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Bollywood has lost over $30m since the start of this year, according to a survey.
Two members of the team behind the Muppets are embarking on a mission to save Afghan children from landmines by creating an elaborate stage-show to take there.
A new centre for media freedom established in the Afghan capital, Kabul, was officially opened last week, and is now home to nine independent publications.
Singapore has unveiled a giant arts complex with an extravaganza of music, dance and fireworks, designed to reinvent the affluent island state as an Asian cultural capital.
Theaters with spiky twin domes newly built on Singapore's waterfront are gigantic symbols of the city state's push into the arts. The tiny trade-dependent nation, better known for electronics exports, hopes to turn the arts into a money-making industry and harness creativity to reinvent itself.
The Singapore National Arts Council (NAC) has recently conducted an analysis of venue usage within the Singapore performing arts scene aimed at determining which venues are favoured by organisers, and the depth of venues available.