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16 drama school students tell us what it's really like to audition

It’s an expensive and daunting venture - so we spoke to those who've lived it. 

UK City of Culture reveals its plans for 2017

The East Yorkshire City willl host a national 365-day cultural celebration next year.

York's latest art exhibition is all about flesh

You could say it gets under the skin. 

Is art losing its cultural value as investors lock up classics in vaults for profit?

The rise of commerce and technology has been evolving the experience of taking in art in the modern world.

Theatre Review: In Our Hands @ New Diorama Theatre

Following a successful Edinburgh Fringe, Smoking Apples Theatre Company have embarked on a tour of the UK showcasing their latest work ‘In Our Hands’.

Theatre Review: 1984 @ The Playhouse Theatre

We review Duncan Macmillan and Robert Icke's adaptation of George Orwell's dystopian classic 1984.

This is why arts funding is important to everyone

The life skills are of course transferrable to any career, but it's not only career growth that's important, it's personal growth as well

Talking diversity with Jade Anouka, part of the Donmar's new all-female Shakespeare Trilogy

Tacking Hotspur, Ariel and Mark Anthony at the Donmar Warehouse.

Theatre Review: The Threepenny Opera @ The National Theatre

Simon Stephens’ new adaptation of Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill’s classic dark comedy finally brings some Brechtian theatre back to London.

Five reasons why School of Rock in the West End is going to be brilliant

It’s extremely hard to describe the talent that these children possess.

Is the West End too expensive for young people?

This week, Sherlock star Mark Gattis has branded The West End as an "exclusive club for rich white people".

You won't want to miss this exhibition, even if you're not keen on art

Why The Infinite Mix is the coolest show in town.

West End Bares: EXCALIBARE will return to the Novello Theatre this month

The event is produced by The Make a Difference Trust, a UK charity that raises money to rid the world of HIV and AIDS.

This colouring book is challenging how we see our bodies

Artist Allison Tunis is at the forefront of the Body Positivity movement.

"Dudeoir" photoshoot highlights the ridiculous way women are depicted

Californian photographer Tami Bears wanted to use the photos as a way to break down gender stereotypes.

Why Burning Man is the world's most unique festival

Everything you need to know about this strange desert extravaganza.

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.

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