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Theatres Trust hosts community theatres seminar at PLASA Focus Leeds

13th March 2014

The Theatres Trust will once again be exhibiting at PLASA Focus, taking place Tuesday 29 April – Wednesday 30 April, at the Royal Armouries, Leeds, as well as participating in its Professional Development Programme.

Mhora Samuel, Director of The Theatres Trust will be hosting ‘Championing Community Theatres’ at 10.15am on Tuesday 29th in the Bury Theatre, Leeds Armouries.

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Event: PLASA Focus Leeds 29 - 30 April 14

13th March 2014

Following the Trust’s Conference 14: Community Theatres at Leeds City Varieties, The Theatres Trust will be exhibiting at PLASA Focus: Leeds 2014, the essential event for entertainment technology in the North of England, taking place at the Royal Armouries, on Tuesday 29 and Wednesday 30 April. Visit the Trust on Stand R-E04.

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500 student homes to be created in £35m project in Liverpool

13th March 2014

Read more at Liverpool Echo
500 student homes to be created in £35m project in Liverpool
Published: 13th March 2014


A story of survival: Theatre Royal Nottingham

12th March 2014

Read more at Arts Professional
A story of survival: Theatre Royal Nottingham
Published: 12th March 2014


New exhibition puts a new focus on Aberdeen theatre's inner mysteries

12th March 2014

Thousands of people pass through the doors of Aberdeen’s historic His Majesty’s Theatre every week, but artist Jasmin Sutherland is about to give everyone a totally different take on the iconic building. For her new exhibition in HMT’s Dress Circle Bar, Between Every Act, is a set of photographs that use the interior spaces of the theatre as sets – beautiful, quirky and dramatic in their own right but also in relation to the figure placed within them.

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The birth of theatres from Liverpool to Fulham

11th March 2014

Read more at The Stage
The birth of theatres from Liverpool to Fulham”:http://www.thestage.co.uk/columns/shenton/2014/03/birth-theatres-liverpool-fulham/ Published: 11th March 2014


Circus Space will be changing its name to the National Centre for Circus Arts

11th March 2014

From 11 March 2014 Circus Space will be changing its name to the National Centre for Circus Arts. This year also marks an important milestone as they celebrate their 25th anniversary. As the National Centre for Circus Arts they are taking a leading role in supporting the wider circus sector in the UK, creating opportunities for circus to be seen and for people to participate in training at all levels.

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Griff Rhys Jones to speak at Localism Alliance in Bristol

11th March 2014

TV personality, campaigner and President of Civic Voice, Griff Rhys Jones, has today been confirmed as the latest speaker for the first ever event of the Localism Alliance on the 29th of March. The Localism Alliance is made up of CAMRA, Civic Voice, National Association of Local Councils, The Theatres Trust and Supporters Direct.

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Whiteladies Picture House: Rival plans unveiled to revamp cinema

11th March 2014

Ambitious plans to redevelop the derelict Whiteladies Picture House cinema are to be unveiled today, rivalling a similar proposal submitted to Bristol City Council last month. The Whiteladies Picture House Ltd, a not-for-profit dedicated to conserving and redeveloping the former ABC cinema on Whiteladies Road, raised £10,000 through a crowdfunding website in less than a month last year to pay for a full feasibility study, including a full structural survey and detailed architectural drawings.

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Aberdeen Performing Arts – boards vacancies

11th March 2014

The Board of Aberdeen Performing Arts is seeking to appoint four new Directors to serve for an initial period of four years from November 2014. They are looking for people with a strong interest or experience in the performing arts who can contribute to the work of the Board from their expertise in business, the arts or the professions.

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