Trowbridge Arts Director discusses Grants for the Arts Funding on BBC Wiltshire Radio
Tracy Sullivan Talks to Ben Prater about Lottery Funding for Trowbridge Arts
Trowbridge Arts has received £100,000 in Lottery funding to provide performance, exhibitions, workshops and participation in the arts for the town and surrounding areas.
Listen to Trowbridge Arts Director Tracy Sullivan talking to Ben Prater from BBC Radio Wiltshire about how the money is being spent to benefit people in the town and surrounding areas. The programme of events includes thrity-five live performances, weekly youth theatre, and visual art exhibitions throughout the year. (Interview starts at 1.05)
Tickets for theatre performances is kept to an affordable £5-10 per show and entry to the art exhibitions is free. Childrens dance workshops and Youth Theatre classes are also targeted at all young people living locally, and are priced affordably.
Trowbridge Arts is based at Trowbridge Town Hall, which is now open to the public six days a week with the help of volunteers and friends of Trowbridge Town Hall Trust.
All events are publicised on our website, and you can contact us to be added to our mailing list.