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Post-Election Arts Funding Round-up

A quick round up of some of the news relating to future arts funding under the new government...

Next Stage of Bristol Old Vic Refurbishment Announced at Public Meeting

At a public meeting held on Tuesday 11th May, and following the recent announcement of a £6.1m grant from Arts Council England, Bristol Old Vic revealed details of the next stage of its multi-million pound redevelopment. The King Street complex is to undergo £19.3m of refurbishment work which will see the Theatre Royal and surrounding buildings transformed into a flexible complex with up to ten performance spaces.

Bristol Old Vic awarded £5.3m for refurbishment by Arts Council

Bristol Old Vic has been awarded £5.3 million by Arts Council England to help fund the long-planned refurbishment of the Theatre Royal.

The Stage: ACE proposes grants for commercial theatre

Arts Council England has unveiled proposals for a new “politician-proof” ten-year plan that would see a radical shake-up of its funding system, including allowing grant applications from the commercial theatre sector for the first time in decades.

Arts Council England publish criteria for regularly funded organisations

Arts Council England have published the criteria it uses to make decisions about which organisations to fund regularly.

The Stage: Tories will tackle DCMS and ACE’s ‘problem’ relationship

Conservative shadow arts minister Ed Vaizey has revealed that if the Tories win the next general election, the relationship between the Department for Culture, Media and Sport and Arts Council England will face a thorough overhaul.

Stage: ACE warns against arts cuts after election

Arts Council England chief executive Alan Davey has warned any future government against cutting public funding for the arts, arguing that not only will it affect the cultural quality of life in the country but will also be economically damaging.

Bristol Do - Commissions Update

Huge thanks to everyone who submitted proposals in response to the Bristol Do call for commissions. We'll be doing our best to keep everyone up to date throughout the process, both in person and via the website.

ACE chief Davey urges Whitehall to maintain spending on arts

Arts Council England chief executive Alan Davey has warned that the current economic climate could see the industry plunged into a “spiral of decline” if the government does not keep up its investment in the culture sector.

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