In recognition of our artistic achievements, Arts Council England recently granted us National Portfolio Organisation status, which has given us a solid platform from which to launch the exciting next phase of our work and to continue to develop our key role in the evolution of site-responsive theatre in the UK and beyond.
Nevertheless, our support from the Arts Council represents a quarter of the funding we need to continue to produce challenging and ambitious projects.
We rely heavily on the generosity of our supporters to allow us to fulfil our potential, our contribution to world theatre and our commitment to the public.
By joining us on the next stage of our journey as a Member or a Patron, you will be supporting our long-term plans and specific projects.
Thanks to Catalyst funding, the Arts Council will top up every donation received before 28 June 2015 by an additional 66 per cent – for example, a £10 donation actually becomes worth £16.66! This really is a unique opportunity to substantially increase the value of your contribution towards our future.
If you can afford a larger gift, please follow the link below to make a secure donation via PayPal – you don’t need a PayPal account to use this facility.
Joint Membership: £60 per year
(for two people living at the same address)
- Priority booking for all productions (via the dreamthinkspeak office)
- Invitations to exclusive events and talks (at least one each year)
- Invitations to Research and Development presentations
- Regular mailings with news and information regarding future productions
Do you feel passionate about our work and the future of site-responsive theatre?
Would you like to be more closely involved with the development and realization of our vision?
If so, we would be delighted to invite you to join our growing number of Patrons. Donations start at £1,000 per annum.
Please contact Jennifer Rodrigues on 01273 260 811 or firstname.lastname@example.org for an informal discussion on how you could playing a defining role in the future of dreamthinkspeak.