The Opening of the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation Theatre at Arts Ed
Friday 15, November 2013
The Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation Theatre was officially opened last night at Arts Ed with a special production of Evita performed by the Arts Ed students.
The opening follows the Foundation's grant of £3.5million awarded to Arts Ed back in 2011 and the theatre now boasts a completely new auditorium and fully flexible performance space, an extended fly tower to increase stage size and flying capacity, new air conditioning system, control desks and stage workshops.
Please click here to read more in the press release.
English Heritage Angel Awards 2013
Monday 21, October 2013
Pictured above: Vivat Trust / Save Hadlow Tower Action Group for Hadlow Tower, Tonbridge, Kent - winner of the Angel Award for the Best Craftmanship Employed on a Heritage Rescue and winner of the Angel Award voted for by English Heritage followers and Telegraph readers.
The winners of the English Heritage Angel Awards, founded by Andrew Lloyd Webber to celebrate the efforts of local people in rescuinig their heritage, were announced at a glittering West End show in London today (Monday 21 October 2013). The annual awards are run by English Heritage and inspired by its Heritage at Risk Register.
Please click here to read the full press release.
RADA's Youth Company
Friday 16, August 2013
RADA's Youth Company, funded by The Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation, are at the end of their second year of funding. Their grant was awarded over 3 years to widen participation in drama amongst young people.
The Eggs Factor at Theatre Royal Bath
Wednesday 14, August 2013
More than 40 students took part in week-long work experience opportunities at The Egg during the Summer holidays recently resulting in "The Eggs Factor".
These Junior Apprentice programmes, funded by The Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation, provide well structured work experience for GCSE students. If you are interested in getting on the programme next year, here is the link.
Wales Millennium Centre
Tuesday 13, August 2013
Pictured here is The Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation Apprentice who started at the Wales Millennium Centre in January 2013.
As her interest lies in Stage Management, the Centre has tailored her apprenticeship to include as much experience of this as possible to maximise her placement which will last one year.
The Foundation awarded the Wales Millennium Centre a grant in September 2012 towards its Creative Apprenticeship Scheme over 3 years.
Click the link below for more information.