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Robin Hood Theatre in Averham to reopen in April

16th February 2014

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Robin Hood Theatre in Averham to reopen in April
Published: 16 February 2014


Speakers announced for UK Theatre’s Touring Symposium 2014

14th February 2014

The first speakers have been announced for UK Theatre’s Touring Symposium and Bill Kenwright, one of the UK’s most successful theatre producers, will deliver the keynote speech at this annual event, now in its 7th year, sponsored by leading theatre consultancy Charcoalblue.

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Theatre Safety Committee Newsletter

14th February 2014

This contains practical information about the need for venue managers to communicate with visiting producers on safety matters, and also covers the importance of reporting near-misses. Please forward on the newsletter to relevant colleagues in your organisation.

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Exhibition: Crossrail Archaeology Exhibition Portals to the Past 2014

14th February 2014

Exhibition: Portals to the Past An exhibition of recent finds from the Crossrail Archaeology Programme

When: 15 February to 15 March 2014 Sat 10am-5pm Tue Thu 11am-7pm Wed 11am-5.30pm

Where: Crossrail’s Visitor Information Centre Tottenham Court Road 16-18 St Giles High Street WC2H 8LN

Free Admission

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Theatre Royal overhaul 'necessary to secure Bristol Old Vic'

14th February 2014

A major overhaul of the Theatre Royal looks set to get the go-ahead after planning officers decided it was necessary to secure the future of the complex and the celebrated Bristol Old Vic theatre company. The proposal involves demolishing part of the grade I-listed building, which is the oldest continuously operating theatre in England.

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Huge hole left in side of former bank building at site of old Theatre Royal in Chatham under renovation

14th February 2014

Read more at Kent Online
Huge hole left in side of former bank building at site of old Theatre Royal in Chatham under renovation
Published: 14 February 2014


Niall McLaughlin Architects wins college theatre job

13th February 2014

Niall McLaughlin Architects has won a competition to build a new theatre for Worcester College, Oxford. The London-based practice, which was shortlisted for the 2013 Stirling Prize with its Bishop Edward King Chapel just outside the city, saw off Hawkins\Brown, Ian Ritchie and Purcell Architects to land the commission.

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Angry developer blasts U-turn on Conwy Quay restaurant plans

13th February 2014

Read more at Daily Post
Angry developer blasts U-turn on Conwy Quay restaurant plans
Published: 13 February 2014


Meeting on Corby cinema plans

13th February 2014

Read more at Northamptonshire Telegraph
Meeting on Corby cinema plans
Published: 13 February 2014


West Berkshire Council to axe £1.25 million from frontline services

13th February 2014

There will be cuts to theatres, toilets, road safety and services for vulnerable people as West Berkshire Council looks to save £5.63m from its budget in 2014/15. A total of £1.25m will be slashed from frontline services and the council will lose 34 posts which it estimates will save £1m a year going forward. More than £500,000 will be removed from the support for disabled children, supporting people in need of care and services to vulnerable young people budgets.

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