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Welcome to the Useful Links page.

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We promote the value of theatre buildings and champion their future

The Theatres Trust is the National Advisory Body for Theatres, protecting theatres for everyone. We operate nationally in England, Scotland and Wales promoting the value of theatre buildings and championing their future.

We are a statutory consultee on theatre buildings in the planning system, we provide expert advice on the sustainable development of theatres, we distribute small capital grants, and we help promote awareness and solutions for theatres at risk. We champion all theatres, historic, contemporary and new, in theatre use, in other uses or disused.

- See more at: http://www.theatrestrust.org.uk

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The local area is in your hands!

The My Community Rights website and free advice service run by Locality helps communities to use the Community Rights.

You now have much more control over your community!

£55.5m in grants and financial support have been made available by the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) for the running of services, ownership and management of assets, and Neighbourhood Planning and Our Place support and grants.

We can help you access these funds.

- See more at: www.mycommunityrights.org.uk/my-community-rights/

 

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The UK’s leading membership organisation for theatre and the performing arts

UK Theatre has traditionally supported theatre organisations and now also helps individuals who work professionally in the performing arts at all stages of their career.

We offer five types of membership including special schemes for sole traders, suppliers of goods and services to the industry and concert halls.  Our members benefit from access to a range of professional services, high quality training and events, and networking opportunities.  As well as running the only awards scheme to recognise excellence in theatre throughout the UK, we lead audience development programmes and actively campaign on behalf of theatres and their audiences.

- See more at: www.uktheatre.org