The art theatres looked to Wagner for inspiration.
BUILT INTO the bricks of British theatres are the aims and ideals of the ages that made them.
Theatres are running out of time to decide whether they are going to reopen at all this year (or ever again).
And yet, who’s to say that one of those burning theatres in our posts about burning theatres isn’t actually on fire?
The keynote in the postwar rebuilding of theatres has been flexibility.
The Norwegian Opera, opened in 1959, receives state subsidies (as do most other theatres).
In Asia the same tradition of partly religious and partly legendary sources provides the repertory for the puppet theatres.
Public theatres such as La Scala differ from private court theatres only in the size of the auditorium and stage.
Petersburg theatres have maintained their leading position, but they have been joined by hundreds of theatres throughout the country.
There are more than 300 summer theatres in the United States, including tents, permanent theatres, and showboats housing musical revues.
Although there are many similarities between the theatres of Shakespeare's time and the theatres of today, there are big differences too.
Moviegoers have been eating in theatres for about as long as theatres have existed, in large part because theatres need us to.
There are theatres aplenty but the Elgin and Winter Garden Theatres are special seeing as they’re both the last operating double-decker theatres and a national historic site.
Pubs, restaurants and other hospitality venues will be able to seat customers indoors from 17 May, and outdoor theatres and cinemas will be allowed to open - along with indoor entertainment such as museums, theatres, cinemas and children's play areas.
On Monday night, some smaller theatres continued to run their shows, and because the government’s advice is not that theatres must shut, they may technically continue to do so, although it seems very unlikely any will stay open in the face of the warning.
Jon Morgan of The Theatres Trust said: "It remains to be seen whether this amount will be sufficient to replace the furlough scheme, as it begins to taper from August and ends in October, at a time when we still do not have timescales for theatres reopening."
Bectu, the media and entertainment union, has lobbied for the workers to be kept on the scheme and says many theatres are being forced to make cuts because of a combination of the £1.57bn rescue package not being released to theatres and having no clear reopening date.
Janice will take a look at the situations of the three Scottish theatres on the Theatres At Risk register, with Claire Appleby, the Theatre Trust’s Architectural Advisor, Lynn Morrison Executive Director of Leith Theatre Trust, and John Murray, Chairman of Kings Theatre Kirkcaldy.
In response to a question about theatres at Wednesday's Downing Street briefing, communities secretary Robert Jenrick said: "All of us who care about the arts are very concerned for the future of theatres, museums and galleries, performing arts, all of those who work in the sector."
He said they needed to progress to theatres being allowed to open fully "with the appropriate safety measures", adding: "Without this most theatres cannot reopen viably and we need the go-ahead for Christmas shows, on which the survival of many theatres depends, in the next few weeks at the very latest."
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