The Theatres Trust

Job Vacancy: Finance Officer (P/T)

9th July 2012

The Theatres Trust is seeking an experienced qualified Accountant to join its staff team. As the Finance Officer of this charity and public body which promotes the better protection of theatre buildings you will be responsible for the preparation of financial reports; annual financial accounts, quarterly management accounts, budgets and cash-flow forecasts; project management, claims and monitoring; grants payments; and all day to day financial transactions.

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Retention of render and cream paint to London’s Adelphi

9th July 2012

Listed building application: 12/05500LBC

Westminster City Council has consulted The Theatres Trust on an application for the removal of Conditions 1,2,3 and 4 of Listed Building Consent dated 20 May 2011 (RN: 10/00240) for the retention of black paint to the Stand façade of the Adelphi Theatre.

The Theatres Trust supported the application. Read the Trust’s Response

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


Hulme’s Hippodrome and Playhouse among historic theatres ‘at risk’

9th July 2012

Two of Manchester’s oldest theatres have been named on an ‘at risk’ register by a leading charity. The Theatres Trust says every effort must now be made to save Hulme Hippodrome and Hulme Playhouse. The interiors, dating back to the 1900s, have been described as an ‘opulent riot’ of Roccoco style, the only surviving examples of their kind in the country.

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Curtain rises on St Ives puppet theatre

6th July 2012

A new theatre is opening in west Cornwall in a converted boat shed. The Boat House Theatre opens with a premiere that features old favourites including Red Riding Hood and the Teddy Bears’ Picnic.

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Trust highlights threat to Scottish theatres

6th July 2012

Five theatres in Scotland have been placed on a national list of venues in danger of “being lost”.

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Seven days on stage: It could be curtains for dozens of theatres

6th July 2012

Rebranded London Hippodrome relaunches, but many more historic buildings are at risk – plus Boris Johnson gets on his dancing shoes

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New Ryde Theatre plans mean bright future in the wings

6th July 2012

The historic Ryde Theatre, closed by the Isle of Wight Council two years ago, could be restored and reopened to the public. Since the theatre was put on the market last year, after plans for the Platform One music college to take it on collapsed, the council has received two proposals from interested parties.

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Landmark Doncaster Grand is among 49 on national ‘at risk’ list

6th July 2012

Experts have named the Grand Theatre in Doncaster on a list of 49 venues across the United Kingdom that are at risk of being lost forever.

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‘Last act’ fears for historic theatres in Yorkshire

6th July 2012

The Theatres Trust warned yesterday that the Grade II listed Doncaster Grand Theatre and the Scarborough Futurist theatre could fall into dereliction and be demolished, unless the owners “recognise they are responsible for community assets and work with trusts and local communities to secure their future”.

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Two historic Glasgow theatres officially 'at-risk'

6th July 2012

Two Glasgow theatres have been placed on a UK at-risk register – but two others have been rescued. The Theatres Trust keeps a register of 49 venues across Britain which are at real risk of being lost, including the 1857 Britannia Panopticon on Argyle Street, said to be the world’s oldest surviving music hall, and the 1893 Old Athenaeum on Buchanan Street.

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