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A £13,000 pistol-concealing pen, presented to the late Maharaja Hanwant Singh of Marwar-Jodhpur by royal family cohort Lord Louis, could go on public show.
Drawing inspiration from a collection of more than 800,000 objects, taxidermy, insects, eggs and skulls add up to a natural history exhibition with a difference.
A brewery building is expected to become a nationally significant visual arts venue and an important community centre in Leeds after winning £225,000 in funding.
Yorkshire's magical Harewood House will reveal a magnificent staircase, a major art display, insights into the life of a French master chef and more this Museums at Night.
Acclaimed installation mathematician Nike Savvas returns to British shores for the first time in more than ten years in a flamboyant exhibition in Leeds.
The Royal Armouries will become the only museum in the world to have a full set of swords from the trilogy when they go on display ahead of the latest Hobbit film.
How did leading sculptors of the day react during a revolutionary year almost a century ago? Twenty-two works, all from 1913, aim to find out in a new show in Leeds.
From Aberdeen and Leeds to Swansea and Stowmarket, here are a few exhibitions to look out for during the course of the month.
We take a look at some of the key Remembrance services and exhibitions, including sound installations and Norwich Castle turning red in support of The Royal British Legion.
A life-size replica of Iron Man will be the first figure to greet visitors to the Royal Armouries this summer, after organisers installed a statue made by a Bradford car body artist at the centre of......
Challenging traditional notions of sculpture forms and materials, the work of the former YBA makes use of everyday items including fruit, tights and a bucket.
A 19th century anti-Dracula kit containing a pistol, rosary beads and a set of stakes joins one of the most powerful rifles ever made as the Royal Armouries adds to its collections.
The Royal Armouries in Leeds is promising a medieval spectacular for the Bank Holiday weekend as knights battle it out to secure victory in the majestic Tournament of the Griffin.
The "touchable" Government display features a series of work which was produced on-site in response to the gallery space's architectural forms and dimensions.
Abandoned houses in Sweden, heavy metal from Birmingham, condensed Titin comics and more as artists from Leeds and Scandinavia combine in a new show.