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The Royal Shakespeare Company and the Natural History Museum are among ten venues swapping and re-interpreting weird and wonderful exhibits this summer.
Death in the Potteries, swimwear in Glasgow, Mary Queen of Scots in Edinburgh and the reopening of a £5 million Georgian mansion in Bath. Here are our history picks.
Simon Starling, Gerry Judah, Marcel Karhof and Lori Nix are a few of the artists contributing to a powerful new show contemplating sustainability and human progress.
The Birmingham gallery sends teenage critics on an assignment to nearby Coventry for a show about an unfinished Stanley Kubrick movie.
Vitality, diversity and humour are the aims for curator David Thorp in a British Council touring show which brings the likes of David Shrigley and Martin Creed to West Bromwich.
In an exhibition of pinhole photographs at a central square in Birmingham, acclaimed photographer Tom Hunter takes a journey back into the country's industrial heritage and his own history.
From the Thames and Kew Gardens to Greenland and journeys through the Earth, May is an inspiring month in Science and Nature. Here are a few exhibitions we've spotted.
Ahead of his Museums at Night public sculpture project at the Ironbridge Gorge industrial heritage site on May 18, sculptor Julian Wild talks to Mark Sheerin about his ambitious plans.
Dozens of cultural institutions across the country will help the inaugural Shakespeare Week inspire millions of people when it launches in March 2014.
Who knew about the impact stainless steel had in Walsall? A new show reveals a design dream created by a husband and wife unimpressed with their cleaning nearly a century ago.
Bones in Coventry, pests in London, steel science in Sheffield and rumbles and groans in Manchester in our round-up of some Science and Nature highlights this month.
From dress-like overalls during the 1920s to the nylon jackets of the 1960s and 1970s, a nostalgic exhibition in Walsall collates workwear from local factories.
Ikon Gallery hosts an exhibition by communities in Northfield, Berlin, Bologna and Castellón as part of the Post Marks project.
Works from a leading civic art collection appear with the Warwickshire gallery's permanent collection from Naples.
A vast archive, assembled during 35 years of collecting by the late historian for Aston Martin, will go on display for the first time at the British Motor Industry Heritage Trust.