The new revised publication was launched at the ABTT Theatre Show 2015.
When you purchase a copy you obtain your own unique code (on an A4 piece of paper within the hardcopy book) which allows you to then view the publication online.
Codes obtained with the purchase of the 2013 edition of Technical Standards for Places of Entertainment will continue to work with the 2015 edition.
Alternatively you can click here www.technical-standards-for-places-of-entertainment.co.uk where you then register your name and email address and will be given 5 free online views of the publication.
In addition a FREE: RU SAFE? booklet (as shown below) to help people who want some information and guidance about entertainment in smaller venues, like fringe theatres, pubs, clubs, cinemas, restaurants, cafes and bars. Download your free copy here www.rusafe.org.uk (or add a Free hard copy of RU SAFE? to your shopping cart by following this link here ).
Should you have any queries, as always, do contact the ABTT team in the office.
A scheme by the Theatres Trust to enhance the theatregoing experience of female audience members by improving their restroom facilities. The scheme’s benefactors, Susan and Simon Ruddick, hope that this initiative will bring direct relief to a few, while at the same time indirectly raising the profile of an issue that is of recurring concern to many.