New website showcases Trinity Arts Centre!

Trinity Arts Centre website

Gainsborough’s Trinity Arts Centre is delighted to present its brand-new website showcasing its beautiful venue and the array of amazing upcoming shows!

The grade II listed building is cultural hub offering a dynamic programme of live theatre, music, comedy and cinema for the residents of West Lindsey and beyond.

Along with a series of facilities available to hire, they can now be checked out in more detail on their new, well-needed site.  

Cllr Paul Howitt-Cowan, member champion for heritage and leisure at West Lindsey District Council said: “This is a great step forward for the Trinity Arts Centre. With the old website being over 10 years old, it really needed that modern touch adding to it.

“I strongly encourage residents to take a look at the new site as there may be something which they never knew about the venue, such as the different rooms available to hire and the different shows they put on.”

The new website which has been funded by the Cultural Recovery Fund, a grant supporting cultural organisations through the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, was awarded following a successful application in Autumn 2021 to the Arts Council.

The venue has worked with Lincolnshire’s award-winning digital agency, Laser Red, to develop the new site, ensuring it is in line with the latest digital trends. West Lindsey Council hosted the previous website for the Arts Centre but now it has a bespoke site, providing customers with a more user-friendly experience. It offers a selection of drop-down menus such as: What’s On, Hire Us, Get Involved and Latest News.   

Craig Sanders, Trinity Arts Centre Manager said he was excited to share the new website. He said: “It has been such a long time coming but as we grow in size it’s so important that we keep up-to-date digitally too, and we are so fortunate that we have the opportunity.

“The new site has been expertly designed and is flexible, modular and a visual online representation of our beautiful venue. Customers will now be able to explore the website in more detail, from viewing the different facilities available to finding out how communities can get involved with the theatre.”

The unique picture-house and theatre is housed in a stunning grade II listed Church dating back to 1843 in Gainsborough. It is run by West Lindsey District Council and has undergone significant investment in recent years including new seating, projector, lighting and a make-over of the inside of the building. The changes have been captured by Electric Egg, a local photography company whose images have been used on our website.

Why not visit the new website to take a look for yourself.

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