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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Royal Court Theatre to stage play about hacking collective Anonymous

Two former members of Anonymous are advising on a new play about the “hacktivist” group that targeted corporations' websites and the FBI, which is to be staged at the Royal Court in London later this year.

In 2010, the villagers of Hudswell bought The George and Dragon pub to save it from going bust and installed a library and a shop

Save libraries by putting them in the pub, says the man tasked by Government to save them

Could the saviour of Britain’s libraries be found in the local pub, with books handed out alongside a foaming pint of ale? This is among the proposals floated by the man called in by the Government to review the future of the library service.

The exhibition 'Dennis Hopper, The Lost Album' was shown in Berlin in 2012. Here, Hopper's daughter Marin Hopper poses at the Martin-Gropius-Bau museum ahead of that exhibition's opening

Royal Academy to display Dennis Hopper's 60s photography

Dennis Hopper may be well known to UK audiences as the star of iconic films including Easy Rider and Apocalypse Now, but he wanted to be remembered as a photographer, according to his eldest daughter ahead of a new exhibition of his work.

The Southbank Centre hopes to conduct more than a hundred weddings on the stage of the Royal Festival Hall

Festival of Love: Southbank Centre hopes to conduct 160 weddings in a weekend

Call-out for couples “gay or straight, young or old”

Billie Piper will play an ambitious tabloid editor in Great Britain

Billie Piper to star in hacking trial satire 'Great Britain' at the National Theatre

The former Doctor Who actress will play an ambitious tabloid editor

Well read: Claire Forlani in rehearsal

Claire Forlani: From Hollywood to Kilburn

She starred with Brad Pitt and Sean Connery but this week Claire Forlani will make her debut at the Tricycle theatre
The Warburg Institute is a research institution associated with the University of London

High Court to decide the fate of the Warburg Institute's historic library

The collection was moved from Hamburg to the University of London in 1944 to keep it out of the clutches of the Nazis

Jon Klassen, winner of the Kate Greenaway Medal, and Kevin Brooks, with his Carnegie Medal

Cilip Carnegie Medal winners: Books rejected as ‘too dark’ finally get their happy ending

Two authors have declared that young readers “don’t need happy endings” after winning the UK’s most prestigious children’s book awards with dark works about a boy held hostage and a doomed fish.

Artist John Nash not only painted the ordeals of Britain’s front line troops: he experienced them first-hand

A History of the First World War in 100 Moments: Captured on canvas, the moment when writers and artists went ‘over the top’

Artist John Nash not only painted the ordeals of Britain’s front line troops: he experienced them first-hand

Cottages and the lighthouse in the centre of Southwold, which has been described as ‘Kensington-on-sea’

First Costa, now Waterstones could be final straw for sleepy Southwold

Book chain opens ‘incognito’ store but says it will fit in with Suffolk town’s traditional old-world feel

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His Save Ulster from Sodomy campaign would surely have been supported by many a Sunni imam
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