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Universal Declaration of Human Rights inspires musical work, 'Voices'

01 Jul 2020

LONDON - Composer Max Richter's new album "Voices" features narrators reading parts of the 70-year-old Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which he believes can stir hope in a world where we "lurch from crisis to crisis".    | Video

'No Christmas shows' without UK state support, warns ballet boss

24 Jun 2020

LONDON Britain's Christmas ballet season is in jeopardy unless the government steps in to help dance companies ride out the coronavirus crisis, the artistic director of one of the country's top ballet corps said. | Video

Live gigs in Britain are back - but you'll need a car

19 Jun 2020

LONDON There won't be any moshing going on, but entertainment company Live Nation Entertainment are rolling out a series of gigs across the UK where fans can be together to get their fix of live events from the safety of their own designated area.

Global Pride event to unite groups after cancelled parades

17 Jun 2020

LONDON After the cancellation of hundreds of Pride parades due to the COVID-19 pandemic, national Pride networks have set up a new digital Global Pride day on June 27 to unite people all over the world in celebration and support.

The show can't go on - bleak times for London's theater people

11 Jun 2020

LONDON Rehearsals had been going on for months and opening night was just a week away when the coronavirus outbreak forced the theater to close.

'Chernobyl' tops TV award list as BAFTA lines up live show

04 Jun 2020

LONDON The British Academy of Film and Television Arts will celebrate the best of television broadcast in the United Kingdom during 2019 in a live show at the end of July - though with stars and studio audience absent.

TV stars make UK lockdown dramas with help of family, technology

07 May 2020

LONDON While most drama productions around world have stopped shooting during the coronavirus pandemic, a team in Britain headed by Oscar nominee Jeff Pope filmed a series of four short stories for television that are already being aired. | Video

'You Are the Champions': Queen, under lockdown, record health worker anthem

01 May 2020

Rock band Queen and singer Adam Lambert are raising money for health workers fighting COVID-19 with new single "You Are The Champions", an updated version of classic hit "We Are The Champions" recorded on mobile phones under lockdown. | Video

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