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A new exhibition at Creswell Crags, in Nottinghamshire, explores a mysterious amber pebble found at the site by Victorian archaeologists.
Digging beneath Lincoln's famous 11th century castle, archaeologists have discovered a church from "at least 1,000 years ago", as well as a shoe-wearing body buried within a sarcophagus wall dedication.
A coffin found in a village field last month contains skeletal remains and could yield herbs, flowers, oil and clothing, say scientists and archaeologists working in Leicestershire.
An archaeology lover and food extraordinaire is offering chutneys, jams, dressings and relishes, emblazoned with Richard III's boar and handpicked from around Leicestershire.
A Warwickshire archaeology team has started the process of examining a coffin found in a field in the Leicestershire village of Witherley.
Award-winning composer Andrew Williams' new installation at the University of Leicester's arts centre examines sound, space and the challenges facing humanity.
Vancouver artist Geoffrey Farmer assembles a strong cast of comic characterful sculptures in an all singing all dancing Zappa-inspired installation in the East Midlands.
Having been launched with a cave-inspired sound installation in the gothic cathedral, the impressive digital arts festival in Lincoln continues with NASA footage and retro gaming.
The pioneering East Midlands gallery showcase trailblazing Chicano artists, activists and provocateurs from 1970s East LA, Asco. Mark Sheerin takes a look...
The King will return to Northamptonshire, where he was born in Fotheringhay Castle, on the penultimate leg of a limited-stop nationwide tour later this month.
A diary extract at the National Portrait Gallery's Laura Knight exhibition offers a tantalising glimpse inside the artist's fascinating Nuremberg Trials diary.
Christopher Miles is calling on the public to recreate his 1960 work, when hundreds of residents of Lawrence's hometown were extras, as part of a new film planned for 2014.
The artists tell us about the boxing spirit of their work and their good impressions of Scunthorpe and its 20-21 Visual Arts Centre, where they went for Museums at Night 2013.
The world's fastest locomotive, Mallard, has begun a glorious tour on the 75th anniversary of its record-breaking achievement on a Grantham gradient.
A two-day costumed spectacular, Return of the Garrison, will reunite many of the cast of the original Star Wars film at the National Space Centre in Leicester.