Assems walls undergo expert paint analysis Part 1

You may have noticed over the past weeks that the exterior walls of The Assems have started to stand out a bit more beneath its currently scaffold cladded façade. Amongst the series of works being undertaken to restore the building, a key focus has been to restore the original stonework. 

The Assems behind the scenes - Pre-construction phase


Take a look around behind the scenes of Tamworth Assembly Rooms before it was handed over to start it's big makeover.

This video will take you on a journey from the foyer, along the corridor to the auditorium and even backstage to areas which you may have never seen before!

Keep following the blog as we will be sharing the journey with you as the development continues...



Latest pictures reveal progress on Tamworth Assembly Rooms refurbishment project

Work to transform Tamworth Assembly Rooms into a modern theatre fit for 21st century audiences is progressing well as the historic building’s interior is cleared to make way for a new design and layout.

Many noticeable changes have taken place since the official appointment of principle contractors Novus Property Solutions at the end of last year, who have been busy removing all fixtures and fittings inside the Corporation Street venue.

The Bar area.


The Beatles 55 year anniversary

assembly rooms

February 1st 1963. 55 years ago The Beatles played Tamworth Assembly Rooms

As work progresses on the redevelopment and the next phase of Tamworth Assembly Rooms future, we take the time to reflect on one of the venues most celebrated past memories, the night of February 1st 1963 when The Beatles played the historic venue.


Construction phase to begin on iconic Tamworth Assembly Rooms refurbishment project

assembly rooms

A multi-million pound project to transform Tamworth Assembly Rooms into a modern theatre fit for 21st century audiences is about to get underway in earnest, with construction work due to start in the next few weeks.

Although much work has been carried out internally to survey and prepare the Grade II listed building for its £4.8m makeover, the construction phase of the project can now finally begin.