LTG Yearbook 2021-2022

The 2021 – 2022 LTG Yearbook (for the 2020-2021 season) is now published and has been delivered to the address provided by LTG Reps during the summer. A PDF copy is available in the Backstage area of this website. If your printed copy has not arrived by 7 January 2022 please let the LTG Secretary […]

LTG Newsletter: November 2021

The November 2021 LTG Newsletter is out! All LTG Reps will have received a PDF by email and paper copies have been delivered. If your theatre has not got a copy contact the Editor at newsletter@littletheatreguild.org. The LTG Committee ask that you circulate the Newsletter as widely as possible – why not add the PDF to […]

THE FUTURE OF THEATRE IN TOWNS, 20 JANUARY 2022, 5.30-7.00PM

Researchers, including Professor Helen Nicholson, from Civic Theatres: A Place for Towns would like to invite you to a free on-line event. This event is part of a research project that is investigating the significance and importance of theatres in towns across England. Frequently overlooked, theatres in towns offer opportunities for local people to take […]

Creative Networks: Celebrating Cultural Diversity with LTG Members, 1 December,

Quarterly #CreativeNetwork-Theatre covers a range of themes and issues that the professional and amateur sectors negotiate and is delivered in partnership with the Little Theatre Guild. It offers space for an open discussion about current opportunities and challenges of rebuilding amateur ecologies. 1 December 2021: Celebrating Cultural Diversity: Why it’s more than just opening our […]

Theatres Trust Conference 21: Making Theatre Sustainable

Along with the LTG Chairman Jo Matthews, four LTG Members were represented at this year’s Theatres Trust Conference: Abbey Theatre St Albans, Corn Exchange Wallingford, The Questors Theatre and new LTG Member (see post below) Romiley Little Theatre. The conference focused on the Theatre Green Book which the Theatres Trust and ABTT have jointly created. […]