SWDT SPONSORS & SUPPORT IN KIND  


                               

      

   

         

                                                                                       

 

As a community interest company South West Dance Theatre is always grateful for sponsorship and support in kind.

 

Become a friend of SWDT

 

If you have enjoyed an SWDT show or activity and would like to support future events, you can become a friend for as little as £20 a month. Becoming a friend entitles you to free passes at shows, classes and workshops while supporting the company's activities with regular income. To find out more about how you can become a friend email info@southwestdancetheatre.com.

 

Other ways of supporting SWDT

 

If you would like to support SWDT in any way drop us an email - we'd love to hear from you.

 

 

 

                                                                 

 

UKCPO - who sponsored our event 'Light - from Big Bang to VJs' so that we could make it free to under 16s.

 

The Dance of the Grimm Heroine sponsors

Our Halloween event at Circomedia has been the most fiscally ambitious attempted so far. We are hugely grateful to those who have provided additional financial support to help make the event a success in all areas. This includes:

 

IOP Publishing - who have sponsored tickets at various events so that we have been able to invite local charities to bring people to the show free of charge. Providing help and support to the community is very important to SWDT and we hope that the free tickets will provide a welcome treat to those facing various challenges and who may not usually be able to attend this kind of event. Both Barnardos and Bristol Area for Down Syndrome Support have already taken up the free ticket scheme.

 

Fitness 4 Less - who have helped us with further alleviation of the studio hire costs during the rehearsal period for the show.

 

Circomedia - who have helped us with support in kind with some of the hire costs as well as tips in making the most of the technical aspects of the venue.


We would also like to say thank-you to... 

  • Fitness4Less for the constant support in kind with affordable rehearsal studio space, not to mention the much needed additional financial support in the run up to the Dance of the Grimm Heroine
  • The Quartet Community Foundation for funding our outreach program this winter 2012.
  • IOP Publishing who are sponsoring tickets to From Bristol to Broadway at Colston Hall as part of our outreach program 
  • Philtone who have donated their support and expertise to create our flyers for From Bristol to Broadway
  • Katy Noakes for her mentorship and support 
  • The Mercure Bristol Holland House Hotel who provided the venue for our July fundraising dance extravaganza Lights, Camera, Action!
  • Jerry Cowhig for ongoing help and support 
  • The Bristol SouthBank Centre who accomodated our 1st birthday performance and party

 To everyone who has helped us along the way so far, thank-you!