Bennetts Associates is proud to be a Gold Sponsor of the 2018 Theatres Trust Conference: Adapt & Thrive - new money and new models for theatre buildings.
Taking place in London on Tuesday 16 October 2018 at the Lyric Hammersmith, Adapt & Thrive will look at the following:
Associate Director James Nelmes is a speaker alongside Judith Kilvington, Executive Director of Citizens Theatre, Glasgow, and others.
Director Simon Erridge said: “We’ve always valued The Theatres Trust conference as one of the most important events in the calendar, bringing theatre people, designers and strategists together to discuss the future direction of our sector. We’re so pleased to have the opportunity to sponsor the event this year, especially because the theme ‘Adapt and Thrive’ influences so much of the work we do with our theatre clients.”
Book your place at the conference here.
2003, Foyer transformation 2014
Conceived as highly adaptable building, we have overseen the evolution of the building in line with changing business demands and visitor expectations over the years.
A major new civic cultural hub in Chester, presenting drama, film and literature
2012 – 2016
A dramatic new flytower has appeared on the skyline of London’s West End. The project entailed building a 35-tonne capacity flytower and a refurbished foyer
The refurbishment of the Citizens Theatre will improve visitor, performer and staff experiences, ensuring the treasured Victorian venue remains central to culture and community in Glasgow.
The Old Vic is one of the UK’s best-known historic theatres. Bennetts Associates was appointed to create a long-term scheme of improvements as it approaches its 200th anniversary in 2018.