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Arts and Theatre

Winner of the James Tait Black drama award announced

The play, by Gary Owen, is said to make audiences "laugh, cry and stand up to revolt".

This was the funniest joke of The Edinburgh Fringe 2016

A panel of 10 judges chose the festival's best jokes and then 2,000 people voted for their favourite.

Edinburgh International Culture Summit introduces its first Youth Programme

A selected group of 16-30 year olds have been given the opportunity to attend the Summit so that young people’s voices can be heard.

Why you should read Fight Club right now!

It should be top of your reading list.

The world's first art exhibition for dogs opens in London

It includes a huge (brown) ball pool in a dog bowl, a water feature and paintings created solely in a dog's colour spectrum.

Busted Musical 'What I Go To School For' ready to hit theatres

If you grew up in the noughties and you’re still clinging on to the innocent memories of childhood, pre-teen and teenagehood, you are in for a treat.

The best famous faces taking to the West End

Jesse Eisenberg, John Boyega and Billie Piper - big stars are treading the boards this summer and next.

Navigating the Edinburgh Fringe: A five-step guide

Your first time at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe can be daunting and it's easy to be overwhelmed by the chaos. See below for a five-step Fringe Survival Guide for the uninitiated.

Art Slave: An interview with Laurie Vincent on his first solo art show

More used to laying waste to the city’s live music venues as one-half of punk duo Slaves, Laurie Vincent descends on Edinburgh this week for a different reason.

Theatre Review: The Game’s Afoot @ Madame Tussauds

Marie Tussuad’s 19th Century ode to waxy weirdness is the perfect location for our immersive underground detective story.

Theatre Review: Derren Brown - Miracle @ The Lowry

TV's master of audience manipulation brought his latest show to Salford.

Theatre Review: As You Like It @ Windsor Great Park

One of Shakespeare’s frothiest comedies has been transported to Windsor Great Park’s Savill Garden for a bout of summery gender swapping and forest escapades.

The iPhone Photography Awards winners will blow your mind

The power of the smartphone camera knows no bounds.

Review: Missoni Art & Colour

Missoni's iconic bright colours and bold stripes add life and energy to the inanimate mannequins and overall exhibition.

10 life-affirming quotes from Frida Kahlo on her birthday

“I drank because I wanted to drown my sorrows. But now the damned things have learned to swim."

Saul Leiter's prophetic influence on social media

His art ranges from abstract to expressionist, black and white to colour, and even erotic.

Interview: Daniel Evans - Director of Show Boat in the West End

Show Boat sailed into the West End earlier this year, opening at the New London Theatre to critical acclaim.

Museum to celebrate work of artist and humorist William Heath Robinson due to open

The William Heath Robinson Trust was given the go ahead in 2012 and, when open, will be the first new bespoke museum in London since 1976.

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