The link between UK culture and government to promote our nationwide arts and creative industries to the world.
The Culture Diary
Promoting UK culture nationwide and internationally
UK cultural organisations upload worldwide public, private, press and industry events and tours to the Culture Diary, connecting them with our partners and government who use the Diary to help promote UK culture overseas.
This could include performances or private exhibition openings for international business leaders and connecting arts organisations with potential sponsors.
Building bigger networks means more touring and exhibiting opportunities, spreading the reach of UK culture globally.
Register to join and add your events to the Diary.
The Culture Diary can also be used by the public as a listings site for finding upcoming events – go to the website and use the events search.
Who uses the Culture Diary?
The Culture Diary is used by:
- cultural organisations, from small independent organisations to major national institutions – art, dance, design, museums, music, theatre, and much more
- press and marketing teams, project managers, senior management and external agencies
- government departments who want a strategic overview of the sector
- members of the public looking for events in their area
All culture organisation registrations are reviewed to keep non-public data on the Diary for members only.
A UK network for culture
Become a member and:
- avoid clashes with other private views, press events, first nights, development events, and more
- find and network with industry colleagues
- create collaborations by telling the sector about your event with blog stories
- enhance the reach of international touring by plugging in to the UK government’s overseas networks
- highlight your UK event for promotion or attendance by Government
- see what your peers are doing