who got what in the birthday honours list

Arts

The prolific author Susan Hill and the renowned choreographer Siobhan Davies have both been made dames.

Hill, the author of The Woman in Black, has won numerous awards for her work, including the Whitbread novel award, and is one of few living authors to have three books on the set book lists for GCSEs and A-levels.

Davies rose to prominence as a founding member of the London Contemporary Dance Theatre and is the artistic director of Siobhan Davies Dance.



a man standing in front of a mirror posing for the camera: Siobhan Davies is the artistic director of her own dance company. Photograph: Linda Nylind/The Guardian


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Siobhan Davies is the artistic director of her own dance company. Photograph: Linda Nylind/The Guardian

Also made a dame is Vikki Heywood, the former chair of the Royal Society for the Arts, who during her 40-year career has overseen the rebuilding of two national theatres.

The abstract expressionist artist Frank Bowling said he was “extremely proud” to be made a knight at the age

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