March 5 2015 Latest news:
View an amusing and affectionate portrayal of life in the Yorkshire mill town of Hebden Bridge and the surrounding area in the 1970s as captured by documentary photographer and satirist Martin Parr.
The striking creations of fashion designer Alexander McQueen will be delighting visitors to the V&A from March to July this year.
View the colourful glass sculpture works of Maurice Marinot on display at National Museum Cardiff.
As the first major UK exhibition to explore the invention of the printed book, visitors can discover how the invention of mechanical type printing revolutionised book making in Europe and was instrumental in the emergence of the Renaissance and the spread of learning.
Reach for the stars this season along the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, where a series of Dark Skies events will reveal the wonders of the galaxy...
Learn how to use your DSLR or compact system camera to get started in astrophotography, assisted by Jodrell’s Dr Anthony Holloway.
A sea of red and yellow can be seen across Cardiff as the St David’s Day parade takes over the Welsh capital.
A jewellery box of delights awaits with over 40 glistening items on show, including necklaces, bracelets and earrings.
The instantly recognisable designs of Charles Rennie Mackintosh can be found throughout his hometown of Glasgow, but this exhibition will be the first to be devoted to his architecture.
Pay a visit to York’s Guildhall this February to find out who will be crowned this year’s Strongest Viking!
Unwanted items found along the British coast are given a new lease of life within the colourful works of Jo Atherton.
Ancient Egypt has long been the focus of action-packed films and horror movies, but can you separate the fact from the fiction?
This January, the magnificent and eccentric mansion of Two Temple Place will be transformed into a casket for the exquisite treasures of an extraordinary group of Lancashire magnates.
Discover the people who live, work and holiday in Yorkshire as well as one or two quirky local items!
Follow the life and work of William Blake and discover his prowess as a printmaker, painter and poet.
From David Hockney and Tracey Emin to John Constable and JMW Turner, discover the rise of self-portraiture and its impact on Western art.
Combining the talents of two noted photographers of past and present, this exhibition examines the lasting influence of the late Tony Ray-Jones on the development of British photography from the 1970s to the present day.
Discover the work of Peter Yates and how he was influenced by both his peers and his travels across the globe.
Trace the evolution of photography, as both a means of scientific and social record as well as a medium for artistic expression, and take a look at how photographic processes actually work.
Discover the links between Britain and India during the 18th and 19th centuries.
If Father Christmas forgers to bring you a dolls’ house this year, take a trip to this exhibition instead where 12 miniature residences are on display for all to enjoy.
Enjoy a photographic record of life at sea in Cornwall in the 1800s.
Cardiff will once again be turning its festive cheer up to max with its annual Winter Wonderland event.
View an alternative take on traditional ceramics at this exhibition of Paul Scott’s work.
With a range of prints, drawings, silverware, furniture and weapons being highlighted throughout, learn more about the Battle of Waterloo and its aftermath during a visit to Windsor Castle.
Dust off your vocal chords and join in with the choir of St Mary’s and Royal Spa Brass as they perform a range of Christmas carols to get visitors into the festive spirit.