The Theatres Trust

TBAR Theatre Buildings at Risk

Introduction

Proscenium arch with Hyde's 'Onward' coat-of-arms, Hyde Theatre Royal, February 2009 The Theatre Buildings at Risk (TBAR) register is the Trust’s means of watching, managing and supporting theatre buildings under threat across the UK.

Developed over several years, the register reflects growing public interest in theatres and the built environment, and a wider acknowledgement of the importance of theatre buildings within local communities.

Unlike the Risk Registers compiled by other organisations, TBAR covers England, Scotland and Wales and includes all types of theatre building, whether statutory listed, in a Conservation Area, or not listed. This means the Trust can monitor and highlight theatres which are under threat but not afforded any statutory protection. The buildings may be currently in theatre use, in other (permanent or temporary) uses, vacant or derelict.

All theatres on the register form part of our casework year-round, and a theatre may be added to the register at any time. Once a year the register is completely reviewed and revised and its results published.

See the 2015 Theatre Buildings at Risk register


Previous Theatre Buildings At Risk Registers

Theatre Buildings at Risk register 2014

Theatre Buildings at Risk register 2013

Theatre Buildings at Risk register 2012

Theatre Buildings At Risk register 2011

Theatre Buildings At Risk register 2010

Theatre Buildings At Risk register 2009

Theatre Buildings At Risk register 2008

Theatre Buildings At Risk register 2007

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