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Future secured for Aberdeen’s Tivoli Theatre

June 30 2010

Future secured for Aberdeen’s Tivoli Theatre
A Venetian/Gothic theatre in Aberdeen, designed by Charles John Phipps and James Matthews with later alterations by Frank Matcham, could be saved from dereliction after a £520k was awarded by the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Owner Brian Hendry has prepared a business plan for the forgotten edifice outlining how it could be transformed into a new mixed use venue for the granite city.

Tivoli Theatre is grade A listed but currently languishes on the Buildings at Risk Register, though its condition is described as “fair”.

The grant will be used by Hendry to construct a new roof and to make the theatre wind and watertight and follows £400k of urgent repair work carried out by the businessman..

Hendry will retain the auditorium and stage in his £4m plan whilst opening up the possibility of incorporating a dance stusio, rehearsal space, gymnasium or function room.

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