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Our supporters
How can you support our work?

There are many ways you can support Barbican Theatre, from sponsoring a season to sponsoring our Day of Difference training for schools or providing bursaries for young people to take part in Performance Training.

If you would like to find out more about how you can support our work, please contact Jo Cann (Marketing & Communication Manager) on 01752 242018 or email marketing@barbicantheatre.co.uk

 

'Regular Funders & Partners'

The following organisations provide support or are partners of Barbican Theatre’s year-round programme of work:

 

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Arts Council England

As a National Portfolio organisation, Barbican Theatre receive annual funding from Arts Council England
www.artscouncil.org.uk

 

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Plymouth City Council

Barbican Theatre receive regular funding from Plymouth City Council to deliver it’s work across the city
www.plymouth.gov.uk

 

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Esmée Fairbairn Foundation

Esmée Fairbairn Foundation are primary funders of Barbican Theatre’s Flourish artist development programme
www.esmeefairbairn.org.uk

 

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The B-Bar: noodles – music – comedy – coffee

Based at Barbican Theatre, the B-Bar is open daily from 11am, with food cooked from 12pm – serving excellent teas, coffees & drinks, fresh Thai noodles & specials.
www.b-bar.co.uk

 

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Artory

Barbican Theatre are partners on Artory, the What’s On App for culture in Plymouth that earns you Art Miles® to exchange for exclusive offers at venues across Plymouth.
www.artory.co.uk

 

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South Devon Decorative & Fine Arts Society

For 2016/17 Barbican Theatre are in receipt of a generous donation from SDDFAS which goes towards bursaries for our Performance Training programme. Bursaries allow us to offer spaces on our workshops for those who would normally be prohibited by financial barriers.
www.southdevondfas.org.uk

 

'The Jungle Book'

We would like to say a huge THANK YOU to the organisations who have sponsored and supported our Christmas production with Le Navet Bete, ‘The Jungle Book’:

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Marshal Audi: Plymouth

Marshall Audi is part of the Marshall Motor Holdings, a national car dealer group with 106 dealerships and 24 brands. Marshall Audi is proud to sponsor Barbican Theatre and Le Navet Bete’s The Jungle Book.
www.marshallweb.co.uk

 

Wolferstans Solicitors

Wolferstans is a major Plymouth law firm with a history going back to 1812. They provide a wide range of legal services to meet the needs of individuals, families, SME’s public sector and voluntary organisations based throughout Devon and Cornwall.
www.wolferstans.com

 

 

Plymouth Culture

Plymouth Culture strives to ensure a coherent and representative voice for culture in the city, working with and through cultural organisations and individuals to ensure that key areas of funding are coordinated, allowing Plymouth to maximise it’s potential.
www.plymouthculture.co.uk