WE HAVE CHANGED OUR NAME TO CAPITAL THEATRES
The name change reflects the growth of the organisation and the need to establish a recognisable ‘home’ brand for our three theatre venues. The website is now www.capitaltheatres.com.
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An evening of local and international artists celebrating womanhood.
On Monday 5 March 2018 we were delighted to be part of the premiere of Reel Folk, a new folk music composition by Ailie Robertson developed as part of our dementia friendly projects.
Effective as from Thursday 1 March, the Festival City Theatres Trust, which runs the Festival and King's theatres and The Studio, has changed its name to Capital Theatres.
What does womanhood mean to you? How can we #PressForProgress? How far have we come?
The King's Theatre Campaign has received £4m of funding in the City of Edinburgh Council's capital budget for 2018/23.
We're delighted to announce renewed funding from the Life Changes Trust for our dementia friendly projects.
When it comes to a Valentine’s gift, it’s public knowledge that diamonds are over-rated and restaurants too busy. Treat your loved one to an unforgettable evening by giving the gift of theatre this Valentine’s Day. We’ve chosen four shows that will make you fall in love with theatre.
For the third year running, we're delighted to be bringing the magic of the King's Theatre pantomime to the children in the Sick Kids Hospital.
The Festival Theatre is launching an app allowing audience members to order pre-show and interval snacks and drinks.
Queen Margaret University and the Festival City Theatres Trust have signed an agreement to develop new talent and support the wider creative and cultural sector in Edinburgh and Scotland.
The Festival Theatre, King's Theatre and The Studio, Edinburgh are managed by Capital Theatres, 13 / 29 Nicolson Street Edinburgh, EH8 9FT. Registered Scottish Charity SC018605.
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