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Ref. no.
Description/contact info.
Expires
ATT/PL001
LUSTY GLAZE BEACH
Lusty Glaze Beach is a perfect horseshoe shaped cove nestled at the north end of Newquay Bay. It has an adventure centre with surf school and zip wire abseiling all from the 120 foot high cliffs that surround it. "We have an amazing bar and restaurant that has been voted Top 10 beach bar in Europe by Orange Mobile. This gives us the perfect backdrop for our events. We have everything from live music featuring REEF and the John Butler Trio to the only beach Theatre Night on the north coast of Cornwall. In addition we have beach sports, such as our famous tag rugby event - which is run in tandem with the RFU over the August Bank Holiday weekend - and surf contests such as the flying fish retro event; and brand new for 2011 is the UK's first exclusively Tow-At surf event called "Night Flight", run in partnership with the UK's top surf magazine, Carve. We are opening up new avenues with our events and are looking for partner brands who want to add something different and new to their events portfolio. Please contact us". Contact: Nick Webb, Marketing Manager. Address: Lusty Glaze Beach, Lusty Glaze Road, Newquay TR7 3BL. Tel.: 07990 513694. E-mail:
nick@barefeetpromotions.com.
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ATT/PL002
PUTNEY ARTS THEATRE
Putney Arts Theatre is a community venue home to G64 - theatre for young people - and Putney Theatre Company (PTC) for adults. "G64 runs classes, projects and shows for 350+ participants from 4 - 19 years of age and PTC produces a wide range of productions throughout the year. We also host events by many visiting groups. As a self-supporting organisation we rely on sponsorship to support our building maintenance, fund our ongoing activities and to further our educational reach to schools throughout the borough. We offer various marketing packages which range from programme advertising to funding a show and we can promote your good name through a variety of channels both at the theatre and through social media". Contact: Marie Thackwell, General Manager. Address: Putney Arts Theatre, Ravenna Road, Putney SW15 6AW. Tel.: 020 8788 6943. E-mail:
info@putneyartstheatre.org.uk.
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https://www.facebook.com/PutneyArtsTheatre  
https://twitter.com/PutneyTheatre

 

 

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ATT/PL003
THE THEATRES TRUST
Help to secure the future of theatres in the UK - become associated with improving theatres and securing an important British legacy for future generations. The Theatres Trust helps to promote and protect theatre buildings. The Trust is looking for a range of sponsors to support various activities. Contact: Mhora Samuel, Director. Address: 22 Charing Cross Road, London WC2H 0QL. Tel.: 020 7836 8591. Fax: 020 7836 3302. E-mail:
mhora.samuel@theatrestrust.org.uk
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Description/contact info.
Expires
ATT/001 BIRMINGHAM HIPPODROME
Birmingham Hippodrome has presented the best in entertainment, opera and ballet, dance, comedy and drama for the people of the West Midlands and beyond since 1899. It welcomes 500,000 visitors each year, making it the busiest single theatre in the UK. It is also one of the top five paid-for visitor attractions in the region and one of the top twenty in the UK. 70% of its audience comes from outside Birmingham and of those nearly half come from outside the West Midlands. As a registered charity and independent theatre trust not in receipt of any regular or direct public subsidy, support from the business community is crucial to the organisation to maintain its excellent facilities, to continue to attract acclaimed companies and repertoire from across the world and to implement a vital education and access programme. "We would welcome sponsorship and are happy to discuss the opportunities available". Contact: Hannah Hallam, Development Manager, Birmingham Hippodrome Theatre Development Trust, Hurst Green, Birmingham, B5 4TB. Tel.: 0121 689 3082. Fax: 0121-689-3086. E-mail: hannahhallam@birminghamhippodrome.com
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ATT/002 CENTRAL YOUTH THEATRE
Central Youth Theatre is a Wolverhampton-based youth theatre offering opportunities for young people from across the city. Sponsors can be involved in supporting the work of the group either through sponsoring local projects such as specialist workshops, summer schools, etc. or via national and international exchanges, performances and festivals. Equipment is also required. Contact: Jane Ward, Director. Address: Newhampton Arts Centre, Dunkley Street, Wolverhampton WV1 4AN. Tel.: 01902-572091. E-mail: twwajane@aol.com
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ATT/003 HACKNEY EMPIRE
Be part of the Hackney Empire’s success! Providing a home for new waves of drama, music and dance, the Hackney Empire boasts a position as London’s most exciting theatre. With the recent completion of its £16 million makeover, the Empire is once again open for business and attracting audiences throughout London and the South East. Sponsors can benefit from extensive branding opportunities, corporate entertainment packages, generous ticket discounts for staff members, personal hospitality arrangements and invitations to special events and galas. Full details are available of how the theatre's corporate membership and sponsorship packages can be tailored to sponsors' needs. Contact: Nadia Syed, Marketing Manager. Address: Hackney Empire Theatre, 291 Mare Street, London E8 1EJ. Tel. 0208 510 4500. E-mail: nadia.syed@hackneyempire.co.uk
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ATT/004 HAMPSTEAD THEATRE
For over fifty years, Hampstead Theatre has been one of London's most vibrant and pioneering new writing theatres, where many renowned theatrical personalities have started their affluent careers - Michael Frayn, Harold Pinter and Mike Leigh to name but a few. Despite its artistic success, Hampstead Theatre continues to face financial challenges. The courage to put on stage bold, ambitious and thought-provoking productions costs money. Support from Individuals, Corporate Sponsors and Trusts and Foundations is therefore vital to the ongoing success of Hampstead Theatre. The company offers a number of sponsorship opportunities. These range from business partnership to sponsorship of the new building, supporting its education or writers' programmes, production sponsorship or supporting a specific element of its work. Further information on all opportunities is readily available. Contact: Betsy Remes. Address: 98 Avenue Road, Swiss Cottage, NW3. Tel.: 020 7449 4174. Fax 020 7722 3860. E-mail: betsyr@hampsteadtheatre.com
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ATT/005 INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY ARTS
The ICA programme incorporates all aspects of visual art - design, digital art, photography - as well as theatre, live music, education, networking events, club nights and talks, managing not only to uphold distinctive identities for each genre but also reflecting the multi-disciplinary sensibility which characterises the organisation. There are many opportunities for corporate partners to support the ICA through sponsorship, from one-off events and bespoke projects, through to partnership on major exhibitions. The ICA prides itself on working very closely with its partners, tailoring packages to meet their objectives and budget. Contact: Rosie Allerhand. Address: The Mall, London SW1Y 5AH. Tel.: 020 7766 1414. E-mail: rosie@ica.org.uk
link to website

Sponsorship of the ICA provides opportunities for companies to:

     Align themselves with London's most cutting edge and diverse arts institution
     Access artists and the ICA's creative networks
     Access a diverse target market
     Support a renowned cultural institution thereby receiving substantial exposure and acknowledgement
     Market their brand with targeted publicity and press campaigns including national and international press
     Make use of the ICA building in unique ways
     Entertain clients and employees
     Evaluate projects

 

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ATT/006 THEATRE BY THE LAKE, KESWICK
Over the last nine years, Theatre by the Lake has developed close ties with a number of local businesses and is always delighted to hear from potential new partners. Set in a Lake District beauty spot, the theatre draws affluent audiences from across the UK and is an unrivalled location for hospitality events. Each year, Theatre by the Lake stages three seasons of home-produced work. Locals and visitors alike can enjoy theatre of the very highest calibre from Spring right through the Summer culminating with a family Christmas show. The theatre provides Youth Theatre sessions in Keswick, Cockermouth and Workington. "From one off advertising in our souvenir programmes to full sponsorship of any given season, we're sure we can offer a package to suit your needs!" Contact: Sam Bunting, Head of Marketing. Tel.: 017687 81107. E-mail: sam@theatrebythelake.com.
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ATT/007 THE LONDON CULTURESEEKERS GROUP
The London Cultureseekers Group is a London-based history and culture social group. "We have over 8,300 members in and around London and are looking for sponsors who wish to reach them. You can either have an ad. on our website (see link below) or you can feature in our monthly online magazine which goes out to the membership - or we can promote you at one of the 70+ events that we organise every year. Members' interests are: museums, art galleries, theatre, history, London, travelling, reading and learning". Contact: Robert Coleman, Organiser. Address: 111 Greenslade Road, Barking IG11 9XF. Tel.: 07905 901 834. E-mail:
robert@cultureseekers.org
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Membership demographics

60% Women, 40% Men
Average age of members: 45
90% based in London, 10% in surrounding counties
50% British, 50% overseas students or workers
60% single

 

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ATT/008 LONDON INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF THEATRE
Since 1981, the biennial London International Festival of Theatre has brought the best of the world's contemporary theatre and performance to theatres and outdoor locations across London. LIFT events have been staged in over thirty London venues as well as numerous sites: streets, disused buildings, the river, parks and open spaces. And a far-reaching portfolio of developmental and educational programmes have offered insights about exchange and creativity to many different people, from schoolchildren to captains of industry. Highly respected and acclaimed for its pioneering work, LIFT can offer companies meaningful sponsorship opportunities in relation to its core year round programme of theatre, its Education/Teachers Forum and its Business Arts Forum. Contact: Jonathan May, Development and Marketing Coordinator. Address: 19/20 Great Sutton Street, London EC1V 0DR. Tel.: (44) 20 7968 6800. E-mail: jonathan@liftfestival.com
link to website

 

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ATT/009 MINERVA YOUTH THEATRE
Following the demise of Chester Gateway Theatre (previously listed here), Minerva Youth Theatre was set up in August 2011. Contact: Steph Brocken. Tel.: 07894 858934. E-mail: minerva_arts@live.co.uk
link to website

 

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ATT/010 NITRO
Formerly the Black Theatre Co-operative, this is the longest-established theatre producing new and innovative work by black writers and musicians. Collaborating with leading and emerging black artists and performers, Nitro creates dynamic music theatre events that explore the contemporary black British experience. The company takes a visceral approach to story-telling, creating accessible and popular theatre that combines new writing, original music, drama and dance. From musicals to oratorios, from dance shows to opera, Nitro’s productions celebrate black music, inspired and driven by a wealth of styles from reggae, calypso, salsa, soul, jazz and hip-hop to contemporary opera. For details of sponsorship opportunities, just get in touch. Address: 6 Brewery Road, London N7 9NH. Tel.: 020 7609 1331. Fax: 020 7609 1221. E-mail: info@nitro.co.uk.
link to website

 

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ATT/011 NOTTINGHAM PLAYHOUSE
Nottingham Playhouse produces more new writing for its main stage than any other theatre outside London. Partnerships with Nottingham Playhouse will generate greater brand awareness, business loyalty and PR opportunities focused towards target audiences. "We will help you reach and influence key decision makers. Your company can be associated with an organisation that has a great reputation for producing exciting and dynamic theatre shows and working extensively in the local community". Contact: Nick Lawford, Fundraising and Development Manager. Address: Nottingham Playhouse, Wellington Circus, Nottingham NG1 5AF. Tel.: 0115 873 6235. E-mail: nickl@nottinghamplayhouse.co.uk
link to website

 

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ATT/012 THE PEOPLE'S THEATRE
The People's Theatre in Newcastle upon Tyne is one of the largest amateur theatre groups in the UK and its home in Newcastle boasts two auditoria, an art gallery, workshops and rehearsal facilities. The company is currently upgrading its small studio theatre and is seeking sponsors. The auditorium seats 100 and is used extensively to showcase new talent, including the People's playwriting competition every two years. The upgrade will cost £50,000 and includes upgrades to seating, stage and backstage facilities. Address: Stephenson Road, Heaton, Newcastle upon Tyne NE6 5QF. Tel.: 0191 275 9875. E-mail: enquiries@peoplestheatre.co.uk
link to website

 

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ATT/013 PLAYBOX THEATRE, WARWICK
Playbox Theatre is one of the UK's leading arts organisations working for and with young people, based in Warwick at The Dream Factory, the UK's first custom built theatre for young people. Over 1,500 young people work with the theatre weekly and audiences of 50,000 and upwards see its work at home and on tour annually. Playbox Theatre works closely with its business partners to bring high quality creative and educational opportunities to its members and audiences. Opportunities exist in the form of production sponsorship, education support and special projects. Investment amounts vary and the theatre prides itself in offering a high profile and tailored marketing package in return for investment. Contact: Liane Howard, Director of Corporate Alliances. Address: The Dream Factory, Shelley Avenue, Warwick CV34 6LE. Tel.: 01926-419555. E-mail: liane@playboxtheatre.com.
link to website

 

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ATT/014 ROYAL CENTRE, NOTTINGHAM
The Royal Centre offers the opportunity to sponsor productions at the Theatre Royal Nottingham. Productions can range from one to seven weeks in duration and cover a variety of art forms, including drama, comedy, dance, musicals and family shows. With such a broad spectrum of productions, the theatre is usually able to tailor its packages to meet sponsors' specific target market needs. Corporate and individual support plays a vital role in maintaining the Theatre Royal and Royal Concert Hall's impressive reputation as the finest venues in the East Midlands region. "At the heart of all our sponsorship agreements are your business objectives. We will work with you to develop a successful, mutually rewarding and creative sponsorship package that deliver measurable results. Sponsorship opportunities could include      a whole season of productions    a specific show or performance most relevant to your customers    an education or community event    a classical concert or season    an area of the building    you may also consider an association through in-kind support. Further information on the forthcoming show programme and the cost of specific sponsorship opportunities is available. Contact: Helen Battersby. Address: Royal Centre, Theatre Square, Nottingham NG1 5ND. Tel.: 0115-989-5505. Fax: 0115-989-5602. E-mail: helen.battersby@nottinghamcity.gov.uk
link to website

 

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ATT/015 ROYAL LYCEUM THEATRE, EDINBURGH
Whether you’re rewarding staff, entertaining clients, building your brand or simply looking for a way to demonstrate good corporate social responsibility, the Royal Lyceum Theatre offers a variety of opportunities to do all these things and more. It offers a range of corporate support packages, which can be specifically tailored to the sponsor's needs and budget. "We’ll get together with you, work out what you want and what we can give you, and make sure that before you make any commitment, you are happy with what we're going to offer you in return for your support. In addition to the core benefits of accreditation, regular news and competitions, priority booking and access to seats for sold-out shows, our supporters can choose from a range of additional benefits      complimentary or discounted use of the Lyceum’s excellent hospitality, conference and meeting facilities     an allocation of complimentary and discounted tickets for our world-class productions      invitations to Opening Night parties and receptions". Contact: Development Team. Address: 30b Grindlay Street, Edinburgh EH3 9AX. Tel.: 0131 248 4800. Fax: 0131 228 3955. E-mail: development@lyceum.org.uk

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ATT/016 THE ROYAL NATIONAL THEATRE
The Royal National Theatre offers three levels of corporate membership, plus opportunities for high-level partnerships, production sponsorship, evening sponsorship and education and outreach sponsorship. The NT works with many companies in many different levels - from FTSE100 corporate brands, to small, family-owned firms. "We pride ourselves on our creativity, innovation, flexibility, professionalism and friendly approach". Contact: Martin Prendergast, Head of Corporate Development. Address: South Bank, London SE1 9PX. Tel.: 020 7452 3217. Fax: 020 7452 3210. E-mail: mprendergast@nationaltheatre.org.uk
link to website

 

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ATT/017 ROYAL SHAKESPEARE COMPANY
The Royal Shakespeare Company aims to deliver outstanding performances of Shakespeare, other classical theatre and new plays, to attract and inspire the finest artists, and to delight diverse audiences both nationally and internationally. Each year the Company sells tickets to a million theatregoers at two thousand performances, including over fifty weeks of UK and international touring. The RSC has education and access programmes attached to all its productions aimed at all ages and a real commitment to communicating the excitement of world class theatre in order to generate the audiences of the future. To achieve this, it must increasingly seek business support and investment. Its range of work, its international appeal and its successful experience in working with corporate partners have given the RSC an excellent track record in delivering creative partnerships that companies can use both for corporate entertainment and for communicating messages about brands and products to opinion formers and customers. Numerous partnership opportunities are available for Title sponsorship, project partners, Performance Partnerships, Corporate Membership and classic entertaining packages around the world, including Stratford upon Avon, London and the USA. UK and major international (including America) tour sponsorships are also available, along with broadcasting and multi-media opportunities. In return, companies will receive a range of tailored benefits that are exclusive to each partnership and are consistent with their level of support. These can include clients having dinner with the cast after the performance, voice-coaching sessions and backstage tours. Sponsorship of the RSC thus allows companies the opportunity to be associated with one of the world's leading theatre companies, to entertain clients and staff at world-class productions and to gain media opportunities with extensive coverage throughout the UK and overseas. Registered charity no: 212481. Contact: Kirstin Peltonen, Head of Annual Fund. Address: 1 Earlham Street, London WC2H 9LL. Tel.: 020-7845 0526. Fax: 020-7845 0505. E-mail: kirstin.peltonen@rsc.org.uk
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ATT/018 SOHO THEATRE
Its supporters are crucial to Soho Theatre's aims – producing thrilling, profound new work, giving opportunities to new writers and developing new audiences. "Over the past forty years we have premiered the work of some of the English language's finest writers, produced award-winning work and introduced new generations to the theatre, and we are immensely grateful to all those who help make it possible. There are lots of ways you can support us, and get closer to the very best comedy, cabaret and theatre. To chat about any of our activities, or even if you would like to just run an idea past us, please get in touch". Tel.: 020 7478 0111 (Development Department). E-mail: development@sohotheatre.com.
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ATT/019 SOUTH LONDON THEATRE
South London Theatre is a large community-based theatre in south east London. The organisers are looking for small amounts of sponsorship for each of their twenty-two productions a year, to enable them to maintain and improve upon their standards of production, as well as offering better opportunities for the local community. They are also looking for a sponsor for their children's and youth classes (four different classes ranging from 5 to 18 years). They would particularly welcome a sponsor from the local community. The South London Theatre operates as a registered charity. Contact: Helen Chadney, Chairman. Address: South London Theatre, 2a Norwood High Street, London SE27 9NS. Tel.: 020 8670 3474. E-mail: helen@southlondontheatre.co.uk
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ATT/020 TRAVERSE THEATRE
This is Scotland's new writing theatre and home to the originators of theatrical hits including Trainspotting, Passing Places and Perfect Days. Since its lowly beginnings in an abandoned brothel off the Royal Mile, the Traverse has grown, in almost fifty years, into an internationally-recognised leader in the creation and presentation of new work for the theatre. From the ground-breaking work of Beckett and Barker to the latest plays of leading Scottish writers David Greig, Rona Munro and Gregory Burke, the Traverse has always sought out, nurtured and presented work that inspires challenges and entertains. There are a number of sponsorship opportunities available in connection with Scotland's world-famous Traverse Theatre and Traverse Theatre Company. Educational, venue and performance sponsorships are available. "Help us to continue to shape the future cultural landscape of Scotland with new work that resonates across the world". Address: Traverse Theatre, Cambridge Street, Edinburgh EH1 2ED. Tel.: 0131 228 3223 Fax: 0131 229 8443. E-mail: linda.crooks@traverse.co.uk.
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ATT/021 WATFORD PALACE THEATRE
Watford Palace Theatre is a local theatre with a national reputation. Contributing to the identity of Watford and Hertfordshire, the Palace enriches people's lives, increases pride in the town and raises the profile of the area through its work. The theatre is the creative heart of Watford and a leading arts organisation in Hertfordshire. "We aim to engage with all the communities that surround us and create inclusive live and interactive experiences, developing a reputation for exceptional and diverse theatre. We produce high quality work that is distinctive and ambitious, embracing varied styles and cultures of theatre. This work attracts artists of stature to Watford and provides opportunities to nurture new and emerging artists. As a charity we rely on funds from Arts Council England and Watford Borough Council. On top of this, we receive support from many local businesses and people who contribute to the work we do, so that we can continue delivering enjoyable, exhilarating and accessible productions on stage and beyond. Contact: Development Department. Address: Watford Palace Theatre, 20 Clarendon Road, Watford WD17 1JZ. Tel.: 01923 235455. E-mail: by contact form
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ATT/022 THEATRE ROYAL, YORK
Interested in discussing corporate sponsorships? Contact Linda Hield or Karen Crocker. Tel.: 01904-623568. Address: The Theatre Royal, St Leonard's Place, York YO1 7HD. E-mail: info@theatre-royal-york.co.uk
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ATT/023 YOUNG VIC THEATRE
The Young Vic is one of London's most vibrant and innovative theatres, "the theatre of the moment", (Daily Mail). The company consistently produces world class productions of forgotten classics and challenging new work. The Young Vic works with a range of corporate partners at different levels – from production sponsorships, to support for its work with disadvantaged young people in south London, to membership of its Director's Circle scheme for business involvement. At every level the Young Vic works closely with its sponsors to find benefits that work for them: through ticket allocations, tailor-made workshops with professional theatre directors, brand exposure, press campaigns, events and parties. If you’d like to know more about how they can work with you to enhance your message, call them now. Contact: Caroline Carey, Head of Corporate Relations. Address: 66 The Cut, London SE1 8LZ. Tel.: 020 7922 2812. Fax.: 020 7922 8401. E-mail: carolinecarey@youngvic.org
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