Friends of Brentwood Theatre
At Brentwood Theatre, most of our income comes from the fee we charge the (mainly non-professional) performing groups that hire the Theatre to put on their shows here, but we still need to raise in excess of fifteen thousand pounds every year just to 'stand still'.
Through fundraising events and the generosity of many, we are able to keep our costs as low as possible for these groups. As a Friend of Brentwood Theatre, you can help to ensure that we can continue to provide this amazing community facility.
For a minimum donation of just £25 per year, you will receive
* advance notice of all of Brentwood Theatre's 'own' productions and special events
* special offers from time to time
* one night's free use of The Spotlight Bar as a meeting space
* free mailings every two months updating you with all forthcoming productions
To download an application form (which enables us to claim back Gift Aid, adding around a quarter to your donation if you are a tax-payer) please click here
Others ways to help
Volunteering and you - Front of House and Technical volunteers
Please click on the above to find out about volunteering backstage, in the office or Front of House.
The Stephen Moyer 'take the kids to the Theatre' appeal
Since 2009, the international supporters brought to us through our Patron, Stephen Moyer, have done a great job in paying for children from local schools, who otherwise could not afford to come to see us, even though we keep our prices low.
For more details from All Stephen Moyer and how they have helped to promote our Christmas show every year, please click here
Reaching Out, Building On
To find out about our successful appeal to raise enough money to provide proper dressing rooms and backstage facilities, please click on the above.
Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raging Queens
One of the most exciting fundraising projects was Brentwood Theatre Company's production of Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raging Queens, which transferred for one day only to The Fortune Theatre, London. The cast of over seventy gave their time for nothing and the result was a show which all involved will remember for the rest of their lives.
For the newspaper reviews please click on the following :-
Brentwood Gazette Review
Brentwood Weekly News Review
The Romford Recorder Review
For a copy of the show poster please click here