Europe is in a state of “civil war” and is afflicted with a “fascination with the illiberal”, the president of France has said – as he urged member states to pull together and preserve the European Union’s “unique model”. Laying out … [Read more...] about Emmanuel Macron says Europe is in a ‘civil war’ and is ‘fascinated with the illiberal’ in landmark EU speech
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A remarkable re-imagining of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet takes to the stage in Chipping Norton next month. A Tender Thing runs at The Theatre from Thursday May 3 to Saturday May 12 and is presented by the venue’s Home Grown group.Ben Power’s play … [Read more...] about An alternative look at the lives of Romeo and Juliet at Chipping Norton Theatre
PUBLISHED: 13:46 23 January 2018 | UPDATED: 14:45 23 January 2018 Emma Knights Norfolk Museums Service loans art and artefacts around the world. Pictured is NMS registrar Fiona Ford with the painting The Paston Treasure. Picture: ANTONY KELLY Archant Norfolk 2017 From a … [Read more...] about How loaning art and artefacts around the world enriches Norfolk Museums Service’s collections back home
As International Women's Day (IWD) rolls across the globe, individuals in countries everywhere are observing it through marches, protests, music, sports, strikes, at both local and national levels. While some of these events celebrate the achievements women make in the … [Read more...] about International Women’s Day highlights – Women of the world, unite!
Mayors, residents and environmentalists cheered for monuments around the world at the end of June when the UNESCO World Heritage Committee met in St. Petersburg to decide which new sites should be included on the World Heritage List. Twenty-six sites received the honor - … [Read more...] about World Heritage: a universal list