BMW Tate Live: Paulina Olowska

For two weeks this September, a gallery in Tate Modern’s collection displays will be transformed into a ‘domestic interior’ – a theatre setting which functions as an installation, part of a new commission by artist Paulina Olowska.

Maisie Williams: Changing perceptions of the phrase '#LikeAGirl'

Actress Maisie Williams, best known for her role as Arya Stark in Game of Thrones is helping adolescent girls build self-confidence whilst going through puberty.

Hurts reveal video for new single 'Some Kind Of Heaven'

Hurts unveil their stunning video to accompany new single 'Some Kind of Heaven', the first track taken from the forthcoming new album 'Surrender'.

The Hipster Replacements – London's first older people's festival takes over Old Street

• More than 20 free masterclasses run by talented older people aged 70+ held across eight Hoxton venues

• Performances from older group, Claremont Dancers, and 1940s Bella Donna and Swing Patrol

Chuck Norris vs Communism European premiere

Critically acclaimed documentary Chuck Norris vs Communism celebrates its European Premiere at Edinburgh International Film Festival 2015

The 25 cultural experiences everyone should try

For anyone wondering what to do this weekend, the newly launched ‘bucket list’ of the must-see, must-do UK cultural experiences and activities should provide some inspiration.

The EY Exhibition: The World Goes Pop

17 September 2015 – 24 January 2016

Tate Modern, The Eyal Ofer Galleries, Level 3

Will Young '85% Proof' straight in at Number One

Will Young has gone straight into No1 on this weeks Official UK Albums Chart with his brand new album '85% Proof'!!

Cannes Film Festival rejects amputees for not wearing high heels on the red carpet

Following the rejection faced by Ms Richter and others at the Cannes Film Festival, The British Polio Fellowship is calling for the festival to change its policy, after what are clearly discriminatory acts against those with disabilities.

Major Constable loans travel to Suffolk

Major Constable loans travel to Suffolk to join star works by the artist from the Ipswich Collection

Opening on 23 May at Christchurch Mansion’s Wolsey Art Gallery, Ipswich, Constable’s Gardens: 200th Anniversary Exhibition celebrates the bicentenary of two of John Constable’s most personal works:

Thousands Witness The London Symphony Orchestra with Valery Gergiev and Nicola Benedetti in Trafalgar Square

The London Symphony Orchestra, with its Principal Conductor Valery Gergiev and violinist Nicola Benedetti, performed to a capacity crowd of Londoners and visitors of all ages

Full line-up revealed for Seth Troxler's 'Acid Future' at Tobacco Dock

August 8th sees Seth Troxler take over London's Tobacco Dock to pay homage to the UK's acid house history and heritage, inviting artists from all over the world who embody the true spirit of acid house in 2015.