Stay up-to-date with key news about theatres and the issues that affect them across the UK, including theatres which are currently on our Theatres at Risk register.
Green productions survey
Theatres Trust, ABTT and others are working on a project to make theatre more sustainable and would like colleagues to complete a short survey looking at green interventions for theatre productions.
Memories of Theatres at Risk
Share your stories and photos of theatres on the Theatres at Risk Register.
Tier breakdown for England announced
Many large towns and cities with theatres that were hoping to reopen will be impacted.
Theatres Trust responds to announcement of £100bn for capital investment and £4bn Levelling Up fund, which could both include theatres.
New three-tier system and vaccine news
Theatres Trust responds to the Prime Minister's announcement and what it means for theatres.
Thanks to our fundraisers
From Billy Elliot-inspired stunts to photo books and sponsored walks, Theatres Trust is enormously grateful to the people who have chosen to raise money for us during the current crisis.
Waterside Theatre in Holbury to be demolished
Theatres Trust is extremely disappointed that New Forest District Council’s Planning Committee has approved plans for the demolition of this unique theatre
Additional funding for Wales
Welsh Government announces a further £10.7m for arts organisations and freelancers.
Theatres Trust welcomes greater planning protection for theatres
Communities Secretary Rt Hon Robert Jenrick MP has announced that regulations have been laid that will prevent theatres being demolished without planning permission.
Furlough extended until the end of March 2020
Theatres Trust welcomes the Chancellor's announcement as a lifeline for theatres.
Demolition of Intimate Theatre approved by Enfield Council
Theatres Trust is disappointed that Enfield Council has approved plans for the demolition of the Intimate Theatre, currently on our Theatres at Risk list.
New board members appointed
We are delighted to announce that Annie Hampson, Jane Spiers and Katie Town have joined our board of trustees.