Saturday, 11 July 2020
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Vienna News

Viennale film festival.

Around 300 documentary, feature-length and short films from around the world are on offer during the Viennale (17-29 Oct) at half a dozen venues across the city. First held in 1960, Austria’s...
London News

Shakespeare’s ‘first theatre’ uncovered.

Excavation works carried out by the Museum of London in Shoreditch have uncovered what appear to be the remains of the theatre where William Shakespeare’s plays were first performed. An open-air...
Oxford News

New talent sought for Oxford gallery.

A newly inaugurated art gallery in Iffley Road is appealing for up-and-coming local talent to take part in future exhibitions. East Oxford artist James Pudey and designer Ann Kathrin Zieger from Berli...
Jersey News

Praise for Jersey architecture.

Jersey has been praised by a top international architect for its mix of old and new buildings. Sunand Prasad, president of the Royal Institute of British Architects, congratulated the island
Dublin News

New literary festival for Dublin.

Trinity College Dublin is to host the first edition of the Sunday Independent
Vienna News

Vienna hosts world stamp collectors fair.

The Austria Centre in Vienna is to host a major international stamp collectors fair, with 430 exhibitors from around the world, 24 philatelic work groups, 88 stamp dealers and 40 international postal...
Barcelona News

Barcelona to remove Franco-era plaques.

A campaign to remove plaques featuring symbols of the Franco era from city buildings has been initiated by the Barcelona city council. Around 10,000 letters and leaflets explaining the steps involved...
London News

London mayor launches Mela event.

Mayor of London Boris Johnson has launched the sixth edition of the Asian community
Dublin News

Giant Gormley statue for Liffey Quay.

A 46 m-high black steel lattice statue by Turner Prize-winning artist Anthony Gormley is to be erected on the River Liffey at City Quay. Planning permission for the proposed sculpture of a human has b...
Copenhagen News

Copenhagen library clear-out.

More than 200,000 books, magazines and periodicals are to be sold, given away or thrown out by Copenhagen
Berlin News

UNESCO heritage sites in Berlin.

Six ground-breaking Berlin housing projects dating from the early 1900s have been added to UNESCO
Vienna News

Renovated theatre hosts Vienna premiere of

The newly renovated Ronacher theatre in Vienna
Copenhagen News

State-of-the-art archive for Danish films.

A Dkk40 million bunker built to house early Danish and European films made of inflammable nitrate material has been inaugurated by the minister of culture Brian Mikkelsen. Situated just north of Copen...
Berlin News

Temporary exhibition space for Berlin artists.

Construction work has started on the
Jersey News

Music academy for Jersey.

A house in the Jersey parish of St Saviour is being converted into the island
Paris News

Paris catacombs reopen.

The historic catacombs in Avenue du Colonel Henri Rol-Tanguy are once again open to the public following a three-month restoration project costing over
Barcelona News

Barcelona launches culture portal.

Barcelona has a new online arts and culture portal, Canal Cultura, offering daily updates on the Catalan capital


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