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Theatr Fach and the Little Theatre Guild

Theatr Fach Llangefni has been an active member of the Little Theatre Guild of Great Britain since 1963,The Little Theatre Guild formed after the Second World War to stimulate interest in amateur theatre around the country.

Logo : Little Theatre Guild

The Little Theatre Guild or LTG has in excess of 100 member theatres right across the United Kingdom, ranging from 64 seat auditorium up to 450 seat auditorium, and the membership increases each year. This includes theatres that present only four plays per year to those that present a continuous repertoire. In most years LTG theatres present well over 800 productions to an audience approaching three-quarters of a million patrons. This means that LTG theatres not only create a huge financial turnover of several million pounds a year, but make a significant artistic and creative contribution to live theatre around the country.

In a world of ever increasing legislation relating to such areas as Health and Safety, Premises licensing, changes to the VAT regime, Children in Performance regulations plus the latest vetting and barring scheme, LTG members value the ‘Grey Papers’ that are produced to explain the law and regulatory requirements.

With regular national and regional conferences there is the opportunity to network and share experiences, both good and bad, to learn from others experiences that will help theatres to avoid the pitfalls that others have experienced.

Theatr Fach was proud to host the 2013 Little Theatre Guild Northern Region Conference for a second time.

Rhys : Theatr Fach's representative at the LTG

Emyr Rhys-Jones has represented Theatr Fach at the LTG since 1994 . Rhys is currently the Northern Secretary for the LTG with responsibility for Scotland, Northern Ireland, Northern England and North Wales.

The current Patron of the LTG is Sir Kenneth Branagh who replaced Sir Ian McKellen

You can find The LTG on Facebook and Twitter

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