The Theatres Trust

Her Majesty’s Theatre in London recreated out of 57,992 Lego bricks

30th November 2015

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Her Majesty’s Theatre in London recreated out of 57,992 Lego bricks
Published 30 November 2015


Consultation on the Strategy for Culture & Arts 2016-2026

30th November 2015

Northern Ireland’s Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure has launched a new consultation seeking your views on how arts and culture can best promote equality and tackle poverty and social exclusion, making arts and culture available to Everyone.

Consultation opened on 23 November 2015, and the closing date is 12 February 2016 at 17:00.

Find out more


Proposals for Rhyl sea front regeneration, alongside Pavilion Theatre, go on display

30th November 2015

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Proposals for Rhyl sea front regeneration go on display
Published 30 November 2015


Petition: Save Guildford's Electric Theatre - before it's too late!

30th November 2015

A petition has been set up to ask Guildford Borough Council, its leader elect, Cllr Paul Spooner and Cllr Geoff Davis, to reconsider the sale (of the lease) of Guildford Electric Cinema.

Find out more and read the full petition


Bangor's Pontio centre opens its doors to public

29th November 2015

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Bangor’s Pontio centre opens its doors to public
Published 29 November 2015


Public Drop In Sessions Planned to Find Out More About Cultural Centre

27th November 2015

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Public Drop In Sessions Planned to Find Out More About Cultural Centre
Published 13 November 2015


Ramsgate's West Cliff Hall plans unveiled for public consultation

27th November 2015

Read the story at Isle of Thanet Gazette
West Cliff Hall plans unveiled for public consultation
Published 27 November 2015


Bristol's Wardrobe Theatre launches The Old Market Assembly

27th November 2015

The Theatres Trust has been mentioned in Bristol Post.

Bristol’s acclaimed Wardrobe Theatre has partnered with the team behind some of the city’s favourite eateries to create an exciting, diverse and ambitious new venue in one of Bristol’s most colourful neighbourhoods.

Bristol’s newest cultural and artistic venture, The Old Market Assembly, opens its doors on Tuesday, December 1. The premises will house a restaurant, café, bakery, bar, theatre and live music venue.

Co-founder and director Matthew Whittle says: “We wanted to create a venue that would support Bristol’s young theatre makers and artists and give audiences something new and innovative while remaining accessible and affordable to audiences with no theatre show over £5 a ticket.”

“We’ve had small amounts from The Arts Council and The Theatre Trust as well as our own fundraising shows and events. We have also had more than £17,000 from individual public donations, which is great. That’s people giving just £10 or £20 at a time, wanting to show their support for what we’re doing.”

Exciting new venue launches in Bristol
Published 27 November 2015


Spending Review 2015: Good news for the arts needs to be treated with caution

26th November 2015

Read the story at a-n The Artists Information Company
Spending Review 2015: Good news for the arts needs to be treated with caution
Published 26 November 2015


Vote: Do you think the Dudley Hippodrome should be pulled down?

26th November 2015

Read the story at Redditch Advertiser
VOTE: Do you think the Hippodrome should be pulled down?
Published 26 November 2015


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