The UK has one of the most diverse and vibrant creative landscapes. Get the big picture with our overview of the creative industries.
The geography of UK creativity - as analysed by Nesta & Creative England
Read how the creative industries can grow over the next five years.
Find out how the creative industries earn almost £10m every hour for the UK.
For overseas organisations of every size, the UK creative sector offers attractive opportunities for investment and partnering. Read five reasons why organisations choose the UK.
Visualize the contribution to the UK's economy and well-being using these infographics.
Read about and join the campaign to grow the UK creative industries.
UK creative industries generate £87.4bn a year to the UK economy. Find out latest available data below.
The Creative Industries Council nominated 10 people for its first Cross-Industry Collaboration Award. The winner, film entrepreneur Andy Serkis, is profiled here along with other nominees.
New official data shows the number of UK creative occupations increased by three times the UK economy average in 2014.
Read about Newcastle's under-the-radar creative success.
An ambitious five-year plan to double the UK's creative exports and grow by 50% the UK's global share of inbound foreign direct investment in creative sectors by 2020.
Read about hit UK films,UK games such as 'Fractured Space' (shown here), ad exports, music sales and other news stories. Image credit: ©Fractured Space/Edgecase.
From technology to games and movie production, the UK has been strikingly successful in attracting overseas investors and trade partners.
Find out more about the potential of Birmingham's creative industries through this special report.
Discover the features that make Bristol and Bath a hub for the creative industries.
Diversity, confidence and pragmatism are characteristics of the creative industries in Manchester and Salford as profiled in this report into the area. Image: MediaCityUK.
Watch this film to see the big plans Scotland has for its burgeoning Creative Industries.