Theatres Trust 40
On 22 July 2016 we celebrate turning 40 – 40 years of the Theatres Trust Act which made us a consultee in the planning system, and gave us our remit to protect theatres for everyone!
We promote the better protection of theatre buildings to protect the future of live theatre
We promote the quality and design of existing and new theatres
We protect important historic theatres so that they can be used as theatres in the future
We make sure theatre buildings meet the needs and demands of the theatre industry and audiences
We do all this because we believe that the experience of live theatre in people’s lives contributes to our well-being and leads to a fairer, informed, more generous, and understanding society
With your help we can work to protect theatres for another 40 years – donate today www.justgiving.com/theatrestrust
Read our Guide to using The Theatres Trust Resources and Resource Centre to find out about our Reference Library or have a look at our Library Catalogue (Excel) to discover what information our Library holds.
Find out more about upcoming Events and Workshops the Trust is involved in.
29 July 2016
We are currently recruiting for a Director
14 June 2016
Mhora Samuel to step down as Director after 10 years
24 March 2016
Theatres Trust responds to Cultural White Paper
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View the Theatre Buildings at Risk Register 2015
In 2015, 31 theatres are on the Theatre Buildings at Risk (TBAR) register – 26 in England and 5 in Wales. 4 Theatres have been removed from the register and there are 2 new additions.
Find out more about this year’s Theatre Buildings at Risk
Please help us protect theatres in need and at risk. Become a Friend or Corporate Supporter. Visit our Support Us page to donate through Just Giving.
Your donation goes towards our Theatres at Risk and Advice areas of work so that we can continue to raise the profile of theatres under threat and help them to find a sustainable future.
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Our Corporate Supporters
ABTT, Albany Theatre Trust, Alexandra Park and Palace, Ambassador Theatre Group, Artifax, Arts & Business, Arts Team, Arup, Audio Light Systems, Bay Construct, Belgrade Theatre, Coventry, Bennetts Associates, Bremill, Buro Happold, Charcoalblue, Chauvet, Chichester Festival Theatre, Coronet, Clay Paky, Creative & Cultural Skills,
Cumbernauld Theatre Trust, Darlington Civic Theatre, Doughty, Drama by Design, EM Acoustics, ETC, Event-Tronic Ltd, Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham,
Foster Wilson Architects, GDS, Georgian Theatre Royal,
Gillieron Scott Acoustic Design, Glantre Engineering Ltd,
Grand Theatre, Blackpool,
Hayles and Howe,
Little Theatre Guild,
London Opera Glass Company Limited,
The Maltings Theatre & Cinema,
M. Bradbrook Electrical Services,
Momentum Structural Engineers,
New Mills Art Theatre Ltd,
New Vic, Newcastle-under-Lyme,
Really Useful Group Theatres,
Robe UK Ltd,
Robertson Taylor W&P Longreach,
Royal & Derngate, Northampton,
The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama,
Saint Martin’s and Ambassadors Theatres,
Shanklin Theatre, Isle of Wight,
Society for Theatre Research,
Tessitura Network (UK) Ltd,
Theatre Projects Consultants,
Theatre Royal Bath,
Theatre Royal Newcastle upon Tyne
Theatre Royal and Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham, Theatre Royal Plymouth, Theatre Royal Wakefield, Triple E, University of Huddersfield Drama Department, Unusual Rigging, V&A Theatre and Performance Collection, White Light, Wrightsure Insurance Group