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Creating an immersive exhibition in a heritage space

Marlowe Theatre's Associate Designer, Rachel Smith, on immersive design and a sensory experience

Theatre design in a heritage context

Combining theatre design and heritage practice to create Marlowe Kit's immersive exhibition, Kent's Remarkable Writers: Christopher Marlowe, Aphra Behn and Joseph Conrad

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Let’s Create

Arts Council England has launched its ten year strategy for the period 2020-30, Let's Create. The strategy presents...

Fort Burgoyne open day, 29 Feb 2020

Dover's stunning Fort Burgoyne will open its doors to the public for a one day, free event on 29th February 2020,...

New art work commissioned for Fort Burgoyne’s West Wing

Following a thorough commissioning process during which a shortlist of five artists were supported to develop their initial proposals, Emily Peasgood has...

Shortlist announced for new public art commission at Fort Burgoyne

Five international artists have been shortlisted for a new public art commission to situated at the West Wing Battery of Dover’s Fort Burgoyne -...