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Fresh plea issued to save former Telford cinema as community venue

10th March 2015

Read more in Shropshire Star
Fresh plea issued to save former Telford cinema as community venue
Published 8 March 2015


The Guardian Theatre Blog: Are local councils the unsung heroes of the arts?

10th March 2015

Councils are caught in an austerity trap. But the enlightened ones have a defiant, nay patriotic, faith in the value of the arts blogs Fin Kennedy (author of the In Battalions study) for The Guardian Theatre Blog, published on 6 March 2015.


Simon Tait: 5 potential London homes for the RSC

10th March 2015

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Simon Tait: 5 potential London homes for the RSC
Published 10 March 2015


Vimeo: Dunoon Burgh Hall closes for refurbishment

10th March 2015

A short film about the last day of the Burgh Hall in Dunoon before it closed for extensive refurbishment with thoughts from some of the people who have worked, volunteered, facilitated and participated in the building’s artistic and community events over the past 5 years.

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The Guardian Theatre Blog: Changed stages - how the nation's theatre reinvented itself

10th March 2015

Despite the funding cuts, we are living through a rich time for theatrical experiment – as witnessed all over the country blogs Lyn Gardner for The Guardian Theatre Blog published on 9 March 2015.


Northampton's Royal and Derngate launches £425k upgrade bid

9th March 2015

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Royal and Derngate launches £425k upgrade bid
Published 9 March 2015


Coventry's historic Albany theatre reaches milestone under volunteers

9th March 2015

Raed more in Coventry Observer
Coventry’s historic Albany theatre reaches milestone under volunteers
Published 9 March 2015


World’s greatest opera houses defend under-fire English National Opera boss John Berry

9th March 2015

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World’s greatest opera houses defend under-fire English National Opera boss John Berry
Published 9 March 2015


Two theatre projects shortlisted for RIBA South East Regional Awards

9th March 2015

Two theatre projects are amongst sixteen buildings which have been shortlisted for RIBA South East Regional Awards, which covers Kent, Surrey and East and West Sussex.These include Foster Wilson Architects’ Caryl Churchill Theatre, Royal Holloway, University of London, Egham, and Haworth Tompkins’ Chichester Festival Theatre.

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Three theatre projects shortlisted for RIBA London Regional Awards

9th March 2015

Three theatre projects are amongst sixty eight buildings to have been shortlisted for RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) London 2015 Awards. These include Allies & Morrison’s Sam Wanamaker Theatre, and two projects by Haworth Tompkins, the National Theatre, as part of the NT Future project, and the Donmar’s Dryden Street facilities.

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