Looking ahead to the future

Luton Culture team from left: Creative producer Ellen Waghorn, arts and community engagement manager Fahim Qureshi and Director of arts and museums Karen Perkins
Luton Culture team from left: Creative producer Ellen Waghorn, arts and community engagement manager Fahim Qureshi and Director of arts and museums Karen Perkins

Luton Library Theatre has a new look and a new mission.

Its bar has been redecorated, there are plans for a roof top terrace and it’s being promoted as the place where audiences – and stars – of the future will be created and encouraged.

Launching an Autumn season packed with shows to appeal to aspiring youngsters, Luton Culture creative producer Ellen Waghorn said: “Children are key to our venue.

“They’re our next generation of theatre-goers and performers. There’s lots of talent in Luton and we have this wonderful space where we can help artists develop.

“We want to bring literature to life - and what better place than a theatre situated in a library?”

She added: “This marks the start of a new future – we want to share our ideas and passion and get everyone talking about Luton Library Theatre and its potential.”

In addition to a great line-up of productions, the theatre will also host Script Lab, a competition for up-and-coming playwrights.

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