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Two years after construction work began, archivists have been given the keys to an impressive new community resource in Sussex. Duncan Andrews takes a look.
As part of the worldwide Britten 100 celebrations, the British Library reveals Britten's greatest inspirations and most famous works through a rare array of media.
The major new exhibition at the British Library offers some compelling insights into how the power of text and images can be used to create social change, says Emily Beeson.
Ruth Hazard joins five lucky Museums at Night competition winners who visited the fabled Faber Archive in Bloomsbury for literary tales, readings and rare manuscripts.
Revisit the adventures of the Famous Five, the Secret Seven and lose yourself in the fantastical world of The Magic Faraway Tree at this family-friendly exhibition.
Taken from Anglo-Spanish historical resources, Cambridge University Library's new show features bandits, murderers, inmates and a gossip-hungry public.
Experts say the man behind the 12th century History of the Kings of Britain, Geoffrey of Monmouth, wrote the famous book in the former chapel where he was a canon.
Shakespeare's First Folio from 1623 - containing Macbeth, Julius Caesar and more - has been made freely available to leaf through online for the first time.
Using a hand-crafted wooden book and their mobile phone, visitors to Bristol's Watershed will be able to follow stories through the city streets in a new literary adventure.
Dozens of cultural institutions across the country will help the inaugural Shakespeare Week inspire millions of people when it launches in March 2014.
Coinciding with the printed re-emergence of the revolver-holding, cigarette-smoking early female detective Mrs Paschal, the library looks at a litany of crimes and capers.
Find out about aliens, cholera and sword-swallowing in London, or try Cambridge Science Festival, Space-craft in Glasgow and two exhibitions celebrating female pioneers.
From Copernicus to the Mars Curiosity rover, the Royal Observatory is about to launch a season pondering the hot topic of our intergalactic solitude.
Casting their eye over an online display of more than 800 ancient layouts from across the centuries, online volunteers are being given the chance to help update the British Library's collection of......
After an inspirational visit to Brontë country in 2012, Patti Smith is heading back to Yorkshire and the Brontë Parsonage Museum for a fundraising gig.