Theatre Royal / Royal Concert Hall
As part of the Royal Transformation Project, the Nottingham Theatre Royal invested £3.3 million into dramatically improving the building façade and streetscape on Foreman Street. Aside from improving the exterior look, the Royal Concert Hall bars and catering areas were also refurbished with the aim of increasing daytime usage of the venue reaching wider audiences, including improved disabled access, expanding its community and education programme.
“This was always going to be an incredibly ambitious project, and it is remarkable how it was completed in such a relatively short period of time. Our building contractors worked incredibly hard throughout the summer, and we are very impressed with the results. It looks magnificent.”
Managing Director Robert Sanderson
What we delivered:
Being a part of this transformation process was incredibly exciting for us and the end results of the refurbishment are truly remarkable. Due to the nature of the project, we had to work alongside the general public and the performers and the establishment was mostly operational as per usual. We frequently had to manoeuvre around the different areas of the building, ensuring that we kept our work area neat and tidy at all times as well as scheduling our decorators in order to minimise disruption to business operations, shows, and performances.