Culture

Matt Damon in New Film 'The Great Wall'

To celebrate the launch of Matt Damon’s new highly anticipated film, The Great Wall, director Zhang Yimou explains the fascinating dynamics behind the camera

Costa announces the Category Winners for The 2016 Costa Book Awards

The Costa Book Awards is the only major UK book prize that is open solely to authors resident in the UK and Ireland

Katie Melua: ‘O Holy Night’ video released

Katie Melua releases the video to ‘O Holy Night’, the closing song from her new album ‘In Winter’

DONNIE DARKO 15th Anniversary 4K Restoration

Will screen at the BFI from 16th December and in cinemas nationwide from 23rd December

The Chemical Brothers: C-h-e-m-i-c-a-l

The Chemical Brothers release C-h-e-m-i-c-a-l

Paul Nash Exhibition

This autumn Tate Britain will present Paul Nash, the largest exhibition of the artist’s work for a generation

Arts Alliance Acquires 'Revolution – New Art for a New World'

'Revolution – New Art for a New World' – a Margy Kinmonth Film

Alicia Keys Arrives HERE on November 4th

Fifteen-time Grammy®-winner to release highly-anticipated sixth studio album HERE

6.7 Million Embrace Golden Opera-tunity

13 per cent of Brits have experienced the joy of opera in the past two years

Swizz Beatz Presents No Commission: Art Performs in The Bronx

Swizz Beatz, with the help of a few friends, launches No Commission: Art Peforms in his birthplace, The Bronx.

Painting with Light: Art and Photography from the Pre-Raphaelites to the Modern Age

Tate Britain uncovers the dynamic dialogue between British painters and photographers; from the birth of the modern medium to the blossoming of art photography.

Historic Expenses Claim of Captain Cook Discovered in Plymouth

Maritime historians and naval archivists have discovered the world’s oldest expenses claim, submitted by Captain James Cook in 1771.