The Theatres Trust

Blackpool Grand Theatre has completed its major refurbishment project

30th January 2016

Read the story at British Theatre Guide
A Grand New day for resort theatre
Published 30 January 2016


Spilsby Theatre step closer to returning to former glory

30th January 2016

Read the story at Skegness Standard
Spilsby Theatre step closer to returning to former glory
Published 30 January 2016


Oxford's Pegasus Theatre faces crisis with councils arts funding cuts

29th January 2016

Read the story at This Is Oxfordshire
Pegasus Theatre faces crisis as councils arts funding cuts could see them lose £68,000-a-year aid
Published 29 January 2016


Mark Shenton’s top venues: St James Theatre Studio, London

29th January 2016

Read the story at The Stage
Mark Shenton’s top venues: St James Theatre Studio
Published 29 January 2016


Hull's £36m music and exhibition centre rejected

29th January 2016

Read the story at BBC News
Hull’s £36m music and exhibition centre rejected
Published 15 December 2015


Report: Cultural Times – The First Global Map of Cultural and Creative Industries

29th January 2016

CISAC – the International Confederation of Societies of Authors and Composers – has released a new study published by EY titled “Cultural Times – The First Global Map of Cultural and Creative Industries”.

For the first time, this survey quantifies the global economic and social contribution of this important sector. The study analyses 11 Cultural and Creative Industries (CCI) sectors: advertising, architecture, books, gaming, movies, music, newspapers/magazines, performing arts, radio, television and visual arts.

For the full report see World Creative.
For further information see World Creative.
Published 29 January 2016


The £19 million project Brighton theatre project passes another major milestone

29th January 2016

Read the story at The Argus
The £19 million project Brighton theatre project passes another major milestone
Published 29 January 2016


The Stage Awards 2016: winners announced

29th January 2016

Read the story at The Stage
The Stage Awards 2016: winners announced
Published 29 January 2016


York conservation firm’s projects, such as London's Wilton’s Music Hall get Royal visit

29th January 2016

The Theatres Trust has been quoted in Bdaily.

The Prince of Wales visited the completed restoration of two historic buildings, by York-based conservation firm William Anelay Ltd, in the space of just 48 hours.

On Tuesday (26 Jan), The Prince of Wales saw the finished refurbishment of The Wedgwood Institute near Stoke-on-Trent, where The Prince’s Regeneration Trust have led on the first phase of restoration work which was carried out by William Anelay Ltd. These include major repairs to the roof of the Venetian Gothic building.

Yesterday (28 Jan), The Prince, accompanied by The Duchess of Cornwall, also toured the newly restored Grade-II listed Wilton’s Music Hall in London’s East End.

The Theatres Trust has described Wilton’s Music Hall as “the most important surviving early music hall to be seen anywhere. It is of outstanding architectural and archaeological significance”.

York conservation building firm’s projects get a Royal visit
Published 29 January 2016


Transform Perth Theatre's #PlayingMyPart campaign hopes to raise the final £1.5m

28th January 2016

Read the story at Daily Record
Transform Perth Theatre’s #PlayingMyPart campaign hopes to raise the final £1.5m to kit out Perth’s soon to be transformed theatre
Published 28 January 2016


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