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'The Two Noble Kinsmen', published in 1634, is a tragicomedy about love, enmity and madness written by Shakespeare.
Newcomer Madison Reyes sailed through auditions to land plum role in 'Julie And The Phantoms'.
Download this app to take a virtual tour of conceptual artist Sol LeWitt's Connecticut studio.
Many artists are now seeking to promote and sell their works on social networks.
The girl group's company attributed the achievement to "consistent attention and expectations from loyal fans".
'Tiny concert' set to give Ilham Gallery’s photography exhibit a nostalgia-tinged live soundtrack.
Singer Helen Reddy, who became an emblem of feminism with the 1972 smash 'I Am Woman,' died on Sept 29 in Los Angeles.
Royal Academy of Arts in London is planning on selling one of the most famous pieces in its collection to balance its books.
Did you know that famous artworks throughout history have also acted as musical muses to classical composers and modern day songwriters?
“I don't know if you’re aware, but we’re living through a pandemic right now, ” says Joel Robinson with a smile as he introduces his Jack the Ripper tour in London’s East End.