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New Chair for Creative Scotland

Posted: 13 Feb 2018 04:39 AM PST

Jupiter Artland founder to chair top arts quango

Robert Wilson, the co-founder of Jupiter Artland and chair of Nelsons natural healthcare company, has been appointed chair of the Creative Scotland Board.

He will take over from interim chair Ben Thomson with immediate effect with his first engagement being the board meeting this week on Friday 15 February 2018. The appointment runs for four years until February 2022.

Robert Wilson new chair of Creative Scotland

Ben Thomson took over the chair following the death of the previous and much respected chair Richard Findlay in July 2017.

When Ruth Wishart resigned from the board in January over the Regular Funded Organisations fiasco, she did not criticise Thomson directly.

However Wishart noted that he brought a "different style and temperament to the party" while praising Findlay’s management style and ability to find consensus saying: "He understood the necessity of fostering good relationships with the staff team and of liaising with government, but he also valued independence of mind."

The news of Wilson’s appointment comes as the Herald is reporting that Ben Thomson and Creative Scotland CEO Janet Archer have been asked to give evidence to Scottish Parliament’s Culture Committee at its next meeting on February 22.

accountable to parliament

According to the Herald, committee convenor Joan Mcalpine said: "All MSPs on the committee felt that as creative Scotland is accountable to parliament and a major recipient of public money, recent events require to be scrutinised.



"We are interested in the process of how such decisions are made, what the strategy is, and what needs to change and improve. MSPs previously expressed concern at the regional distribution of RFO money and I imagine that will come again too."

Besides being co-owner of the family firm of Nelsons, the UK's largest natural medicines producer, Robert Wilson has a strong history in involvement with the arts.

He and his wife, the sculptor Nicky Wilson, set up Jupiter Artland in the grounds of their home at Bonnington House, to the west of Edinburgh. He has served as Chair of Edinburgh Art Festival, a Trustee of Little Sparta Trust, a Trustee of the Royal Botanical Gardens Edinburgh, a Trustee of the Dovecot Studios and chair of the Arts Advisery Group at Inverleith House.

Announcing the appointment, Culture Secretary Fiona Hyslop said: "Robert brings a wide range of leadership experience in the commercial, philanthropic and charitable sectors, with particular experience of the arts, including festivals and the visual arts.

leadership

"I welcome the leadership that he will bring to Creative Scotland in taking forward their future strategy and supporting Scotland's vibrant creative sectors."

Janet Archer, welcomed the appointment saying: "I am looking forward to working with him over the next period. Robert has a long history of supporting the arts and creative sectors and a deep knowledge of the visual arts."

Robert Wilson said: "Creativity has the power to touch all aspects of a nation, and the Scottish people have long embraced culture with a passion.

"To be appointed Chair of Creative Scotland is an enormous honour and one I am extremely proud to accept.

"I look forward to working with my fellow colleagues from across all aspects of the sector to celebrate and champion the vibrant cultural scene that belongs to Scotland."

ENDS

Strictly Professionals for Playhouse

Posted: 12 Feb 2018 12:51 PM PST

Edinburgh date for Strictly’s professionals tour

Strictly Come Dancing – The Professionals is to tour in May 2019, including a three performance stopover at the Edinburgh Playhouse.

The professional dancers from the BBC’s hit Saturday night show will be playing a total of 35 performances on the tour which will kick off at The Lowry Theatre in Salford on 3 May 2019.

The tour will then dance its way around the country, twirling to a no-doubt spectacular finish at the Sunderland Empire on 2 June.

It will stop off for three performances at the Edinburgh Playhouse on Friday 10 and Saturday 11 May 2019. There will be two evening performances at 7.30pm and a Saturday matinee at 2.30pm.

Tickets for Strictly Come Dancing – The Professionals will go on sale on Thursday 15 February 2018 at 10am.

The producers promise a glamorous production which will bring together some of Strictly Come Dancing’s much-loved professional dancers as they “take to the stage to dazzle with their dance prowess”.

sequins, sparkle and stunning production

They add: “Audiences will enjoy the incredible talent of these world-class dancers as they perform exquisitely choreographed Ballroom and Latin routines with all the sequins, sparkle and stunning production values we have come to know and love!”



Full casting details are to be announced at a later date.

Listings and links

Strictly Come Dancing – The Professionals
Edinburgh Playhouse, 18 – 22 Greenside Place, EH1 3AA.
Friday 10 – Saturday 11 May 2019
Evenings: 7.30pm; Matinee Sat: 2.30pm.
Tickets and details (from Thurs 15 Feb): www.atgtickets.com.

Strictly Live website: www.strictlycomedancinglive.com.
Facebook: @strictlylive.
Twitter: @SCD_Live_Tour.

Strictly Come Dancing – The Professionals on tour 2019:
Fri 3/Sat 4 May 2019 Salford
The Lowry
0843 208 6000 Book online
Sun 5 May 2018 Bournmouth
International Centre
0844 576 3000 Book online
Tue 7/Wed 8 May 2019 Nottingham
Royal Concert Hall
0115 989 5555 Book online
Thurs 9 May 2019 Llandudno
Cymru
01492 872000 Book online
Fri 10/Sat 11 May 2019 Edinburgh
Playhouse
0844 871 3014 Book online
Sun 12 May 2019 Aberdeen
AECC
01224 824824, Book online
Wed 15 May 2019 Blackpool
Opera House
0844 856 1111 Book online
Thurs 16/Fri 17 May 2019 Birmingham
Symphony Hall
0121 780 3333 Book online
Sat 18 May 2019 London
Eventim Apollo
0844 249 4300 Book online
Sun 19 May 2019 Hull
Venue
01724 290641 Book online
Tue 21 May 2019 Portsmouth
Guildhall
0844 847 2362 Book online
Wed 22/Thurs 23 May 2019 Plymouth
Pavilions
Book online
Fri 24 May 2019 Brighton
Centre
01273 290131. Book online
Sat 25 May 2019 Cardiff
Motorpoint Arena
029 2022 4488 Book online
Tue 28 May 2019 Liverpool
Empire
0844 871 3017 Book online
Weds 29 May 2019 Leeds
First Direct Arena
0844 249 1000 Book online
Thurs 30/Fri 31 May 2019 Sheffield
City Hall
0114 2 789 789 Book online
Sat 1/Sun 2 June 2019 Sunderland
Empire
0844 871 3022 Book online

ENDS