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Apollo collapse could lead to £1m of insurance claims

16th January 2014

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Apollo collapse could lead to £1m of insurance claims
Published: 16 January 2014


Charity status given to arts centre organisation

16th January 2014

The campaigners behind the Acton Arts Centre project have just been awarded charitable status for their organisation. Glynne Steele, co-director with Julie Saunders, said they were given the title about a week ago and that it means the Charity Commission has faith in their project, believe it is viable and therefore want to offer support.

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Rhod Gilbert joins fight to save Muni Arts Centre

15th January 2014

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Rhod Gilbert joins fight to save Muni Arts Centre
Published: 15 January 2014


Theatre consultant Richard Brett dies aged 74

15th January 2014

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Theatre consultant Richard Brett dies aged 74
Published: 15 Jan 2014


Theatre by candlelight opens at the Globe

15th January 2014

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Theatre by candlelight opens at the Globe
Published: 15 January 2014


Man's body found at Oxford's Pegasus Theatre

15th January 2014

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Man’s body found at Oxford’s Pegasus Theatre
15 Jan 2014


Arts generated £4.6 billion for economy in 2012 - report

15th January 2014

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Arts generated £4.6 billion for economy in 2012 – report
Published: 15 January 2014


South Bank licensing plans threaten free programming, say local arts bodies

15th January 2014

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South Bank licensing plans threaten free programming, say local arts bodies
Published: 15 Jan 2014


New Manchester venue Home appoints Danny Boyle as patron

15th January 2014

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New Manchester venue Home appoints Danny Boyle as patron
Published: 15 January 2014


Plan for Dudley Hippodrome takeover considered

15th January 2014

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Plan for Dudley Hippodrome takeover considered
Published: 15 January 2014


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