Citizens Theatre Wins £4.8M Lottery Grant

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The Citizens Theatre in Glasgow has received a £4.8 million grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund for its “transformational redevelopment” project.

The scheme is for the conservation, repair and expansion of one of Scotland’s oldest working theatres. The money will be used to “protect the physical asset for future generations” while preserving and revealing the best parts of its heritage.

The project will ensure The Citz, as it is known, continues to deliver world-class theatre. Judith Kilvington, its executive director, said: “This critical funding will allow us not only to preserve our Victorian theatre, but also to tell stories which help to uncover and communicate the physical, architectural, social and cultural heritage of the Citizens Theatre to many future generations of theatregoers, participants, and visitors.

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