ABTT Exhibitor Session: IOTC – “THEATRES COMPLETED 2018 – 2022” -My favourite theatre – and why
Member’s price FREE
Non-member’s price FREE
23 June 2022 | 2:00 pm - 3:00pm
London,, Demo Room, Alexandra Palace
This seminar is one of many taing place at the ABTT Theatre Show 2022 at Alexandra Palace, sign up for your FREE ticket to attend.
Join the Institute of Theatre Consultants as they launch their latest book “Theatres completed 2018 – 2022”. They will be speaking in more detail about those theatres which spoke to them and why they are their favourites.
Gavin Green – founder and senior partner of Charcoalblue theatre and acoustic consultants, will chair the session (he is keeping his favourite theatre a secret until the seminar).
Richard Pilbrow – Internationally renowned lighting designer and theatre consultant, author of several books on stage lighting and theatres, will offer us the Dr. Phillips Center in Florida, an enormous complex of performance spaces.
Iain Mackintosh – renowned theatre and architecture exhibitions curator, theatre consultant and author, will offer us the Martha Cohen Theatre in Alberta
Tim Foster – architect of the Tricycle Theatre London, Parabola Theatre, Cheltenham, amongst many others and the successful adaptation and refurbishment of Norwich Theatre Royal and the Everyman, Cheltenham, will offer us the Georgian Theatre Royal at Richmond, Yorkshire.
Michael Holden – Founder and first chairman of the Lyric Theatre Hammersmith in 1979, Chief Executive of Shakespeare’s Globe, 1993-1998 and currently chair of the Institute of Theatre Consultants, will offer us the Teatro Scientifico Mantova, a truly theatrical theatre.
David Staples – Former Chairman of Theatre Projects Consultants and recent author of Modern Theatres, will offer the Philharmonie Hall, in Berlin, a pivotal building in the design of concert halls.
Ian Rees – head of theatre consulting at Adrian James Acoustics will offer us ‘Barn Theatres’ as a genre that embraces the ad-hoc and most socially engaging form of theatre
This will be a fascinating opportunity to explore the nature of theatre and its buildings