Friday, 14 November 2014
Tuesday, 4 November 2014
Tuesday, 28 October 2014
|Main Auditorium 28th October 2014|
|Roof of main auditorium 24th October 2014|
|Air handling ducts 28th October 2014|
|Mezzanine seating 28th October 2014|
|Projection room roof 28th October 2014|
|Plant room 28th October 2014|
Thursday, 3 July 2014
Despite some pretty awful weather early in the year we have cracked-on with the build and are pretty much on schedule and on budget.
Sunday, 15 December 2013
As a little taste of what's to come - Fletcher and Kino got together on Saturday 14th December for the the first of (hopefully) many free, informal screenings of classic films.
On one of the coldest nights of the year, a hardy few sat through the whole film - but over 100 people came to see what we were doing, giving us a chance to explain the plan, There was unanimous support and that wasn't just because of the free mulled-wine.
Friday, 22 November 2013
While it was business as usual for the rest of Rye, Architects, Engineers, acoustics experts and many other specialist trades have been working hard in the pre-construction phase. In order to make sure that there are no surprises and that when the building starts, we can complete on time and in budget, we've had to organise…and pay for…
Friday, 10 May 2013
|Paul Humm of Chris Butler Archeological Services|
Caroline Russell, Paul Humm and Andrew Bradshaw spent 2 days digging through rubble and years of building refuse - the resulting holes are 1m wide x 2m long x 1.2m deep .
Nothing of note was found and the underlying clay has been exposed,
|Caspar Johnson and Andrew Bradshaw|
Caspar Johnson, East Sussex County Archeologist joined Caroline, Paul and Andrew on site on Thursday.
It's amazing how much soil and spoil can be shifted by 3 hard-working experts.
Every good project starts with a big hole!
Who are we?
Fletcher in Rye CIC
A group of local residents with experience in Business, Banking and Theatre.
We came together originally to try to establish a theatre in The Monastery and promote the name of John Fletcher - the Jacobean playwright, and colleague of Shakespeare - who was born in Rye. The group’s focus switched to Lion Street when it was threatened with redevelopment.
We're building links with local businesses (including Jonathan Dunn Architects and Kino Digital) - helping us preserve Rye’s heritage by establishing creative and sustainable uses for its historic and potentially redundant buildings.