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  • “Be fearless. You are just as entitled as anyone to have the life you want.” The Arts Emergency Manifesto should rouse more than just artists, The Daily Alternative (Jan 05, 2023)

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Sport and sustainability[edit | edit source]

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  • Start a neighbourhood cinema,
  • Street Party, promoting street parties, which are a chance for people to enjoy their street without traffic for a day, and encouraging neighbourliness across the UK
  • Ten steps to running your own Ideas Farm, November 2012, Wellington H2A

News and comment[edit | edit source]


  • How the women’s Euros 2022 beat the sceptics to breathe new life into football, The Daily Alternative (Jul 25, 2022)


UK arts' leading figures join call for green recovery from coronavirus crisis.[1] Jun 22


Royal Shakespeare Company to end BP sponsorship deal.[2] Oct 2

Royal Shakespeare Company threatened with boycott over BP sponsor.[3] Sep 26

Some highlights from the latest manifesto of The Movement for Cultural Democracy, Jan 8[4]


"The mission is to remind people what they have in them already": Common Wealth are making movements from theatre, Sep 3[5]


Arts and culture sector realises 'intrinsic' value of sustainability, Nov 25[6]


Introducing… The Cantignorus Chorus![7]


Idle thoughts[8] ; Idling benches and the Sheffield Riddle Trail[9]

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