The Theatres Trust

Arts Council England publishes 'This England' report

28th February 2014

The Arts Council have published This England: How Arts Council England uses its investment to shape a national cultural ecology, responding to recent debate on their geographical spread of investment.

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Breathing life into Aberdeen Tivoli

27th February 2014

A renovation project to revive the previously derelict Tivoli Theatre in Aberdeen is well underway. The theatre development will not be fully completed until September 2015 but shows and exhibitions are still being run from the venue. So far the listed building has been made wind and watertight and is showing six performances a year in its 242 seated auditorium.

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Calls for new £30m venue in Exeter

27th February 2014

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Calls for new £30m venue in Exeter
Published: 27 February 2014


New £20m Community Investment Fund launches

27th February 2014

Social and Sustainable Capital (SASC) are an FCA regulated fund manager and social enterprise providing loans and equity for social enterprises and charities. Today SASC also launched the Community Investment Fund. The fund is owned and managed by our partners Social and Sustainable Capital (SASC). It is part financed by the Social Investment Business Foundation and Big Society Capital and provides loans and equity to community based social enterprises and charities in England.

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Brighton Fringe Festival 2014 expands with more free shows

26th February 2014

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Brighton Fringe Festival 2014 expands with more free shows
Published: 26 February 2014


Judi Dench and Ian McKellen help reopen Robin Hood Theatre

26th February 2014

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Judi Dench and Ian McKellen help reopen Robin Hood Theatre
Published 26 February 2014


Mid-Wales theatre trio loses £57k grant

26th February 2014

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Mid-Wales theatre trio loses £57k grant
Published: 26 February 2014


Event: Theatre Engineering and Architecture Conference 2014

26th February 2014

The Internatioal Theatre Engineering and Architecture Conference 2014 formally opened bookings for the June event this week.

ITEAC 2014: The Future of Performance Spaces – The People, The Places, The Technologies, has recorded its highest pre-registered delegate interest in the Conference’s history and has been inundated with ideas for papers & content from those interested in contributing from around the world.

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Griff Rhys Jones denounces interpretation of national planning system

26th February 2014

Appearing on the Daily Politics Show, Griff Rhys Jones, President of Civic Voice, has spoken out about the ambiguity of the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF). Griff made his comments while appearing on the BBC Daily Politics as part of a debate on the planning system with Conservative, John Howells MP, the author of Open Source Planning.

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Dwellings near theatres raise concerns

26th February 2014

Application: 14/00578/FULL

Westminster City Council consulted The Theatres Trust on the above advertising application to retain consent for a dwelling near the London Coliseum. Read the Trust’s response

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