Queer performance collective Duckie has branched out from its large-scale theatrical events to create three socially engaged arts clubs
Welcome to London, the capital city of England.
The arts and culture are major forces behind London's status as a world-class, vibrant and diverse city.
The region covers the City of London, 12 Inner London boroughs and 20 Outer London boroughs. It is home to some of the world’s best known art and cultural organisations and a huge range of small and independent organisations that work internationally, nationally, regionally and locally to provide great art and culture for everyone
Whale art brings audience to Greenwich
A giant whale, beached on the banks of the River Thames, allowed Greenwich Leisure Limited to engage more people with libraries across the boroughFind out more
London is home to 244 National Portfolio Organisations and two Major Partner Museums and includes one Bridge organisation and four National Youth Music Orchestras. Total investment in these programmes for 2015–18 stands at more than £450 million.
We also invest in artists and art organisations in London through Grants for the Arts, our open access funding programme for art activities.
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Creative leadership, global research programmes and community engagement in East London received a boost on Monday (3 April 2017) as the Arts Council signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Queen Mary University of London (QMUL).
Bringing new audiences to historic buildings
London’s libraries are using more and more innovative ways to engage with and help their communities.