Arts - Projects
Excavating the Reno
Excavating The Reno uses oral history and archaeology to explore the story of a Manchester soul and funk club that became a sanctuary from racism for 50s born mixed heritage people in the 1970s.
The Royal Shakespeare Company
Bringing the complete works of playwright William Shakespeare to as wide an audience as possible is the core mission of the celebrated Royal Shakespeare Company, while also staging works by his contemporaries and today’s writers
The Pump - History of Grime
This Birmingham charity supports the development of young people, especially those experiencing disadvantage and isolation. The History of Grime is one of their music projects being supported by the National Lottery funding
Established in 2011 by Brighton Dome & Brighton Festival, Miss Represented is a collective of artists, support workers and young women based in Brighton, making powerful creative work for personal development and social change.
The Royal Opera House
The glorious home to The Royal Opera and The Royal Ballet has been transformed into a 21st-century venue with the support of National Lottery funding
This dance school in Leicestershire has spent more than 25 years educating young people in the artistic heritage of South Asia and bringing joy to diverse audiences
The iconic home of brewing in Leeds has been transformed into a spectacular centre for contemporary art that champions new talent
The Angel of the North
This iconic 20m tall sculpture by Antony Gormley has welcomed visitors to the north east for more than 20 years and become one of Britain’s most famous public artworks
De La Warr Pavillion
Sitting stylishly on the seafront of Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex, is the distinctive outline of this Modernist venue, designed as an iconic centre for art, culture and recreation.
Wolverhampton Art Gallery
This vibrant gallery in the Midlands is dedicated to preserving old gems for everyone to enjoy, as well as championing modern art movements and inspiring local people to express their inner artist
The Hepworth Wakefield
A world-class gallery to house Wakefield’s important collection of contemporary art and celebrate the legacy of pioneering sculptor Barbara Hepworth, who was born in the city
14/48: The World’s Quickest Theatre Festival
The British branch of this energetic international speed theatre festival has used National Lottery funding to turn young people into playwrights – and see their work performed to a live audience