Theatre Royal on
British Listed Buildings
Arthur Lloyd Music
Hall and Theatre
History - our listing
Theatre Royal link
up with Hydonian Blogspot to capture
those memories and photographs
theatre. If you have
any items relating
to the theatre
please add them to
Theatres Trust say 'Our theatres, concert halls, art galleries and museums matter. They help promote economic growth, enhance the built environment and develop sustainable communities.
Roof repairs! We cannot allow this to happen to our beautiful theatres. The Derby Hippodrome Restoration Trust continue in their efforts after this. If they can, we can!
Morecambe Winter Gardens Multi-Use Plans
Watch video for plans to bring the theatre back into use for the community. Concerts, drama, exhibitions, presentations, sport, dances, meetings.
Gee Cross Fete 2013
TRO had a great day at Gee Cross Fete on
Sunday 16th June - lots of support for the
theatre, more promotional opportunities
and a radio interview. Listen here
A Concert -
A Cappella Style!
We are really looking forward to this!!
It promises to be a great night of
entertainment with this exceptional choir -
don't miss it!! Tickets now on sale!
More discussions are taking place regarding the possible opportunities available to realise the theatre's immense potential. Heritage mantra is
for 'imaginative re-use of historical buldings'.
SAVE Britain's Theatres!
David Wilmore, a nationally respected theatre consultant looking specifically at the restoration
of historic theatres says "Hyde Theatre Royal
most certainly should be saved for its original
use as well as for many other purposes".
We believe working together with the owner
towards a multi-use future for the theatre
is the way forward!
Theatre Royal Saved!
Theatre Royal Onward are delighted that our prime objective has been achieved - that the Theatre Royal building, once threatened with demolition, has been saved. We are also delighted with the high standard of work carried out on the exterior of the theatre by the owner which means the building is now secure from decay.
To Let/May Sell
The owner has now put the building up
with Waltons Commercial sales and Lettings.
'A fantastic opportunity to let or acquire a landmark building in Hyde, Cheshire which
retains many of its original and wonderful features. The property is suitable for many
uses (subject to planning).
We dearly hope there is a buyer that shares
out vision of a multi-use future for the theatre, like so many other succesful venues you can
read about on this site. Community and
business use would attract people into the
town centre creating social and economic
capital. It would breathe new life into Hyde
Town Centre. Our Options Appraisal
confirms multi-use is feasible. We are
happy to share this and talk with anyone interested in the immense potential of
the Theatre Royal to be a real winner.
Theatre Royal -
in the Spotlight!
Our Spotlight feature for
Tameside Arts Network.
We are also featured in
About Tameside Magazine
Our Mission Statement
'Protecting Your Theatre For Everyone'
Harry Rutherford's wonderful painting of the Theatre Royal's splendour
UK Association of Building Preservation Trusts - our listing
Historical Hyde iMap
New interactive map view Hyde's rich heritage, including
Hyde Theatre Royal.
New York Theatre Organ Society
Another Link from America!
Emails from America!
Student Kayla found our site and shared this interesting link.
The Theatre Organ - Then and Now. Thank you for your support!
Show fundraiser -
20th October 2012
Another fine success!
McAlpine set to start on £11.5m Glasgow Theatre Royal
The Rex Berkhamsted
The Rex Berkhamsted
A multi-use community and Council success story. This is a thriving venue with shows, music, local amateur and charity use.
The Victorian Society
Campaigning for Victorian and Edwardian architecture
The Troxy London
- blueprint for multi-use future of theatres
The Troxy - today
Leeds City Varieties another successful
Leeds City Varieties'
£9.9m refurbishment ready
Creative Learning for
young people, families, communities and schools at the
Royal Court Theatre Liverpool secures £867k Heritage Lottery Funding