SPID is a registered charity. All our youth shows and workshops are free to attend. Tickets for our professional shows are either free or deliberately low-priced, to encourage audiences who might otherwise not attend theatre. We rely on the support of arts funding bodies, local councils and organisations, and the generosity of individuals. We are a small and efficiently-run company with low overheads, and every penny we receive goes a long way.
If you would like to champion the arts as a means of building strong communities, push the boundaries of interactive theatre as an accessible and popular art form, regenerate neglected urban spaces, and enable a unique little company to prove that a successful youth theatre and flourishing professional company can run side by side as equals, then please consider supporting SPID.
Click here to listen to a radio clip about SPID’s youth work on BBC Radio London, as part of Children in Need 2012.
For more information, or to discuss any aspect of funding please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
We welcome support from individuals. If you would like to contribute you can donate via Virgin Money Giving. If you would like to donate for specific items – for example, towards refurbishing the community rooms, or for the youth workshops – please leave a message with the details.
Our regular work is funded by BBC Children in Need, RBKC Youth and Corporate Services and John Lyon’s Charity. We currently also have project funding from First Light, EU, Transition Funding and Garfield Weston Foundation. RBKC’s Tenant’s Management Organisation and Riverside Studios also support us as partners.
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