The Theatres Trust

Comedy writers join campaign for a plaque in memory of the old Finsbury Park Empire

3rd October 2014

Read more at Islington Tribune
Comedy writers join campaign for a plaque in memory of the old Empire
Published 3 October 2014


Southborough Community Hub plan moves ahead

3rd October 2014

Plans for a multi-million pound community hub for Southborough have moved a giant step closer. The town council has voted to enter into legally-binding agreements with Kent County Council and Tunbridge Wells Borough Council to go ahead with the development which will look to provide a wide variety of facilities for the town. These include a flexible theatre and community space, a new library, offices for the town council and a sports pavilion.

View the Southborough Hub Viability Presentation

Source: Southborough Town Council


Rendlesham Application to be Decided by Secretary of State

3rd October 2014

Read more at Therese Coffey MP
Rendlesham Application to be Decided by Secretary of State
Published 3 October 2014


Elizabethan Rose Playhouse to be revealed

3rd October 2014

Application: 14/AP/3093

Southwark Council consulted the The Theatres Trust on the above planning application for the transformation of the archaeological remains of the Rose Playhouse, a scheduled ancient monument preserved within the basement of the building at 94 Park Street, into a museum, visitors centre and performance space. The Trust supports the application.

Read the Trust’s response

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


New riverside arts venue The Boathouse to launch in Barking tonight

2nd October 2014

Read more at Barking and Dagenham Post
New riverside arts venue The Boathouse to launch in Barking tonight
Published 2 October 2014


Bloomsbury Theatre looks for Bloomsbury Voices

2nd October 2014

Read more at UCL
Bloomsbury Theatre looks for Bloomsbury Voices
Published 2 October 2014


Nominations revealed for UK Theatre Awards’ most welcoming venue

2nd October 2014

Read more at The Stage
Nominations revealed for UK Theatre Awards’ most welcoming venue
Published 2 October 2014


Frank Turner Change.org petition to adopt the Agent of Change principle launched to protect music venues

1st October 2014

Singer/songwriter Frank Turner has launched a Change.org petition urging Culture Secretary Sajid Javid MP to adopt the Agent of Change principle to protect long established music venues across the country under threat of closure due to noise abatement notices. As at the beginning of October the petition has accrued 26,693 supporters. View the Agent of Change petition


Council selects Levitt Bernstein to transform Devonshire Park

1st October 2014

Read more at Eastbourne.gov.uk
Council selects Levitt Bernstein to transform Devonshire Park
Published 29 August 2014.


The Roses Theatre given £150,000 by Tewkesbury Borough Council

1st October 2014

Read more at Gloucestershire Echo
The Roses Theatre given £150,000 by Tewkesbury Borough Council
Published 1 October 2014


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