The Theatres Trust

Foster Wilson Architects completes Hoxton Hall restoration

9th May 2015

Read more in BD Online
Foster Wilson Architects completes Hoxton Hall restoration
Published 27 April 2015


AJ: National Theatre by Haworth Tompkins

9th May 2015

Jay Merrick discovers that Haworth Tompkins’ remodelled National Theatre hasn’t lost any of its magic for the Architects Journal
Published 8 May 2015


Arts council: ‘Conservatives understand the value of arts’

9th May 2015

Rea more at The Stage
Arts council: ‘Conservatives understand the value of arts’
Published 9 May 2015


What’s next for The National Theatre and The Old Vic?

9th May 2015

Read more at The Stage
What’s next for The National Theatre and The Old Vic?
Published 9 May 2015


Villa Gaiety complex could be outsourced

8th May 2015

Read more at IOM Today
Villa Gaiety complex could be outsourced
Published 8 May 2015


Theatre Royal Stratford East gets a £213,000 facelift

8th May 2015

The Theatres Trust was mentioned in an article published by the East London Guardian in relation to a £5,000 grant awarded by the Theatres Protection Fund Small Grants Scheme to the Theatre Royal Stratford East towards the repair of its safety curtain.
Theatre Royal Stratford East gets a £213,000 facelift
Published 8 May 2015


Welsh Historic Environment Bill introduced

8th May 2015

The Deputy Minister for Culture, Sport and Tourism, Ken Skates AM, introduced the Welsh Government’s ‘Heritage Bill’ to the National Assembly for Wales on 1st May 2015. The Historic Environment (Wales) Bill, drafted in consultation with the Welsh historic environment sector, has the overarching aim of improving the protection and sustainable management of Wales’ historic environment.

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What does a Tory majority mean for the arts?

8th May 2015

Read more in The Stage
What does a Tory majority mean for the arts?
Published 8 May 2015


Edinburgh Lyceum chief to quit as venue prepares anniversary

7th May 2015

Read more in The Scotsman
Edinburgh Lyceum chief to quit as venue prepares anniversary
Published 7 May 2015


To beam or not to beam? How live broadcasts are changing theatre

6th May 2015

Screenings from the National Theatre and RSC serve a vast nationwide audience – but what is their effect on regional and touring productions? blogs Lyn Gardner for The Guardian


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