Arts

Victorious Festival raises more than £155,000 for charity

Organisers of the UK’s ‘biggest metropolitan festival’, Victorious, have raised £155,794.87 for a number of local charities. Victorious Festival (24-26 August 2018), takes place on Southsea Seafront in Portsmouth and aims to boost the local economy as well as supporting numerous good causes and charities around the city and the world. Encouraging community involvement, the closest

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One of a kind: Access at Dreamland

Access visits Dreamland, the venue offering a ‘plug in and play’ experience for festival organisers It’s easy to forget how much festivals borrow from the traditional amusement park model. At the average green field festival you can hardly move for fairground rides, food stalls and arcades. In this context, it’s not surprising that the newly

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Can live save the music industry? John Giddings, Kilimanjaro Live and Virgin Radio to weigh in

Solo managing director John Giddings is set to examine the commercial possibilities of live music at the Event

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Team behind Hull 2017 to continue in business

New culture company has committed to work strategically with partners inside the city and across the UK to cement Hull’s reputation as a centre for culture and creativity

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Arcadia sets sights on Glasto fallow year

Performing arts collective prepares a weekend of immersive spectacle to take place in May next year

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Organiser creates purpose-built Pantodrome

In exclusive interview, Jamie Owen, managing director of NS Pantomimes, explains that the lack of a suitable venue has prompted his company to create a bespoke, pop-up facility for a show in Newcastle this Christmas

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Sally Wilton comments on pop-up cinema

The founder of the Lexi and Nomad comments on what it takes to launch a pop-up cinema across the UK and all year round

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Frieze Week turns London into outdoor arts gallery

The four-day event in Regent’s Park showcases international emerging and established artists presented by 160 galleries from 31 countries

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