Give The Magic of Theatre
Remember when you fell in love with theatre?
Think back to your first visit to the theatre. The excitement and feeling of awe as you looked around from your plush red seat. The hush as the house lights went down and the orchestra struck up the opening bars. The sense of being transported into a different, magical world.
For many young people this unforgettable experience seems out of reach. You can help us change that by becoming a Theatre Guardian and sponsoring a disadvantaged young person's theatre journey.
Please scroll down to see the various gift levels and what they would do for young people. At whichever level you choose, you can experience the magic of theatre with the young people you support by sharing their theatre journey.
How to become a Theatre Guardian:
To become a Theatre Guardian straight away, use one of the methods below, or call Emily Sanctuary on 020 7632 4118, or send cheque along with the Guardianship form through the post.
Become a Theatre Guardian and help change young people's lives.
The levels below gives an example of what a donation of each amount could achieve. These are suggested amounts – if you would like to donate an alternative figure, please do so.
Could give 10 secondary school students the opportunity to experience a top London theatre production
Could send 5 low-income families on their first outing to a West End show together
Could take a class of state school students to the theatre including a Q&A with the cast or creative team
Could bring a school group to the theatre enhanced by a series of education workshops
Special Needs School (£2,500)
Could enable 20 pupils with disabilities and special needs to take part in a tailor-made theatre project
Youth Group (£5,000)
Could provide 2 youth groups in deprived London neighbourhoods with a bespoke drama project, including a theatre visit
Guardian Angel (£10,000)
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- Last modified on Friday, 10 March 2017 17:00