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Tower Theatre Company - London

Future for the Arts has had the honour of working as consultant to a tremendous fundraising project: the Visitors’ Centre layout design and Exhibition budgeting towards a major event hosted by the London long-established Tower Theatre Company.
It’s been a great pleasure to be part of the team of artists, professionals, volunteers and archaeologists who contributed to the delivery of the exhibition, that unveiled the site of Shakespeare’s first playhouse in London, known as “The Theatre”, and raised awareness on funding a new building with the ambition of becoming a cultural hub for the borough and for London as a whole.

In July 2008 Tavistock Repertory Guarantors Ltd (TRGL) acquired a disused warehouse in New Inn Broadway – Shoreditch, off Curtain Road, which is one of the most vibrant streets in the once-slum East London cultural and art gallery district.
TRGL commissioned the Museum of London to carry out research and excavations on the site, as they intended to have a new theatre built on the remains of the warehouse as a new home for The Tower Theatre Company: the new building was conceived as both a new permanent base for the Tower Theatre Company, and a valuable resource for other community and arts activities.


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