Private collection of 34 lots of teddy bears and soft toys up for auction at SAS.
North Wall theatre review by Jon Lewis.
Claire Murray brings a wealth of experience to the recently-created new role at the Bagnor theatre.
Theatre review by Jon Lewis.
The much-anticipated Wildlife Photographer of the Year 56 exhibition, from the Natural History Museum in London, reopens the arts venue.
Strictly stars Anton Du Beke and Giovanni Pernice are bringing Him and Me! to The Hexagon, in July.
Isobel Pigott and Mandy Monkcom open their joint exhibition for Artweeks this weekend.
Hogans reopens its doors to 400+ students returning to face to face lessons.
Water Fest celebrates the 900th anniversary one of Europe’s largest royal monasteries founded by Henry I of England.
Audience interacts with innovative online film commissioned by Oxford Playhouse.
Euripides’ Orestes online drama broadcast on YouTube and recorded using Zoom.
“I felt it was my duty to write this book”, says author Jeremy Barber.
Derek Ansell explores Mary I's marriage to Philip II of Spain and attempts to return England to the Catholic faith.
Arts events open up indoors and out.
Four music acts return to the town centre pub courtyard.
Three socially distanced performances announced in theatre's stunning gardens.
Ceramic Art Whitway reopens on May 17.
Organisers say lack of Government-backed insurance as too big a risk.
September dates confirmed for town's music fortnight.
#ReverseTheCut projections launch Anvil Arts impact report.