goon has gone under the hammer, according to Grand Auctions.

Covent Garden hosts Louis Vuitton arts project

Covent Garden will host fashion powerhouse Louis Vuitton in the latest evolution of the brand’s Young Arts Project – which unites emerging artists with the best cultural institutions and artists in London – to launch the project’s new website.

Somerset Art Weeks 2011

Somerset Art Weeks 2011

Somerset Art Weeks 2011, which runs from Saturday 17th September to Sunday, 2nd October, is the largest art event in Somerset with around 400 artists and makers showcasing their work to the public in over 100 venues county-wide.

Surprises for culture vultures across Scotland

From major new museums to the return of iconic galleries, Scotland is at the centre of a cultural revolution this year by a surprising number of new offerings.

Glasgow Jazz Festival 2011

Glasgow Jazz Festival will celebrate its 25th year as one of the UK’s finest jazz festivals next month.

Leicester hosts first UK Green Film Festival

Leicester hosts first UK Green Film Festival

Co-hosted at Phoenix Square in Leicester, the first national UK Green Film Festival is set to run this weekend (Friday 20th to Sunday 22 May 2011); and with the three-day programme now announced, organisers are gearing up to show a selection of the best films, documentaries and shorts highlighting climate change and other environmental issues.