Wednesday 21 October 2020

Everyman Theatre Cheltenham is running virtual tours

Everyman Theatre in Cheltenham has announced it will be posting virtual tours of its historic building on social media during the Coronavirus lockdown.

Everyman Theatre in Cheltenham has announced it will be posting a series of virtual tours on social media as the UK goes into lockdown due to the Coronavirus.

The first video, posted on Tuesday 24 March 2020, introduces the main auditorium and reveals the fascinating history behind the iconic building.

Giving people a sneak peek into a normal backstage tour at the Everyman, the virtual tours will be posted on social media over the next few weeks.

For more information, visit everymantheatre.org.uk and keep an eye out for the virtual tours on its Facebook page by visiting facebook.com/EverymanTheatreCheltenham or Instagram by visiting instagram/everymanchelt.


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Tuesday 24 March 2020

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