Become a Patron

£1,000 a year

Our Patrons help us invest in new work and new talent. We regard them as theatre’s venture philanthropists.

The Patrons scheme is for individuals, couples or families who want to feel part of the National Theatre of Scotland and make a real difference to what we do.  It’s for people who want to enjoy a special relationship with the National Theatre of Scotland and who in return play a vital role in creating pioneering Scottish theatre at home and on the world stage.

We take Patrons to the heart of what we do, and provide them with invitations to opening nights, an annual supporter gathering hosted by our Artistic Director, behind-the-scenes events, rehearsal room insights, meet-the-cast opportunities and much more across the year, priority booking for National Theatre of Scotland Gala events.

It’s the chance to be part of something exceptional.

Join an inspirational group of supporters, who make the National Theatre of Scotland what it is.

Patrons Membership (Pay Annually)                      
£1000

Patrons Membership (Pay Monthly)                      
£85

Click here to print a copy of the Patrons membership application from.

Or to find out more about becoming a Patron please get in touch with:

Stella Litchfield
Director of Development

T: +44 (0) 141 227 9236
e: stella.litchfield@nationaltheatrescotland.com

Did you know the National Theatre of Scotland is a registered charity? That means we’re eligible for Gift Aid, enabling us to claim an extra 25% from HMRC on your donation at no extra cost to you.

Please remember to Gift Aid your donation if you can.

Please note: a minimum payment of £80 (including VAT at the current rate) secures all benefits. If you choose to become a Patron, any additional payment you make is treated as a donation without encumbrance and qualifies for Gift Aid.

To discuss purchasing benefits separately please contact the Development Department on 0141 227 9236.

 

 

Header Image: Lots and Not Lots by Drew Farrell

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