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Vote made to demolish Colwyn Bay Pier, Wales

19th December 2013

Read more at BBC News
Read more at BBC News
Published: 19 December 2013


Architect Richard Rogers: more time needed to consult on Riverside Studios expansion

19th December 2013

Millennium Dome architect Richard Rogers has urged for the decision on Hammersmith’s Riverside Studios’ expansion plans scheduled for tonight to be delayed. The leading architect was among supporters calling on Hammersmith and Fulham Council to cancel the planning meeting tonight and extend the consultation period to allow a ‘more informed and constructive discussion about the future of this important arts centre’.

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St Andrews Byre theatre to open temporarily to cover events

18th December 2013

Read more at the Evening Telegraph
St Andrews Byre theatre to open temporarily to cover events
Published: 18 December 2013


Petition launched to save The Ark Theatre in Borehamwood

17th December 2013

Read more at Borehamwood & Elstree Times
Petition launched to save The Ark Theatre in Borehamwood
Published: 17 December 2013


Theatres Advice Service Workshop programme Spring 2014 announced

17th December 2013

The Theatres Advice Service provides information, advice and guidance to theatres. New in 2014 as part of our developing Theatres Advice Service we are offering a series of practical and informative workshops on the capital development of theatre buildings.

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Theatres Trust to be host venue for Women In Arts Festival performance

17th December 2013

As part of the Women in Arts Festival The Theatres Trust are hosting a celebrated production of Request Programme by Franz Xaver Kroetz, directed by Hedvig Claesson and performed by Cecilia Nilsson from Mon 16-Weds 18 December.

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The Society for Theatre Research vacancy for Hon. Treasurer/Membership Secretary

17th December 2013

The vacancy for Hon. Treasurer and Membership Secretary offers the opportunity to become involved in the fascinating world of theatre history. In accordance with Charity Commission regulations the Hon. Treasurer is not remunerated (though travel expenses are met for attending meetings which are generally in central London), but the Membership Secretary carries a stipend of £4,000 per annum. The two posts are customarily, but not necessarily combined.

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Scarborough's Futurist Theatre faces final curtain

17th December 2013

Scarborough’s Futurist is to be boarded up after the borough council rejected plans to more than double its subsidy to the site’s operator to £180,000. Conservative council leader Tom Fox said the theatre’s viability had not been established. The Save Our Futurist group said there was “absolute anger” at the decision.

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Letter: Restore the Hippodrome to put Brighton back on the map

17th December 2013

Letter as published in The Brighton Argus Brighton and Hove, instead of becoming the entertainment centre of the South, is in danger of becoming the “ancient” entertainment city of the South.

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Weymouth Pavilion's comeback

17th December 2013

Just a few months ago a council in the South West was considering demolishing their local theatre to make way for a car park. Luckily, that didn’t happen and now the curtain is about to go up at Weymouth Pavilion. A community group is now running the theatre and a production of Cinderella is its first pantomime since it was saved. New managers say they’re already pleased with ticket sales. ITV Dorset correspondent Duncan Sleightholme reports


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