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Arts Business News - A new mystery thriller set in the 1920s links the murder of a famous artist to a number of locations in Newcastle and Northumberland. The fifth book of the popular Poppy Denby Investigates series, The Art Fiasco, sees the investigative journalist and amateur detective returning home to Newcastle for a holiday from her London job only to stumble upon a murder in the city s Laing Art Gallery. Corbridge born author Fiona Veitch Smith is no stranger to crime writing.


A Gallery for Murder for Poppy

Arts Business News - Coventry s Creative Quarter is set to continue its much-needed work to support independent businesses following a boost from the Government s Cultural Recovery Fund. FarGo Village has been awarded 150,000 from Arts Council England and the Department for Culture, Media amp Sport.


Help to survive Covid-19 for Coventrys Creative Quarter

Arts Business News - An iconic Coventry landmark is set to be transformed into a winter wonderland for the first time, creating one of the most spectacular festive ice-skating rinks in the UK.


Coventry Cathedral Ruins to be transformed into magical ice rink

Arts Business News - The Killing of Tracey Titmass is the writer s third novel and it will be officially launched during a virtual event on October 29 to coincide with Breast Cancer Awareness Month which runs throughout October.


Wirral author publishes new book to support breast cancer patients

Arts Business News - Chorlton artists have created a virtual town to put on the much-loved arts festival this weekend. Residents will be able to walk along the high street and enjoy the work of more than 20 local artists from home as part of Chorlton Arts Festival.


The show must go on Chorlton Arts Festival goes virtual to stage popular event

Arts Business News - A new exhibition has been launched at a Coventry art gallery as it builds towards UK City of Culture 2021. Thirteen Ways of Looking has been unveiled at The Herbert Art Gallery amp Museum, bringing together 13 artists and curators to create a magical experience for visitors.


Magical exhibition launches at The Herbert as it builds towards City of Culture

Arts Business News - Coventry City of Culture Trust has launched a search for 15 apprentices to join the team to deliver a joyful, celebratory and impactful City of Culture year.


Coventry City of Culture launch search for 15 apprentices

Arts Business News - The show, by Tom Rolfe Productions, will be taking to the stage from 19th December to 22nd December. Bookings can be made over the phone from 10am on Friday 25th September on 01642 792587. Tickets are on special offer until 4th October at 11.50 each and will be 15 thereafter. Online bookings can be made from 12th October.


The show will go on at Yarms Princess Alexandra Auditorium

Arts Business News - As universities across Leeds prepare to welcome thousands of students, Covid-19 looks set to impact both lectures and lifestyle on campuses across the nation. Despite the changing picture, more than 60,000 students will be planning to relocate to halls of residence and house-shares across Leeds.


A night in becomes the new night out for Leeds students








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Arts Business News - An iconic Coventry landmark is set to be transformed into a winter wonderland for the first time, creating one of the most spectacular festive ice-skating rinks in the UK. The magical new ice rink will see people in Coventry come together safely and have some winter fun when Coventry Glides is launched at the Coventry Cathedral Ruins from 27 November to 3 January.


Coventry Cathedral Ruins to be transformed into magical ice rink

Arts Business News - Coventry s Creative Quarter is set to continue its much-needed work to support independent businesses following a boost from the Government s Cultural Recovery Fund. FarGo Village has been awarded 150,000 from Arts Council England and the Department for Culture, Media amp Sport.


Help to survive Covid-19 for Coventrys Creative Quarter

Arts Business News - A new mystery thriller set in the 1920s links the murder of a famous artist to a number of locations in Newcastle and Northumberland.


A Gallery for Murder for Poppy

Arts Business News - The Killing of Tracey Titmass is the writer s third novel and it will be officially launched during a virtual event on October 29 to coincide with Breast Cancer Awareness Month which runs throughout October.


Wirral author publishes new book to support breast cancer patients

Arts Business News - A new exhibition has been launched at a Coventry art gallery as it builds towards UK City of Culture 2021. Thirteen Ways of Looking has been unveiled at The Herbert Art Gallery amp Museum, bringing together 13 artists and curators to create a magical experience for visitors.


Magical exhibition launches at The Herbert as it builds towards City of Culture

Arts Business News - Chorlton artists have created a virtual town to put on the much-loved arts festival this weekend. Residents will be able to walk along the high street and enjoy the work of more than 20 local artists from home as part of Chorlton Arts Festival.


The show must go on Chorlton Arts Festival goes virtual to stage popular event

Arts Business News - The show, by Tom Rolfe Productions, will be taking to the stage from 19th December to 22nd December. Bookings can be made over the phone from 10am on Friday 25th September on 01642 792587. Tickets are on special offer until 4th October at 11.50 each and will be 15 thereafter. Online bookings can be made from 12th October.


The show will go on at Yarms Princess Alexandra Auditorium

Arts Business News - Coventry City of Culture Trust has launched a search for 15 apprentices to join the team to deliver a joyful, celebratory and impactful City of Culture year.


Coventry City of Culture launch search for 15 apprentices

Arts Business News - As universities across Leeds prepare to welcome thousands of students, Covid-19 looks set to impact both lectures and lifestyle on campuses across the nation. Despite the changing picture, more than 60,000 students will be planning to relocate to halls of residence and house-shares across Leeds.


A night in becomes the new night out for Leeds students