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Council considers Morecambe Winter Gardens support

29th April 2009

Read more at The Guardian
Council considers Morecambe Winter Gardens support
Published: 29 April 2009


Malthouse magic: first view of the new £16m 'creative campus' for Aldeburgh

29th April 2009

Read more at The Guardian
Malthouse magic: first view of the new £16m ‘creative campus’ for Aldeburgh
Published: 29 April 2009


A new era for the Aldeburgh festival

29th April 2009

Read more at The Guardian
A new era for the Aldeburgh festival
Published: 29 April 2009


Wales Millennium Centre to defend its Most Welcoming Theatre crown

27th April 2009

Read more at The Stage
Wales Millennium Centre to defend its Most Welcoming Theatre crown
Published: 27 April 2009


The bold, the old and the obsolete

27th April 2009

Read more at The Guardian
The bold, the old and the obsolete
Published: 27 April 2009


ISG Jackson wins Canterbury theatre

24th April 2009

ISG Jackson has won a £25.6m contract to build the New Marlowe Theatre in Canterbury for Canterbury City Council. The contract involves the demolition of the existing theatre and the construction of a new 1,200-seat state-of-the-art auditorium with vastly improved acoustics and sightlines, along with a second, smaller performance space. Work is due to start on site early next month with completion scheduled for spring 2011.

Source: Builder & Engineer


Muse to develop £300m civic and cultural quarter in Doncaster.

24th April 2009

Muse, the urban regeneration arm of construction group Morgan Sindall, signed the contract with Doncaster Council today to regenerate the Waterdale area of the town. The first phase of the development, which includes a performance venue, is conditional on obtaining funding from regional development agency Yorkshire Forward. A decision on this is due in August.

Source: Property Week


New era for Derby Playhouse

24th April 2009

Read more the Derby Telegraph
New era for Derby Playhouse
Published: 24 April 2009


Derby Playhouse future finally resolved

23rd April 2009

The University of Derby has signed a 99-year lease on the city’s troubled Playhouse theatre. The University aims to use the venue for its own theatre and performing arts courses, but will also hire it out to local drama groups and professional companies. East Midlands Today Audio and Video reports .

Source: BBC News


Thumbs down for Waltham Forest Theatre

22nd April 2009

Read more at The Guardian
Thumbs down for Waltham Forest Theatre
Published: 22 April 2009


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