We are delighted to announce that our exciting plans to redevelop the theatre to provide modern, outstanding facilities have taken a big step forward. Planning permission has now been applied for and all the documents can be seen here
We are delighted to announce our programme for this autumn’s Sunday Night at BLT – part of our fund-raising activity for the theatre; Click here for details.
Have you caught up with all the latest news on our fund-raising and other theatre activity yet? If not or you want to remind yourself, click here to see our latest BLTin…. hot off the (virtual) press!
Keith Jeremiah, our board member leading the building development work is now able to share the latest draft plans for our theatre. So, if you’d like to see what it will look like, click here!
As we continue to progress design ideas for our theatre with our specialist architects – Keith Jeremiah, our board member leading the development work has made a Before and After video which gives us a great idea of what we are working towards. It lasts just under three minutes, so click here if you’d like to see it.
Lots of fund-raising activity has been going on and much more is planned for this year. Click here to read more about it and get involved.
Great news – with the help of Brownhills Insurance, our project to replace the roof of the Bar has been submitted for an award with the Aviva Community Fund! To be a finalist, we need to get more votes from the public than other projects. And that’s where you can help. Your votes could put us well on the way towards getting that much-needed new roof. Voting is simple and only takes a few minutes: • Visit the Aviva voting website […]
The five-year lease on our much-loved but ageing theatre secures our short-term future, but we have an option of a further 30-year extension. But this will not be granted unless we improve and develop the building. We have worked with a firm of specialist architects on significantly re-configuring the existing building to make the space work better and more flexibly. Work will be phased over several years to ensure we don’t overstretch ourselves financially, or disrupt too many of our […]