The Theatres Trust

Mark Shenton: London theatre is changing, and that’s good news for everyone

16th December 2015

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Mark Shenton: London theatre is changing, and that’s good news for everyone
Published 16 December 2015


ABTT Fellowships 2015

16th December 2015

The Association of British Theatre Technicians has bestowed its top honour, the ABTT Fellowship, on three outstanding industry individuals, whom the ABTT’s Council of Management wish to recognise as having rendered signal service to the technical aspects of the art of the theatre: David Blyth, Geoffrey Joyce and Paul Sadler.

The list of ABTT Fellows now reads as follows: David Adams, Ian Albery, Jason Barnes, David Blyth, Tony Bond, William Dudley, John Faulkner, Tim Foster, Roger Fox, Roderick Ham, Chris Higgs, Geoffrey Joyce, Iain Mackintosh, Richard Pilbrow, Francis Reid, Peter Roberts, Paul Sadler, John Simpson and Mark White.

For more information see etnow.com
Published 16 December 2015


Ovalhouse wins planning permission for new Brixton home

16th December 2015

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Ovalhouse wins planning permission for new Brixton home
Published 16 December 2015


Ambassador Theatre Group Acquires New York’s Hudson Theatre For Broadway Shows

16th December 2015

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Ambassador Theatre Group Acquires New York’s Hudson Theatre For Broadway Shows
Published 16 December 2015


Fears parking charge rise will affect Keswick businesses such as Theatre by the Lake

16th December 2015

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Fears parking charge rise will ruin Keswick
Published 16 December 2015


Lyme Regis: Marine Theatre awarded £39,000 for the repair of its roof

16th December 2015

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LYME REGIS: Local facilities awarded more than £59,000 in government scheme to revive coastal towns
Published 16 December 2015


Studio Seilern wins go-ahead for performing arts centre at Berkshire's Wellington College

16th December 2015

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Studio Seilern wins go-ahead for £12m performing arts centre
Published 16 December 2015


Perth Theatre seeks personal memories for exhibition

16th December 2015

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Perth Theatre seeks personal memories for exhibition
Published 16 December 2015


London's proposed new concert hall could be built on Museum of London site

16th December 2015

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London’s proposed new concert hall could be built on Museum of London site and cost £278m
Published 16 December 2015


Plans for Ovalhouse Brixton move given green light by council

16th December 2015

The Theatres Trust has been mentioned in The Stage.

South London theatre Ovalhouse is to move to a new venue in Brixton after plans were given the green light by its local council.

The organisation is currently based at a venue opposite the Oval cricket ground, but has been planning to move to a new purpose-built home in Brixton to gain more theatre space and better disabled access.

The planned move was recently backed by Pierce Brosnan, who gained his first acting experience at Ovalhouse when he was a teenager.

Support for the new building has also been voiced by The Theatres Trust and director Paulette Randall – who lives in Brixton.

Plans for Ovalhouse Brixton move given green light by council
Published 16 December 2015


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