The Theatres Trust

Allies and Morrison completes Jacobean Theatre at the Globe

15th January 2014

The 340-seat project marks the last phase in the rebuilding of Shakespeare’s Globe on Bankside. The Jacobean theatre is based on two 17th-century drawings by John Webb and will be lit by candlelight. Allies and Morrison’s £7.5 million Sam Wanamaker Playhouse at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre in London.

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Preservationists campaign to save Vallance Road, Whitechapel and Pavilion Theatre

14th January 2014

Conservationists are putting pressure on Tower Hamlets Council to halt plans to demolish a large terraced building on Vallance Road in Whitechapel. Shortly before the period of the council’s consultation for the plans ends today, The East End Preservation Society submitted a letter to the council to register its “strong objection.”

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Truro businesses continue to support Hall for Cornwall

14th January 2014

Thanks to the continuing support of local businesses, the future is looking bright for the Hall For Cornwall (HFC). A number of companies have renewed their sponsorship, including Watson French, Robinson Reed Layton, Vickery Holman, Truro and Penwith College and the West Briton, with Business Cornwall becoming the most recent member to come on board.

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£35m scheme for historic Brighton Hippodrome unveiled

14th January 2014

Read more at The Argus
£35m scheme for historic Brighton Hippodrome unveiled
Published: 14 January 2014


Brighton Pier Dome seeks permanent approval

14th January 2014

Application: BH2013/03576

Brighton and Hove Council consulted The Theatres Trust on the above planning application to permanently retain the dome shaped structure on Brighton Pier. The Trust supported the application. Read the Trust’s response

To view the planning documents online, please click here and enter the application number, then click search.


Residential development threatens Earl's Court's Finborough Theatre

14th January 2014

Application: PP/13/07255

The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea consulted The Theatres Trust on the above planning application for alterations and conversion of the second and attic levels of the building containing the Finborough Theatre into three residential units. The Trust objects to the application because of the adverse effect this will have on the operation of the Theatre. Read the Trust’s response

To view the planning documents online, please click here and enter the application number, then click search.


Multi-million pound Bournemouth Pavilion cinema and restaurant plans set to be scrapped

13th January 2014

Read more at Bournemouth Echo
Multi-million pound Bournemouth Pavilion cinema and restaurant plans set to be scrapped
Published: 13 January 2014


Shrewsbury's Old Market Hall Cinema celebrates 10th anniversary

13th January 2014

Read more at Shropshire Star
Shrewsbury’s Old Market Hall Cinema celebrates 10th anniversary
Published: 13 January 2014 .


Cameron Mackintosh speaks out on saving theatres

13th January 2014

Read more at Whats on Stage or The Evening Standard
Cameron Mackintosh speaks out on saving theatres
Published: 13 January 2014


Architecture review: Sam Wanamaker Playhouse

12th January 2014

Seventeen years after the completion of Sam Wanamaker’s rebuilt Globe, a painstakingly recreated Jacobean indoor theatre has opened next door, complete with oak frame, ornate roof and 17th-century lighting.

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