Nick Clark

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.

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Sean O’Brien throws out the ceremonial first pitch at a baseball game in LA

Dancing Man: 'Shamed' by internet trolls, Sean O'Brien has the last laugh

O'Brien has spent a weekend dancing with celebrities at a party in his honour

Spenfield House in Far Headingley, Leeds, has been highlighted by the Victorian Society for its ‘exceptional interiors’

Campaigners unite in bid to save 'exceptional' Victorian home from being turned into flats

Spenfield House in Leeds was admired by the poet John Betjeman

Twin Peaks stars Joan Chen, Michael Ontkean, Kyle Maclachlan and Piper Laurie

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Angelo Badalamenti, who says he and Lynch are "like brothers", is to score the rebooted cult TV drama 

Diners, including Nick Clark, behind waiter, experiencing the ‘sonic sensation’ dinner

'Sonic Seasoning': Bompas & Parr's audio-gustatory feast shows how we eat with our ears

A dish 'can be made up to 10% sweeter accompanied by the right music'

Soviet cosmonaut Alexei Leonov, the first man to walk in space

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Director Ian Blatchford hopes the new Russian space exhibition ‘will be Science Museum’s Tutankhamun’

The alleged portrait of William Shakespeare was found in the title page of a botanical guide

William Shakespeare: Experts 'deeply unconvinced' by claims that the earliest portrait of the Bard has been discovered

Country Life's editor had called it the “literary discovery of the century”

The RHS has called on the public to turn away from gravel, paving and concrete and brighten up the front of their houses with plants, shrubbery and grass

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Perry opened A House for Essex in the sleepy village of Wrabness

Grayson Perry: Doors open to Turner Prize-winning artist's House for Essex

Grayson Perry’s ‘A House for Essex’ is a conceptual holiday home that he believes exposes the ‘Grand Designs’ generation as being ‘lame’

Oscar-winning British actor Eddie Redmayne went to school at Eton

Only one in 10 actors comes from working-class background, says research

The study backs up claims by stars such as David Morrissey and Judi Dench that the profession is becoming increasingly closed to the less affluent

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Regent Street theatre is back in the picture 120 years after original screening

London theatre where Lumière brothers first presented live film re-opens its doors

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