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Wellingborough Castle Theatre operator put on six months’ notice

30th March 2016

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Wellingborough Castle Theatre operator put on six months’ notice
Published 30 March 2016


5 Practices Compete to Design Bournemouth Cultural Center

30th March 2016

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5 Practices Compete to Design Bournemouth Cultural Center
Published 30 March 2016


Theatres Trust responds to Culture White Paper

29th March 2016

The Theatres Trust has been quoted in LSi Online.

Theatres Trust responds to Culture White Paper

The Theatres Trust is quoted saying “We are pleased that the Culture White Paper recognises the absolute importance of the arts and culture in people’s lives – in education and the economy; within local communities and internationally. Whilst the ambition of the White Paper shares much with Jennie Lee’s paper of 50 years ago, in our own 40th Anniversary year we agree that the economic challenges faced today are very different.

So we welcome initiatives to promote the role of culture in place making through the new Great Place scheme; improve access to the arts through the new Cultural Citizens programme; and support the development of the historic built environment through the establishment of new Heritage Action Zones.”

Read the full story at Theatres Trust responds to Culture White Paper.

Published 29 March 2016


Save the Cineworld Hammersmith Campaign

29th March 2016

A petition has been launched to save the Cineworld Hammersmith, London from demolition.

To read more about the petition and to sign it please see 38degrees.org.uk.


Name change hope for Dudley Hippodrome

29th March 2016

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Name change hope for Dudley Hippodrome
Published 29 March 2016


Theatre architects celebrate Budget handouts

29th March 2016

Read the story at Bdonline
Theatre architects celebrate Budget handouts
Published 17 March 2016


Dumfries’ Theatre Royal, Scotland’s oldest theatre given £1.5m facelift

28th March 2016

Read the story at Urban Realm
Scotland’s oldest theatre given £1.5m facelift
Published 28 March 2016


Heritage and Theatres Trust bosses welcome £4 million project to restore Bradford’s historic St George’s Hall

28th March 2016

Ross Anthony, Planning Adviser from the Theatres Trust has been quoted in Bradford Telegraph and Argus.

Plans to restore Bradford’s historic St George’s Hall in a £4 million project have been welcomed by Historic England and The Theatres Trust.

Ross Anthony, planning adviser at The Theatres Trust, welcomed the application “to help conserve and ensure the venue is fit for purpose into the future”.

“In our opinion, the works proposed aid the efficient operation of the Hall without compromising the heritage or architectural significance of the heritage asset and we would therefore support the granting of planning and listed building consent.”

Heritage and Theatres Trust bosses welcome £4 million project to restore Bradford’s historic St George’s Hall

Published 28 March 2016


London’s fringe theatres supported by Soho Estates

27th March 2016

Tim Eyles Chair of the Theatres Trust has been quoted in British Theatre Guide.

London’s fringe theatres supported by Soho Estates

Tim Eyles is quoted saying, “Fawn’s generous donation is such great news for small theatres across London and I’m really looking forward to working with her.

Every time we’re able to announce a new donor to the London Theatres Scheme we’re helping to secure the future of live theatre across London. So many small theatres are working on such tight budgets they struggle to make improvements to their buildings—and we know these grants can make a huge difference.”

London’s fringe theatres supported by Soho Estates

Published 27 March 2016


Darlington's Hullabaloo gets Hullabaloon go-ahead

26th March 2016

Read the story at British Theatre Guide
Hullabaloo gets Hullabaloon go-ahead
Published 26 March 2016


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