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Charity nights at the Loft
Piaf
Piaf
April 2012

Raise funds for your charity with a night out at the theatre

Raising money for your charity is easy and effective as well as being a pleasurable and sociable experience when you do it in conjunction with the Loft Theatre Company.

How it works

The charity, in consultation with the theatre company, identifies well in advance a Loft show it wants to use as the fundraising vehicle. It is usually a show that has not gone on general sale which means the whole auditorium is free. This is because it is not policy to mix charity and general audience. This is of advantage to the charity because as the theatre is exclusively given over to the charity for the evening it is possible to customise the front of house areas and promote raffles and other fundraising activities.

A price is agreed which represents a discount on the publicly advertised prices and all the tickets for that night’s performance (199) are printed and given to the charity. These tickets can be customised.

The charity is then free to sell the tickets to supporters and friends at whatever price it feels it can. Typically it is possible to make over £1000 profit.

For more information email the chairman.

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Updated: 25 May 2012