The Theatres Trust

New 550 seat theatre proposed as part of Oldham's Cultural Quarter

21st April 2017

Application: PA/339957/17 and LB/339956/17

The Theatres Trust supported the above planning and listed building applications for the construction of a new replacement theatre building (sui generis) with ancillary bar and office uses, and public realm works adjacent to the Grade II Listed former Oldham Library Building.

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Extensions proposed for Woolwich's Granada

21st April 2017

Application: 16/1625/L and 16/1624/F

The Trust objected to the above planning and listed building applications for extensions to Woolwich’s former Granada Theatre, and conversion of the fly tower to office and support spaces.

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Redevelopment of Warwick Arts Centre

20th April 2017

Application: FUL/2017/0530

The Theatres Trust supported the above planning application for the partial redevelopment of the Warwick Arts Centre, including the reconstruction of the Mead Gallery, cinema, bookshop and atrium, creation of a new entrance, and refurbishment of the theatre and studio to ensure it is fit for purpose into the future.

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The Globe in Stockton-on-Tees to be restored

20th April 2017

Application: 17/0755/LBC and 17/0754/COU

The Theatres Trust supported the above planning and listed building applications for the restoration and refurbishment of the Grade II listed The Globe in Stockton-on-Tees for use as a multi-purpose live entertainment venue.

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Audience gets closer to the action in new London theatre

19th April 2017

The modular auditorium of London’s first large, commercial and custom-built theatre since 1973 will mean the audience gets even closer to the action – read the full story at: iNews

Audience gets closer to the action in new London theatre

Published 19 April 2017


We're pleased to welcome new Corporate Supporter Allies & Morrison

18th April 2017

We’re pleased to welcome Allies & Morrison as a new Corporate Supporter.

By becoming a Corporate Supporter they have demonstrated their commitment to promoting and protecting theatres for generations to come.

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Spring TM for Friends and Corporate Supporters out now

18th April 2017

The Spring 2017 edition of TM has been published and is on its way to our Friends and Corporate Supporters. Here’s a sneak peek.

Spring TM 2017 front cover artwork

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Plans unveiled to turn Savoy Cinema into Hackney Arts Centre

18th April 2017

Plans have been announced to transform a “long-forgotten” art deco, Savoy Cinema in London into the new Hackney Arts Centre. If the plans go ahead, the building, which has been locked up for the past 30 years, will be restored to its former glory – read the full story at: The Stage

Plans unveiled to turn Savoy Cinema into Hackney Arts Centre

Published 18 April 2017


Birthday surprise for Spilsby theatre

15th April 2017

An exact age has been revealed for Spilsby Theatre – and in an extraordinary twist of fate the ‘birthday’ was discovered on the building’s 190th birthday and as a result of a birthday party held at the venue the previous evening – read the full story at: Skegness Standard

Birthday surprise for Spilsby theatre

Published 15 April 2017


Open-air ‘coal mine’ theatre in Kent’s Betteshanger Park to open in 2018

13th April 2017

A new 3,000 seat open-air theatre and cinema is being built at a former coal mine, Betteshanger Country Park near Deal. It forms part of a £40 million sustainable parks project that will also include an £8 million visitors centre and two tepee event spaces. – read the full story at: The Stage

Open-air ‘coal mine’ theatre in Kent’s Betteshanger Park to open in 2018

Published 13 April 2017


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