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9th November 2006
At its AGM yesterday, the Liverpool and Merseyside Theatres Trust published its Annual Report for 2005/6, and announced plans for major capital redevelopment which will be an inspiring legacy to the Capital of Culture year in 2008.
7th April 2007
Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse theatres are delighted to announce that we have appointed Haworth Tompkins as architects for our Capital Development.
1st April 2008
At 4.34pm on Monday 31 March, the Liverpool and Merseyside Theatres Trust (LMTT) completed on the purchase of the Everyman building.
30th October 2008
The Devlin Report recommends the Liverpool and Merseyside Theatres Trust (LMTT) as the most urgent priority for investment in the city’s capital infrastructure and to focus on Everyman development, which would fit well with the city’s ambitions for the Hope Street Quarter.
29th April 2009
Arts Council England (ACE) will this week complete the first stage of a wide-ranging assessment of the £28m redevelopment plan for the Everyman which will secure its future and allow it to flourish for the benefit of the people of Merseyside for generations to come.
24th July 2009
After many years of planning, the £28m redevelopment of the Everyman theatre has been given the green light as Arts Council England announces a £12.8m investment in this major cultural project.
6th February 2010
The Everyman Theatre on Hope Street opened in 1964 and has been home to some of the most inspiring, urgent, enjoyable and socially aware theatre of the last five decades.
26th May 2010
At the end of May 2010 the Liverpool Merseyside Theatres Trust (LMTT), which runs the Everyman and the Playhouse theatres, submitted an application for planning approval to Liverpool City Council for the designs of the new Everyman Theatre on Hope Street, describing the new building as ‘a vibrant creative hub fit for this uniquely cultural city in the 21st century’.
24th August 2010
Liverpool City Council has today given planning approval for the new Everyman theatre on Hope Street. Council Leader Cllr Joe Anderson endorsed the new design describing it as “a vital redevelopment for the City’s future. The Everyman is a real gem in Liverpool’s cultural life and while it will have a new-look it will retain its unique spirit.”
5th April 2011
The £28m redevelopment of the Everyman has now secured its full public funding package. With £16.8m from Arts Council England and £2.5m previously invested by the Northwest Regional Development Agency, a £5.9m investment from the European Regional Development Fund now means that the project can proceed as planned on site in August this year with the new, 21st century Everyman to open in 2013.