The Theatres Trust

Park Theatre joins creative apprenticeship scheme

25th July 2014

Read more at The Stage
Park Theatre joins creative apprenticeship scheme
Published 25 July 2014


Cinema broadcasts of live theatre generated £7.2 million in 2013

25th July 2014

Read more at The Stage
Cinema broadcasts of live theatre generated £7.2 million in 2013
Published 25 July 2014


‘Arts Council of Ireland must overhaul investment strategy’ – report

25th July 2014

Read more at The Stage
‘Arts Council of Ireland must overhaul investment strategy’ – report
Published 25 July 2014


'Save the Coronet' petition goes online as venue faces closure

25th July 2014

Read more at Gigwise
‘Save the Coronet’ petition goes online as venue faces closure
Published 25 July 2014


Felixstowe: Spa Pavilion revival moves a step closer

25th July 2014

Read more at Ipswich Star
Felixstowe: Spa Pavilion revival moves a step closer
Published 25 July


Rocking out for the grand reopening of Leith Theatre

25th July 2014

Read more at STV Edinburgh
Rocking out for the grand reopening of Leith Theatre
Published 25 July 2014


Hornchurch’s Queen’s Theatre rehearsal room gets makeover

25th July 2014

Read more at The Docklands & East London Advertiser
Hornchurch’s Queen’s Theatre rehearsal room gets makeover
Published 25 July 2014


Fighting fund set up to save Brighton's Hippodrome Theatre

25th July 2014

Read more at The Argus
Fighting fund set up to save Brighton’s Hippodrome Theatre
Published 25 July 2014


Cirencester's New Brewery Arts Centre to benefit from town centre redevelopment

24th July 2014

Application: 14/01529/FUL

Cotswold District Council consulted The Theatres Trust on the above application for a mixed use development comprising a four screen cinema, student accommodation, restaurants and cafes, shops and public realm works adjacent to the New Brewery Arts Centre in Cirencester. The Trust did not object to the application.

Read the Trust’s response

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


HOME Manchester receives grant of £150,000 from The Granada Foundation

24th July 2014

The Granada Foundation today, 24 July, announced a £150,000 grant to HOME, Manchester’s new £25m purpose-built centre for visual art, theatre and film. The award, the largest ever made by the charitable foundation, will go towards the capital funding of HOME, ensuring state of the art facilities when it opens in spring 2015.

For full press-release see HOME Manchester
Published 24 July 2014


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