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“Like many professional actors, I am a graduate of the Little Theatre Guild, whose member theatres are spread across the country. In many places, the local Little Theatre is an outlet for anyone who enjoys putting on plays, in whatever capacity. Audiences who don’t live close to a professional theatre are grateful beneficiaries”... more
At the end of May the Department for Education issued a consultation on the proposals for amending the 1960’s laws on children in performance aimed at bringing them up to date. As far as the Amateur Sector is concSerned this is very good news... more
In a letter to the Sunday Telegraph published today, 20 major arts figures (including the Little Theatre Guild) call for the inclusion of culture in the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) in response to the lack of recognition of culture and the arts in the Communities and Local Government department's draft NPPF ... more
What insurance does your group need? What sort of coverage is appropriate, what is included in it and how much do you need to be covered for? There are lots of questions surrounding theatre group insurance.
LTG Chairman, Eddie Redfern talks to StageTalk.TV about Theatre insurance.
We are pleased to launch our new forum area now available on the LTG website. Please register yourself and also let other people at your theatre who may find this useful have details so they can register as well..... more
The Little Theatre Guild, now known as the LTG, has been in existence since 1946 to represent the views of Amateur theatres across the UK. Our membership extends throughout the UK, plus some overseas locations. In particular membership of the LTG is open only to those amateur theatres that own or lease the theatre premises upon which productions are mounted.
We currently have in excess of 103 member theatres right across the United Kingdom, ranging from 64 seat auditorium up to 450 seat auditorium. This includes theatres that present only four plays per year to those that present a continuous repertoire. In the last year LTG theatres presented over 850 productions to an audience in excess of 630,000 patrons. ... more