Tagged with performing arts

Arts Council: Cultural Capital Kickstart Fund

Arts Council England has announced a new £55 million  fund for existing ACE capital grant holders who can demonstrate that a capital funding shortfall, due to Covid-19 related increased costs, fundraising under performance and/or an extended completion date  –  will have a detrimental impact on: delivery of the intended benefits outlined in their original application … Continue reading

Celebrating Age Wiltshire – Jonny Fluffypunk – Poet and man

Wiltshire Music Centre Celebrating Age’s latest performance, ‘Jonny Fluffypunk – Poet and man’ is now online.  This was recorded live from The Poetry Shed, Stroud on 22 May, 2020.  Prepare to be highly entertained by this wonderful performance poet and good friend of Celebrating Age Wiltshire. Find out more Celebrating Age Wiltshire programme

Wiltshire Creative’s summer starts here

Wiltshire Creative is delighted to be opening a take away café at Salisbury Arts Centre during August, alongside occasional Take Part activities and free events for families. The first event will be an outdoor production of Cloudscapes by Gobbledegook Theatre on Saturday 8 August. The summer café will be open from Tuesday to Friday between … Continue reading

Wiltshire Creative Connect gets online

Have you seen Wiltshire Creative’s Connects programme? While their venues have been closed, this online programme has developed into a wide range of activities, interviews and performances for all ages as well as support for artists in the region. There are now over 30 films, including a collaboration between violinist Harriet Mackenzie and Ballet D’Avignon, … Continue reading

Arts Index 2007-2018

The Arts Index is a snapshot report of the health of England’s arts and culture provision. The Index is a collation of twenty indicators from publicly available sources, measuring a range of indices from investment to audience sizes, West End revenues to attitudes to public funding of the arts. Originally planned for publication in November 2019 … Continue reading