Name a Seat Campaign

London Theatre Workshop has re-located to Leadenhall Market in the heart of the City of London; the only theatre situated within the Square Mile.

Moving from our previous home in Fulham has meant the opportunity to re-launch and re-develop in a brand new bespoke space, which we have designed from the floorboards up! For the past few months we have been busy creating a brand new black box studio space from what was a series of interconnecting conference rooms. Our studio theatre will join bespoke workshop and office space, making London Theatre Workshop a unique destination venue for artists, theatre practitioners and audiences alike.

To celebrate our move to the City and to raise much-needed funds to improve and develop our infrastructure, we are delighted to launch our “Name a Seat” campaign.

Naming a seat is a very personal way for you or your company to contribute to and support London Theatre Workshop and the exciting theatrical hub we are building.

London Theatre Workshop is a not for profit organisation, which is only able to run thanks to the support and commitment of its volunteer team, known as the LTW Family.

Your generous financial donation will enable us to raise much needed core funds to develop the theatre and ancillary spaces, supporting London Theatre Workshop in our mission of finding, developing and producing work of the highest quality, celebrating the fusion between music and drama.

By gifting a seat you are directly contributing to our family’s future and our commitment to being a collaborative working theatre lab which nurtures budding industry talent and provides an opportunity to develop practical skills in all areas of theatrical production.

A name engraved on a long-lasting plaque on one of our seats is:

  • a way of commemorating someone special
  • a distinctive birthday or anniversary gift
  • a token of your appreciation for one or more of our team members
  • an expression of your or your business’ support for London Theatre Workshop

The Front Row seat – £500 per gifted seat or two seats for £800 (10 available)

This generous donation gives you a plaque on a seat in the front row of the theatre, prime position for all the action and extra leg room!

The benefits:

  • Your name (or other credit) on a plaque on the seat for a period of 2 years
  • 2 tickets to the first press night and after show party in London Theatre Workshop’s opening season.
  • 2 tickets to each show on a night of your choice other than press night in London Theatre Workshop’s opening season.
  • Your name (or other credit) acknowledged on our website
  • Your name (or other credit) included in our Seat Sponsors’ list in the programme for any London Theatre Workshop in house productions for the duration of your seat sponsorship.
  • Priority Booking – Though seating is unreserved generally at London Theatre Workshop all plaque holders when booking tickets for shows will have a chance to reserve their named seat
  • Invitations to certain special events associated with London Theatre Workshop
  • Should you gift a seat prior to our official opening gala weekend you will also receive an invitation for 2 guests per seat sponsorship to one of the opening Gala nights for London Theatre Workshop.

 

General Seating – £250 per gifted seat or 2 seats for £400 (40 available)

This generous donation gives you a plaque on a seat in any row of the theatre, apart from the front and back rows. In this intimate studio space every seat has a great view!

The benefits:

  • Your name (or other credit) on a plaque on the seat for a period of 2 years
  • 2 tickets for two of the shows on a night of your choice other than press night in London Theatre Workshop’s opening season.
  • Your name (or other credit) acknowledged on our website
  • Your name (or other credit) included in our Seat Sponsors’ list in the programme for any London Theatre Workshop in house productions for the duration of your seat sponsorship.
  • Priority Booking – Though seating is unreserved generally at London Theatre Workshop all plaque holders when booking tickets for shows will have a chance to reserve their named seat.
  • Invitations to certain special events associated with London Theatre Workshop
  • Should you gift a seat prior to our official opening gala weekend you will also receive an invitation for 2 guests per seat sponsorship to one of the opening Gala nights for London Theatre Workshop.
There are 50 seats to choose from; so to name your seat download the fillable PDF form via the link below and email it to info@londontheatreworkshop.co.uk
 

Download Seat Sponsor Form

For more information regarding this campaign, or to discover other ways to support London Theatre Workshop, please contact Commercial Director of London Theatre Workshop, Skye Crawford at info@londontheatreworkshop.co.uk.

Hire Our Spaces

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We have a purpose built black box theatre with a seating rake available for hire at London Theatre Workshop.

Nestled right in the heart of the City of London’s financial district, within the beautiful and historic Leadenhall Market. We are just a short walk from Liverpool Street, London Bridge, Bank and Monument stations.

THEATRE

Playing Space
6.5 metres (long)
5.5 metres (wide)

4 tier seating rake not included in these measurements.

Hire Costs :
Monday – Saturday 10 – 6pm £20 per hour
Monday – Saturday 6pm – 10pm £25 per hour (if you hire for more than 2 hours it reverts to £20 per hour)

For more information or to book the space please email info@londontheatreworkshop.co.uk
Other items available for hire include an electric piano – £15 per day.

 

 

Download Press Release – We Are Moving

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Date: Wednesday 21st June – Saturday 8th July
Time: 7:30pm (With Saturday and Sunday Matinees at 2:30pm)
Price: £14 general, £12 concession
Age Recommendation 14+

TRIBE
a new play by Brandon Force, Matthew McCray, and Rowena Russell

“First they let girls join the Scouts, now they’ve created a uniform especially for Muslims. What’s next, atheists!?”

It’s the Summer of 2012. Scout Troop Hoddesdon 9th is in training for a competition against hundreds of other troops. The time has come to tighten those woggles and learn some drills! Order quickly deteriorates as the troop’s six scouts drift into playful imaginary escapades, role-playing and games of power. Scouting policies are under attack nationwide, and now this troop’s members are developing some questions of their own.

TRIBE is a new play about the history, principles and values of Scouting, their intersection with national pride and expansion, and their relevance with the youth of today. Created by an international collaboration, the play explores the impact of changes in Scout policies in the UK to support inclusion, gender parity and religion.
London Theatre Workshop, 88 Gracechurch Street, London, EC3V 0DN
Above New Moon Pub, Leadenhall Market

This production has been supported by London Theatre Workshop throughout its development.
This production is not endorsed by the Scout Association. It is a work of fiction.

City of Champions

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Dates: 17 July – 5 August
17/18/19th July – Previews
20th July – Press Night
29 July  – Matinee performance(2:30pm)
5 August – last performance
NO Sunday/Monday performances (EXCEPT first preview)
Time: All evening performances start 7:30pm (No latecomers will be admitted)
Price: All tickets are £15
Not suitable for children, contains strong language and adult themes

 

CITY OF CHAMPIONS‘ is a new play by Steve  Brown

Set in 2010 in the city of Inglewood, Los Angeles, it focuses on two former nineteen-eighties child superstars, Lonnie Drake and Laurie Munro, who are living with the after effects of early stardom and abuse as teen stars.

Lonnie, a recovering alcoholic, is married and still working in the industry. Laurie, although clean after numerous trips to rehab, is broke and unemployable. He is living in the ‘guest lodge’ in Lonnie’s back garden. Desperate for work and money, a job opportunity presents itself but it means working once again with the director who abused him during his teen career.

A reunion with someone from his past and an unwelcome visit from an old colleague act as the catalyst for Laurie to make a decision to take control of his situation and change everybody’s lives.

Not suitable for children, contains strong language and adult themes.

 

 

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