RSC costume workshops set for multi-million pound revamp

An ambitious £8.7million plan to redevelop the RSC’s costume workshops has been revealed. An application detailing the project was submitted to Stratford District Council last week and if the necessary permissions are granted, work could begin at the site on Waterside next summer.

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