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Continuing throughout 2014, after its opening last summer, Birmingham’s Chamberlain Square Museum has a gallery dedicated to the remarkable Staffordshire Hoard.
Created by volunteers in 25 countries around the world, the tapestry will depict the experiences of migrant Scots over the centuries.
Featuring 19 original songs, Harry Hill and Steve Brown have finally announced the opening date for their take on the popular music talent show X-Factor.
From the ‘Votes for Women’ campaigns of the early 20th century to the recent Occupy movements, political activists around the world have used posters to mobilise, educate and organise.
This love story set in 1975 is returning to the West End after 15 years away, being one of its most popular shows.
This new, permanent exhibition explores the history of information and communication technologies.
This exciting exhibition delves in to Victorian London, analysing one of the most famous Londoners of all time.
The south Wales city of Swansea, 40 miles from Cardiff, is the birthplace of arguably Wales’ greatest poets, Dylan Thomas.
London Jazz Festival returns in 2014 with a host of world-class artists and emerging stars, packed into back-to-back concerts, workshops, talks, masterclasses and free events across London.
The annual contest is held at The Bridge Inn pub in Santon Bridge, a hamlet of the Lake District.