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RSC Transformation - Next Stage

10th April 2009

As the Royal Shakespeare Theatre moves into the next phase of the building transformation, they invite anyone interested to join them for a free event on Sunday 26th April at 2pm. Taking place in The Courtyard Theatre the Next Stage is part of the Birthday Celebrations weekend, and offers the chance to hear the latest news about the transformation of the venue. Members of the Project Team are avalable to discuss the work on site too.

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Leith Theatre Trust engages stakeholders in theatre refurbishment

10th April 2009

The Leith Theatre Trust is a new organisation working to refurbish the existing Leith Theatre Your thoughts and ideas are needed to help shape the spaces into a dynamic community and cultural venue. Air your views, complete their survey

Source: Leith Festival


RSC Big Picture unveiling

9th April 2009

The RSC unveiled The Big Picture on the Bancroft Gardens, outside the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon on Thursday 9 April 2009. The 21×9 m image of RSC actors and backstage staff provides a glimpse into life at the RSC.

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It’s curtain up on cinemas at Cardiff arts centre

8th April 2009

Read more at Wales Online
It’s curtain up on cinemas at Cardiff arts centre
Published: 8th April 2009


Go-ahead granted for Rambert’s long-awaited £14m South Bank base

7th April 2009

Read more at The Stage
Go-ahead granted for Rambert’s long-awaited £14m South Bank base
Published: 7 April 2009


Peterborough’s Broadway goes on sale for nearly £4m

7th April 2009

Read more at The Stage
Peterborough’s Broadway goes on sale for nearly £4m
Published: 7 April 2009


Tom Thumb theatre sold at auction

6th April 2009

Read more at Show and Stay
Tom Thumb theatre sold at auction
Published: 6 April 2009


Tom Thumb theatre under hammer

6th April 2009

The Tom Thumb theatre, thought to be the smallest in the world, is to go under the hammer in Kent. A guide price of £125,000 to £135,000 has been set by the auctioneers. It has 60 red velvet seats, a small stage with a curtain and a dressing room. The theatre entertained audiences for 20 years before the curtain finally fell in 2005.

Source: BBC News


BBC Radio 4 on the birth of the National Theatre

5th April 2009

Sue MacGregor brings together some of the original members of the National Theatre to remember its birth in 1963 under artistic director Laurence Olivier. Her guests are Sir Michael Gambon, Sir Derek Jacobi, Dame Maggie Smith, Dame Joan Plowright and Bill Gaskill. Listen to The Reunion 5/4/09 (Dur: 45 mins)

Source: BBC Radio 4


Northern lights: Hull Truck's new theatre plays the regeneration game

3rd April 2009

Read more at The Guardian
Northern lights: Hull Truck’s new theatre plays the regeneration game
Published: 3 April 2009


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