It has been a whole year since Cheltenham’s Everyman Theatre reopened its doors and pulled back the curtains on the newly-restored venue in October 2011.
Following a five-month closure and £3.2 million spend, the Everyman Theatre restoration project was deemed a huge success from day one and now, a year later, SoGlos is delighted to reveal its brand new Everyman Theatre video showcase – including glorious high definition footage captured before, during and after the project.
Get a behind-the-scenes look at auditorium like you’ve never seen it; get a before and after look at the brand new box office, café and bar; marvel at the restored paintwork and chandelier; and hear chief executive Geoffrey Rowe explaining more about the huge project of overhauling the oldest surviving theatre designed by renowned architect Frank Matcham.
Thursday 18 October 2012
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