Sponsorship at Tobacco Factory Theatres is as easy as 1, 2, 3!  Our aim is always to tailor our offering to the requirements of our sponsors.

    Recent examples include:

    Bristol grammar school

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    This Christmas 2018/19, Bristol Grammar School are supporting our in-house production of The Borrowers and supporting Tobacco Factory Theatres as we stage Beasty Baby.

    This builds on their previous support of Tobacco Factory Theatres in 2017 as we staged our Christmas shows Beauty and the Beast (a Tobacco Factory Theatres, New International Encounter and Cambridge Junction co-production) and The Ugly Duckling (a Travelling Light and Tobacco Factory Theatres co-production). They also previously supported us staging the family production Yana And The Yeti (Pickled Image) at their fabulous 1532 Performing Arts Centre as part of Tobacco Factory Theatres BEYOND.

    Kate Jones, Assistant Head, Admissions and Marketing says “Performing arts are an integral part of every child’s experience at Bristol Grammar school and we are delighted to have to opportunity to work with Tobacco Factory Theatres to sponsor the two Christmas productions. We also worked with them in staging Yana and the Yeti in October in 1532 and look forward to many more collaborations”.


    We are delighted to announce that Pukka Herbs has become the official Wellbeing Partner at Tobacco Factory Theatres. Pukka’s sponsorship will help support our relaxed performances and our green initiatives. Read more about the partnership.

    Sebastian Pole, Pukka’s Co-founder said: “Pukka Herbs was born in Bristol in 2001. We are proud of our roots and support a number of local organisations, such as Tobacco Factory Theatres, whose values are aligned to ours. At the heart of our ethos are wellbeing, sustainability and creativity. We are delighted to support the Tobacco Factory Theatres’s commitment to sustainable energy and emphasis on inclusivity through creative community projects.”


    Whistl were sole sponsors of the Brewery Theatre in 2014 and 2015

    Their package of benefits included free tickets and tailor made corporate entertainment evenings.

    “Many thanks to you and all your team for an excellent evening. Everyone had a great night, they really loved the venue, food, company and the show. I think the format was spot on! We definitely want to do a couple more this year.”

    Richard Croft, Sales Director Strategic Accounts




    IOP supported our exciting and fast developing work with Children and Young People in Bristol through our Get Involved department.

    “We’ve been a member of the Business Club for 6 years and also sponsored the Christmas production. We’re now delighted to extend our support through Get Involved, for young people, which introduces children to the theatre in a fun and engaging way while helping to develop their personal skills. Through this new initiative, we’re able make the principles of our corporate social responsibility policy a reality and really make a difference in our local area.”

    Karen Gill, HR Director, IOP Publishing


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    Redmaids’ High School is supporting Tobacco Factory Theatres as it stages A View From the Bridge as well as supporting our Get Involved activity for Young People.

    Our Get Involved Producer, Ailie deBonnaire says:
    “Redmaids’ High School’s support for our GET INVOLVED programme is allowing us to introduce loads of fresh young people to the theatre for the first time, encouraging them to take part in a range of activities such as discussions and debates chaired by young people for young people.  Their support really is helping us break new ground.”

    As part of their package of support, Redmaids’ High School will receive a series of workshops linked to productions at the theatre. As part of the partnership, in October Ailie facilitated a workshop for drama students that explored our major new production, Samuel Beckett’s Waiting For Godot.

    Sarah McCormack, Head of Drama and Theatre Studies at Redmaids’ High School, says: “Tobacco Factory Theatres stage so many excellent shows which we regularly bring our students to see. Drama is such a vital part of every young person’s education that we are delighted to be helping to introduce theatre to more young people through our partnership. And the workshops Tobacco Factory Theatres professionals are bringing an invaluable added dimension to our own students’ learning.”

    For more information email Jen Warner at jen@tobaccofactorytheatres.com or call on 0117 963 0949.