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Posted by Community Blogger on 8th May 2013 at 11:22 | The New Everyman
Paula Frew tells us about the wonderful event at the end of February when all the people on the Portrait Wall came together for the first time.
Posted by Community Blogger on 8th May 2013 at 11:07 | The New Everyman | 0 comments
Paula Frew is one of the 105 people, whose image will be on the shutters to create the Portrait Wall on the front of the new Everyman.
Posted by Everyman Playhouse on 14th Nov 2012 at 16:37 | The New Everyman
Last week we started regular staff site visits so all Everyman Playhouse staff get a chance to keep up to date with just how much our new theatre is coming on. House Manager, Helen Griffiths ...
Posted by Everyman Playhouse on 2nd Jul 2012 at 00:08 | The New Everyman | 0 comments
Hello, I’m Emma. One year on from the Everyman Finale event, I have been the organising the wonderful memory tags received from the many people who came to the theatre on this day last year to ...
Posted by Deborah Aydon on 26th Mar 2012 at 16:15 | The New Everyman | 0 comments
On Saturday we held two photo sessions giving people the chance to be part of the Portrait Wall on the front of the new Everyman.
Posted by Everyman Playhouse on 28th Nov 2011 at 15:15 | The New Everyman | 0 comments
Construction of the new Everyman commenced on Monday 28 November with contractors Gilbert-Ash taking over the site from Sloyan Doyle who have handled the deconstruction of the building since its ...
Posted by Deborah Aydon on 22nd Aug 2011 at 16:17 | The New Everyman | 9 comments
D for Demolition – or, to use a slightly more gentle word, Deconstruction.
Posted by Everyman Playhouse on 4th Jul 2011 at 17:33 | The New Everyman | 0 comments
We would like to thank absolutely everyone who helped us make Saturday’s farewell events for the Everyman so memorable and so fitting.
Posted by Gemma Bodinetz on 2nd Jun 2011 at 11:00 | The New Everyman, The Life Of An Artistic Director | 29 comments
As we enter the final weeks of the Everyman (in its present incarnation) there is a strange atmosphere around the building.
Posted by Gemma Bodinetz on 29th May 2010 at 14:56 | The New Everyman | 6 comments
Well today years of re-imagining, consultation and hard work came to fruition as we sent off our designs for the new Everyman to planning.