Nick Clark is the arts correspondent of The Independent. He joined the newspaper in June 2007, initially reporting on the stock markets. He has covered beats including the City, and technology, media and telecoms and made the switch to arts in December 2011. He has also contributed articles to the sports section.
27 August 2014 07:13 PM
A painting by the acclaimed artist LS Lowry is to go on public display for the first time, but only after it was sent to a conservator to clean off the tomato ketchup stains.
22 August 2014 05:35 PM
Clint was general manager of Chasen’s and became close with the celebrated clientele including the Reagans and Frank Sinatra
22 August 2014 04:12 PM
As Michael Flatley prepares to bid farewell to the West End stage he hopes his new show will usher in a new generation of stars, including a 16-year-old acrobat who won gold for Team GB at last year’s World Games.
21 August 2014 05:02 PM
Physics professor finally finds the exact date and time Claude Monet’s Impression, Soleil Levant was painted
18 August 2014 05:45 PM
Monty Python fans hoping to hear their heroes turn the air blue were not looking on the bright side of life after the comedy legends’ farewell show, complaining that too much of the swearing had been taken out.
18 August 2014 05:42 PM
Developers are to fight the local council’s decision to reject their plans to demolish a 140-year-old London villa and build a “fake Downton Abbey” with the belief that bulldozing the site will likely go ahead next year.
08 August 2014 05:33 PM
A respected West End producer has accused the largest theatre company in the UK of exploiting audiences, charging “ramped up” booking fees and even billing performers for water drunk on stage, in a withering attack on their “Easyjet/Ryanair mentality”.
07 August 2014 06:14 PM
Actors performing in the West End have demanded a pay-rise of up to a tenth more a week after a change in their employment status landed producers with a “National Insurance windfall”.
07 August 2014 05:04 PM
The Edinburgh International Festival this year features a Russian symphony about the triumph of human spirit in times of conflict played by an orchestra headed by a Ukrainian conductor in “solidarity with the tragic situation” unfolding in the former Soviet Bloc country.
05 August 2014 06:03 PM
A high-flying American businesswoman who quit her job after the death of her mother has brought her story to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
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