Give the Gift

    Celebrate with Us

    As we look back over the past year, we are celebrating how Tobacco Factory Theatres has been a home for creativity and bringing people together, enabling us to connect with so many people and giving us countless gifts and memorable moments. 

    We welcomed over 80,000 people through our doors,  including working with over 400 artists and engaging over 7000 members of our community – many of whom have not experienced theatre before – in courses, workshops and training run by our Get Involved team. As a charity that receives just 5% from public subsidy, we rely on ticket sales and on your support to make these life changing experiences happen.

    This Christmas we are sharing some of this year’s memorable moments with you and inviting you to #givethegift. A donation this Christmas will mean we can engage with even more people in 2020 and allow us to build on the incredible work we are doing with our communities in Bristol.

    Take a look at the Give the Gift tab above to see all the memorable moments we are celebrating.

    You can support our Give the Gift campaign by sharing some of our #givethegift posts on social media or by making a donation today.

    Give the Gift

    to 40 neurodiverse and disabled children in our Schools Takeover

    to the 50 members of our Factory Singers community choir

    to all those attending our Relaxed performances

    by offering as many roles as possible to actors and creatives living locally enabling people to stay at home with their families

    with over 70 bursary places available across our activities

    to our Young Producers who bring unforgettable productions to our Spielman Theatre each year

    to 16-26 year olds with our lower priced, £10 tickets

    to the families of over 110 members of our Young Theatre Makers

    to over 80,000 people who came through our doors this year

    by offering space and support for free to artists developing new work

    to over 15 schools and the students who took part in our workshops