Friends of the Regent

The Friends of the Regent is a voluntary group established in 1995 during the fight to save the Regent Theatre. Its primary activities are to support the theatre through the provision of Front of House services and fundraising.

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"In the Spotlight" - the magazine of the Friends of the Regent (Theatre)

"In the Spotlight" - the magazine of the Friends of the Regent (Theatre)

The thirteenth newsletter of the Friends of the Regent. The Regent Theatre in Broadway, opened 4 July 1930 as a cinema and theatre. It was designed by Charles Hollingshed for owners Williamson Films Ltd, and built of reinforced concrete by Julian and Co at a cost of £46,000. One of its features is a solid marble staircase. In the 1990s the theatre was purchased by the Palmerston North City Council and restored as the city's premier theatre. It is leased to the Regent Theatre Trust Board who run the facility.

 
"In the Spotlight" - the magazine of the Friends of the Regent (Theatre)

"In the Spotlight" - the magazine of the Friends of the Regent (Theatre)

Vol 8, No.1 newsletter of the Friends of the Regent. The Regent Theatre in Broadway, opened 4 July 1930 as a cinema and theatre. It was designed by Charles Hollingshed for owners Williamson Films Ltd, and built of reinforced concrete by Julian and Co at a cost of £46,000. One of its features is a solid marble staircase. In the 1990s the theatre was purchased by the Palmerston North City Council and restored as the city's premier theatre. It is leased to the Regent Theatre Trust Board who run the facility.

 
"In the Spotlight" - the magazine of the Friends of the Regent (Theatre)

"In the Spotlight" - the magazine of the Friends of the Regent (Theatre)

Newsletter of the Friends of the Regent, before the re-opening. The Regent Theatre in Broadway, opened 4 July 1930 as a cinema and theatre. It was designed by Charles Hollingshed for owners Williamson Films Ltd, and built of reinforced concrete by Julian and Co at a cost of £46,000. One of its features is a solid marble staircase. In the 1990s the theatre was purchased by the Palmerston North City Council and restored as the city's premier theatre. It is leased to the Regent Theatre Trust Board who run the facility.

 
"In the Spotlight" - the magazine of the Friends of the Regent (Theatre)

"In the Spotlight" - the magazine of the Friends of the Regent (Theatre)

The fifth newsletter of the Friends of the Regent. It features a report by Val Kennedy on working at the Regent. The Regent Theatre in Broadway, opened 4 July 1930 as a cinema and theatre. It was designed by Charles Hollingshed for owners Williamson Films Ltd, and built of reinforced concrete by Julian and Co at a cost of £46,000. One of its features is a solid marble staircase. In the 1990s the theatre was purchased by the Palmerston North City Council and restored as the city's premier theatre. It is leased to the Regent Theatre Trust Board who run the facility.

 
"In the Spotlight" - the magazine of the Friends of the Regent (Theatre)

"In the Spotlight" - the magazine of the Friends of the Regent (Theatre)

Newsletter (unnumbered) of the Friends of the Regent, featuring an article the saving of the Regent, and profiles of staff and Evelyn Strugnell, Committee member. The Regent Theatre in Broadway, opened 4 July 1930 as a cinema and theatre. It was designed by Charles Hollingshed for owners Williamson Films Ltd, and built of reinforced concrete by Julian and Co at a cost of £46,000. One of its features is a solid marble staircase. In the 1990s the theatre was purchased by the Palmerston North City Council and restored as the city's premier theatre. It is leased to the Regent Theatre Trust Board who run the facility.

 
"In the Spotlight" - the magazine of the Friends of the Regent (Theatre)

"In the Spotlight" - the magazine of the Friends of the Regent (Theatre)

Vol 5, No.2 newsletter of the Friends of the Regent. The Regent Theatre in Broadway, opened 4 July 1930 as a cinema and theatre. It was designed by Charles Hollingshed for owners Williamson Films Ltd, and built of reinforced concrete by Julian and Co at a cost of £46,000. One of its features is a solid marble staircase. In the 1990s the theatre was purchased by the Palmerston North City Council and restored as the city's premier theatre. It is leased to the Regent Theatre Trust Board who run the facility.

 
"In the Spotlight" - the magazine of the Friends of the Regent (Theatre)

"In the Spotlight" - the magazine of the Friends of the Regent (Theatre)

The nineth newsletter of the Friends of the Regent, featuring a history of saving the Regent, Annual Report and profiles of committee members. The Regent Theatre in Broadway, opened 4 July 1930 as a cinema and theatre. It was designed by Charles Hollingshed for owners Williamson Films Ltd, and built of reinforced concrete by Julian and Co at a cost of £46,000. One of its features is a solid marble staircase. In the 1990s the theatre was purchased by the Palmerston North City Council and restored as the city's premier theatre. It is leased to the Regent Theatre Trust Board who run the facility.

 
"In the Spotlight" - the magazine of the Friends of the Regent (Theatre)

"In the Spotlight" - the magazine of the Friends of the Regent (Theatre)

The eighth newsletter of the Friends of the Regent, featuring an article on Phyl Goodall who worked at the Regent, and profiles on committee members. The Regent Theatre in Broadway, opened 4 July 1930 as a cinema and theatre. It was designed by Charles Hollingshed for owners Williamson Films Ltd, and built of reinforced concrete by Julian and Co at a cost of £46,000. One of its features is a solid marble staircase. In the 1990s the theatre was purchased by the Palmerston North City Council and restored as the city's premier theatre. It is leased to the Regent Theatre Trust Board who run the facility.

 
"In the Spotlight" - the magazine of the Friends of the Regent (Theatre)

"In the Spotlight" - the magazine of the Friends of the Regent (Theatre)

Issue No #02 newsletter of the Friends of the Regent, featuring interviews with Craig Dustin and Braden Noel. The Regent Theatre in Broadway, opened 4 July 1930 as a cinema and theatre. It was designed by Charles Hollingshed for owners Williamson Films Ltd, and built of reinforced concrete by Julian and Co at a cost of £46,000. One of its features is a solid marble staircase. In the 1990s the theatre was purchased by the Palmerston North City Council and restored as the city's premier theatre. It is leased to the Regent Theatre Trust Board who run the facility.

 
"In the Spotlight" - the magazine of the Friends of the Regent (Theatre)

"In the Spotlight" - the magazine of the Friends of the Regent (Theatre)

Vol 7, No.2 newsletter of the Friends of the Regent, featuring a profile on Peter Doherty and the Annual Report. The Regent Theatre in Broadway, opened 4 July 1930 as a cinema and theatre. It was designed by Charles Hollingshed for owners Williamson Films Ltd, and built of reinforced concrete by Julian and Co at a cost of £46,000. One of its features is a solid marble staircase. In the 1990s the theatre was purchased by the Palmerston North City Council and restored as the city's premier theatre. It is leased to the Regent Theatre Trust Board who run the facility.

 
"In the Spotlight" - the magazine of the Friends of the Regent (Theatre)

"In the Spotlight" - the magazine of the Friends of the Regent (Theatre)

The fourth magazine of the Friends of the Regent. It features a report on working at the Regent by Lionel Ward, the Annual Report, activities of the Theatre, and more. The Regent Theatre in Broadway, opened 4 July 1930 as a cinema and theatre. It was designed by Charles Hollingshed for owners Williamson Films Ltd, and built of reinforced concrete by Julian and Co at a cost of £46,000. One of its features is a solid marble staircase. In the 1990s the theatre was purchased by the Palmerston North City Council and restored as the city's premier theatre. It is leased to the Regent Theatre Trust Board who run the facility.

 
"In the Spotlight" - the magazine of the Friends of the Regent (Theatre)

"In the Spotlight" - the magazine of the Friends of the Regent (Theatre)

The eleventh newsletter of the Friends of the Regent. The Regent Theatre in Broadway, opened 4 July 1930 as a cinema and theatre. It was designed by Charles Hollingshed for owners Williamson Films Ltd, and built of reinforced concrete by Julian and Co at a cost of £46,000. One of its features is a solid marble staircase. In the 1990s the theatre was purchased by the Palmerston North City Council and restored as the city's premier theatre. It is leased to the Regent Theatre Trust Board who run the facility.

 
"In the Spotlight" - the magazine of the Friends of the Regent (Theatre)

"In the Spotlight" - the magazine of the Friends of the Regent (Theatre)

The seventeenth newsletter of the Friends of the Regent, featuring information on Committee members and roles and an obituary for Mary Adelaide, Front of House volunteer. The Regent Theatre in Broadway, opened 4 July 1930 as a cinema and theatre. It was designed by Charles Hollingshed for owners Williamson Films Ltd, and built of reinforced concrete by Julian and Co at a cost of £46,000. One of its features is a solid marble staircase. In the 1990s the theatre was purchased by the Palmerston North City Council and restored as the city's premier theatre. It is leased to the Regent Theatre Trust Board who run the facility.

 
"In the Spotlight" - the magazine of the Friends of the Regent (Theatre)

"In the Spotlight" - the magazine of the Friends of the Regent (Theatre)

Vol 9, No.1 newsletter of the Friends of the Regent, featuring the Annual Report, and article on Jann Menalda. The Regent Theatre in Broadway, opened 4 July 1930 as a cinema and theatre. It was designed by Charles Hollingshed for owners Williamson Films Ltd, and built of reinforced concrete by Julian and Co at a cost of £46,000. One of its features is a solid marble staircase. In the 1990s the theatre was purchased by the Palmerston North City Council and restored as the city's premier theatre. It is leased to the Regent Theatre Trust Board who run the facility.

 
"In the Spotlight" - the magazine of the Friends of the Regent (Theatre)

"In the Spotlight" - the magazine of the Friends of the Regent (Theatre)

Vol 4, No.1 newsletter of the Friends of the Regent, featuring staff and their roles and an article on Stephen Fisher. The Regent Theatre in Broadway, opened 4 July 1930 as a cinema and theatre. It was designed by Charles Hollingshed for owners Williamson Films Ltd, and built of reinforced concrete by Julian and Co at a cost of £46,000. One of its features is a solid marble staircase. In the 1990s the theatre was purchased by the Palmerston North City Council and restored as the city's premier theatre. It is leased to the Regent Theatre Trust Board who run the facility.

 
"In the Spotlight" - the magazine of the Friends of the Regent (Theatre)

"In the Spotlight" - the magazine of the Friends of the Regent (Theatre)

Vol 5, No.1 newsletter of the Friends of the Regent, featuring profiles on new Committee members and Charles Forbes, Manager. The Regent Theatre in Broadway, opened 4 July 1930 as a cinema and theatre. It was designed by Charles Hollingshed for owners Williamson Films Ltd, and built of reinforced concrete by Julian and Co at a cost of £46,000. One of its features is a solid marble staircase. In the 1990s the theatre was purchased by the Palmerston North City Council and restored as the city's premier theatre. It is leased to the Regent Theatre Trust Board who run the facility.

 
"In the Spotlight" - the magazine of the Friends of the Regent (Theatre)

"In the Spotlight" - the magazine of the Friends of the Regent (Theatre)

The nineteenth newsletter of the Friends of the Regent, featuring the Annual Report and 75th anniversary of the Regent. The Regent Theatre in Broadway, opened 4 July 1930 as a cinema and theatre. It was designed by Charles Hollingshed for owners Williamson Films Ltd, and built of reinforced concrete by Julian and Co at a cost of £46,000. One of its features is a solid marble staircase. In the 1990s the theatre was purchased by the Palmerston North City Council and restored as the city's premier theatre. It is leased to the Regent Theatre Trust Board who run the facility.

 
"In the Spotlight" - the magazine of the Friends of the Regent (Theatre)

"In the Spotlight" - the magazine of the Friends of the Regent (Theatre)

The eighteenth newsletter of the Friends of the Regent, featuring the Annual Report and Committee member profiles. The Regent Theatre in Broadway, opened 4 July 1930 as a cinema and theatre. It was designed by Charles Hollingshed for owners Williamson Films Ltd, and built of reinforced concrete by Julian and Co at a cost of £46,000. One of its features is a solid marble staircase. In the 1990s the theatre was purchased by the Palmerston North City Council and restored as the city's premier theatre. It is leased to the Regent Theatre Trust Board who run the facility.

 
"In the Spotlight" - the magazine of the Friends of the Regent (Theatre)

"In the Spotlight" - the magazine of the Friends of the Regent (Theatre)

The tenth newsletter of the Friends of the Regent, featuring an Article on Manager, Charles Forbes and other staff of the Regent, and profiles on committe members. The Regent Theatre in Broadway, opened 4 July 1930 as a cinema and theatre. It was designed by Charles Hollingshed for owners Williamson Films Ltd, and built of reinforced concrete by Julian and Co at a cost of £46,000. One of its features is a solid marble staircase. In the 1990s the theatre was purchased by the Palmerston North City Council and restored as the city's premier theatre. It is leased to the Regent Theatre Trust Board who run the facility.

 
"In the Spotlight" - the magazine of the Friends of the Regent (Theatre)

"In the Spotlight" - the magazine of the Friends of the Regent (Theatre)

The sixth newsletter of the Friends of the Regent. It features an article on Val Page, former manager of the Regent Theatre, and profiles some of the Committee members. The Regent Theatre in Broadway, opened 4 July 1930 as a cinema and theatre. It was designed by Charles Hollingshed for owners Williamson Films Ltd, and built of reinforced concrete by Julian and Co at a cost of £46,000. One of its features is a solid marble staircase. In the 1990s the theatre was purchased by the Palmerston North City Council and restored as the city's premier theatre. It is leased to the Regent Theatre Trust Board who run the facility.

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