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On the first anniversary of a fire at a Surrey National Trust house which destroyed a First World War football, re-enactors will embark on a two-day march with an Edwardian-style replica.
As his new End of Empire exhibition opens, the artist talks to Mark Sheerin about the EU Referendum, the First World War and adopting a reconciliatory approach.
Death is eternal in Shakespeare. Take a look at the new Shakespeare's Dead exhibition at the Weston Library in Oxford, with co-curator Professor Emma Smith.
Pallant House gallery has acquired a largely unseen drawing by Edgar Degas, previously owned by Gladys Deacon, Duchess of Marlborough as part of the Acceptance in Lieu scheme.
A trio of exhibitions together with events, readings and a flurry of book publications mark the 125th birthday of Stanley Spencer in 2016/17.
Win a copy of the beautiful monograph of photographs by pioneering photographer Helen Muspratt as featured in the current exhibition at Pallant House Gallery.
The National Poo Museum has opened at Sandown on the Isle of Wight – and its trio of founders plan to take it on tour later in the year.
Ruby McGonigle, of Brighton Museum and Art Gallery, tells us about the "crazy" ten months of planning behind the "spectacular" Fashion Cities Africa exhibition.
It's witchcraft: occult collection of Doreen Valiente, the 'mother of modern witchcraft', to go on public display at Brighton's Preston Manor
A mansion known for hauntings is about to host the first major exhibition of the collection of Doreen Valiente, one of the most important figures in modern witchcraft.
Heritage Eastbourne is re-building part of the UK’s largest Bronze Age trackway for its forthcoming exhibition, Making Tracks: Eastbourne’s Bronze Age Mystery.
Meg Hogg and Geoff Greenwood, two experts at Brighton's famous Royal Pavilion, are leading tours of the tunnels beneath the foundations until the end of March - almost 200 years after John Nash......