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The Olivier Theatre is to be remodelled for socially distanced performances starting next month. The National Theatre’s largest auditorium will be transformed to stage a season of in-the-round performances with a reduced seating capacity of 500.

The Royal Academy of Arts is to consult staff on making 150 people redundant, a figure that equates to 40% of its workforce.

Banksy’s effort to deter merchandisers from cashing in on his graffiti paintings was dealt a blow Monday when the European Union’s intellectual property office declared the pseudonymous artist’s application to use his famous “Flower Thrower” as a trademark was invalid.

Holding on to the back of a chair, ballet dancer Jessica Burrows stretches and works on her techniques in the living room of her flat in Tai Hang.


Hundreds of volunteers have stripped and posed naked in a north London park -- all in the name of art.

For the first time in its 150-year history, the the Metropolitan Museum of Art has hired a full-time Native American curator.

The deputy general director of "la Caixa" Banking Foundation, Elisa Durán, conductor Gustavo Dudamel, and the founder of Igor Studio and project director Igor Cortadellas, announce Symphony, an immersive virtual reality experience that aims to bring the transcendent beauty of classical music to all audiences.

Boston Symphony Orchestra (BSO) has agreed to a new deal with its musicians. The headline statistic is that the musicians will see their pay cut by 37% for the first year of the contract.