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Build a wall

We are creating a bespoke oak wall in the public foyer and your generous support will be featured on an ‘oak brick’. For a minimum donation of  £1000 your support will help us to purchase a sound-proof, retractable wall separating the auditorium and drama/dance studio and drop-down scenery and curtains. The retractable wall will provide us with the opportunity to increase the performance space and provide us with so many more layouts and creative opportunities. The drop-down scenery and curtains will provide us with a variety intricate and intimate staging opportunities.  Your oak brick can feature your name, a quote or company logo.

Once we have received your form to be part of this special artwork, we will be in touch to discuss your section of the wall.



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