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.
Theatres Trust comments on decision to approve demolition of Futurist
At a planning meeting today (20/10/17) Scarborough Councillors voted in favour of demolition of the Futurist Theatre, currently on our Theatres at Risk Register.
We hope you enjoyed Conference 17: Theatres & Placemaking
Conference 17: Theatres & Placemaking took place on 17 October at Lyric Hammersmith. Find out more about the day.
Theatres Trust statement on Derby Assembly Rooms
Derby Council carried out a viabiity study to look at the cultural provision in Derby and has begun work on a replacement venue. Theatres Trust recommends a hybrid venue. Find out more.
We're currently recruiting for a National Planning Adviser
We're currently looking for a National Planning Adviser to fulfill the Trust’s role as a statutory consultee in the English, Welsh and Scottish planning systems.
Have you ever wondered... what role theatres play in placemaking?
The exciting programme for Conference 17: Theatres & Placemaking has been finalised, and delegate tickets are still available. Ensure your theatres make the most of the opportunities afforded by placemaking, book your delegate place now.
Theatres Magazine Autumn 2017 published
Theatres Trust Theatres Magazine for Friends and Corporate Supporters has been published, leading on Conference topic of placemaking, here's a peek at what's inside.
Autumn 2017 Building Better Theatres Workshops open for bookings
Autumn 2017 Building Better Theatres Workshops are open for bookings. The workshops provide training to local authorities and theatre organisations. Workshops include 'Planning a Capital Project' and 'Delivering a Capital Project'.
Understanding & working with post-war theatres report published
Between the 50s and the 80s Britain witnessed a boom in theatre building from modest to multi-auditorium. This report explores the opportunities and challenges they present as capital projects, from fabric repair to remodelling.
London Theatres | Guest blog by Michael Coveney
A new book, London Theatres, by theatre critic Michael Coveney and photographer Peter Dazeley, takes theatre lovers on a tour of London’s most iconic theatres. Michael blogs about the wider themes running through the book.
Hear from our Conference 17: Theatres & Placemaking Gold Sponsors
Allies and Morrison and Haworth Tompkins are Gold Sponsors of Conference 17: Theatres & Placemaking. Find out why they are supporters of the conference, and why theatres and placemaking is relevant.
New Conference 17: Theatres & Placemaking contributors announced
We're pleased to announce new Conference 17 contributors including representatives from Futurecity, Aedas Arts Team, Tara Arts, Taunton Dean and West Somerset Council, Foster Wilson Architects, Argent LLP and the Lyric Hammersmith.
New Conference 17: Theatres & Placemaking sponsors announced
We're pleased to announce more sponsors have come on board for Conference 17: Theatres & Placemaking. Organisations come from a range of theatre industry suppliers, bodies, theatres and architects.