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Birmingham Rep to host European culture festival

23rd April 2014

Birmingham Repertory Theatre will be the home of this year’s Be Festival, which celebrates European culture, after the event was forced to relocate from the factory it previously occupied. The festival, which was founded five years ago, used to take place in an empty factory in the Jewellery Quarter of Birmingham. However, since its owners began manufacturing again, the event required a new site for the forthcoming programme of events.

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Greenwich Theatre staff 'delighted' at 12 months council funding

23rd April 2014

Read more at This is Local London
Greenwich Theatre staff ‘delighted’ at 12 months council funding
Published: 23rd April 2014


Youth hostel to be built in Cirencester theatre building

23rd April 2014

Read more at Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard
Youth hostel to be built in Cirencester theatre building
Published: 23rd April 2014


Laurence Olivier statue could be moved from South Bank river walk

23rd April 2014

The National Theatre has applied for permission to relocate the statue of Sir Laurence Olivier from the South Bank riverside walkway to one of the raised terraces of the theatre building.

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Hull Truck theatre gets £400,000 bail-out

23rd April 2014

Read more at BBC News
Hull Truck theatre gets £400,000 bail-out
Published: 23rd April 2014


Blog: What makes a Community Theatre?

22nd April 2014

It’s a very important question as new Community Rights give people more of a say on running their local communities, and engagement by and with those communities is essential if theatres are to remain at the heart of local communities. Increasingly local groups are also becoming providers of theatres and spaces for theatre in their localities, towns and villages.

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Green light for £500,000 Sheffield theatre overhaul grant

22nd April 2014

Read more at The Star
Green light for £500,000 Sheffield theatre overhaul grant
Published: 22nd April 2014


New firm to address council over Bournemouth’s Winter Gardens

22nd April 2014

Read more at Daily Echo
New firm to address council over Bournemouth’s Winter Gardens
Published: 22nd April 2014


Borough Hall redesign to go ahead despite “substantial concerns”

22nd April 2014

Read more at The Stage
Borough Hall redesign to go ahead despite “substantial concerns”
Published: 22nd April 2014


Liverpool Everyman named building of year

22nd April 2014

Six North West buildings won RIBA North West Regional Awards from the Royal Institute of British Architects in recognition of their architectural excellence.

The RIBA North West Regional Award winning buildings are: - Enterprise South Liverpool Academy, Liverpool by BDP - Everyman Theatre, Liverpool by Haworth Tompkins - Liverpool Central Library, Liverpool by Austin-Smith: Lord LLP - Manchester School of Art, Manchester by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios - Number One Riverside, Rochdale by FaulknerBrowns Architects - Trafford Town Hall, Trafford by 5plus Architects

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