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OHMI Music Makers
OHMI Music Makers are pioneering the creation and provision of musical instruments for physically disabled people.
Scotland’s first design museum has capped Dundee’s growing global reputation for artistic innovation and excellence, as well as increasing appeal to tourists from all over the world.
Yorkshire Sculpture Park
Yorkshire Sculpture Park is Britain's first and finest sculpture park and an international centre for modern and contemporary art.
Brightsparks Comedy Asylum
Brightsparks Comedy Asylum is a series of comedy workshops with mental health service users culminating in a series of live performances in clubs, psychiatric units and conferences throughout the East Midlands region. Run by volunteers, it uses comedy as therapy.
European Youth Music Refugee Choir
The European Youth Music Refugee choir runs choirs across England for young refugees and asylum seekers, with practice sessions, performances and residential courses.
Behind the Label
Behind the Label is a creative project for people who have experienced homelessness and low self-esteem to share life experiences which culminates in an alternative theatre performance.
Sage Gateshead transformed the cultural life of the North East and has cemented its position as a vibrant mainstay ever since. It is a music centre deep-rooted in the North, but with an international profile, boasting one of the most striking buildings in the North East.
Imaginarium Arts and Story Centre
The Imaginarium Arts and Story Centre is a magical place offering exploration and play, where children can let their imagination go wild. It is the first of its kind in Northern Ireland.
Bold Tendencies is a non-profit organisation that has transformed the disused rooftop spaces of Peckham’s Multi-Storey Car Park into a thriving public space, commissioning site-specific art and new architecture
Campbeltown Picture House
Campbeltown Picture House is one of Europe's most historic cinemas - and one of the first to be purpose-built in Britain. It was returned to its former glory after a £3.5 million restoration, and reopened in 2017.