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The move, long rumoured, has finally been announced as part of plans to raise student numbers

Take the plunge: Paul Zivkovich and Kate Jackson in ‘The Drowned Man: A Hollywood Fable’

Why theatre's alternative space invaders need to leave their comfort zone

Plus: Nostalgia at the V&A needs a personal playlist and Rh-app-sody for the iPad

Massive Attack's Martina Topley-Bird

Music review: Massive Attack v Adam Curtis for the Manchester International Festival was sadly a relentless barrage of gloom

For anyone who spent time in the early 1990s sitting around after raves talking about conspiracy theories, this much-anticipated collaboration between two of Britain’s leading artistic radicals will prove a spirit-crushingly familiar experience.

Sir Kenneth Branagh plays Macbeth in a new production at MIF this July

Heads Up: Manchester International Festival

Is this the country's new cultural capital I see before me?

Obaro Ejimiwe otherwise know as Ghostpoet

Music review: Ghostpoet, Village Underground, Shoreditch

With Mercury-nominated 2011 debut Peanut Blues & Melancholy Jam, Ghostpoet rewired something very British into his own bleak, bruised sound.

Tory leader vows to crack down on 'benefits tourism'

European migrants could have their access to the welfare state limited, David Cameron said yesterday as he sought to appease eurosceptics in his own party and the increasing numbers of voters won over by Ukip's anti-EU rhetoric.

Massive Attack release 'mixtape' of recordings with Terry Callier

The band pay tribute to the recently deceased singer-songwriter described as 'largely overlooked' in his lifetime despite his unique talent

'Ordinary Joe' singer Terry Callier dies aged 67

Groove legend Terry Callier has died aged 67.

Elizabeth Fraser, Royal Festival Hall, London

Shielded by a music stand and refusing to speak for most of her set, Elizabeth Fraser could have been Antony Hegarty’s shy aunt, sharing his diffident onstage manner.

Jessica Ennis wins Gold for the women's heptathlon event on day eight of the Olympics

How will Jessica Ennis celebrate? By eating lots of rubbish food and having a few glasses of wine...

She may have had only two hours' sleep after putting her body through the two days of heroic exertions that will define the London Games but for Jessica Ennis today the afterglow of Super Saturday was still burning strongly as she told of her relief at victory - and desire for some “rubbish food”.

Album: Delilah From the Roots Up (Atlantic)

Best known for her work with Chase & Status, Delilah's impressive solo debut displays a versatile, inventive attitude that sets her apart from more routine R&B divas.

Shape shifter: Robert Plant performing in Nashville

A whole lotta talent

Robert Plant is back to his bluesy roots – and happy to put his rock god days behind him. By Tim Cumming

Elisa Bray: Where's soul, reggae, rap, jazz, R'n'B, hip-hop and trip-hop on the Music is GREAT compilation?

If the team behind the Music is GREAT compilation were looking for live moments that captured the pop zeitgeist, there could be no better moment than Dizzee Rascal performing Bonkers at Glastonbury 2010.

Emeli Sandé, O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire, London

After spending many years in the background, writing the lyrics for artists as diverse as Tinie Tempah and Cheryl Cole, tonight, on the final date of her UK tour, Emeli Sandé is basking in the limelight.

One of the most senior figures in City regulation will meet protesters from the St Paul's Cathedral camp today

FSA chief to meet with occupy protesters

One of the most senior figures in City regulation will meet protesters from the St Paul's Cathedral camp today as part of a Church of England initiative on finance and ethics.

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