Making Theatre More Accessible
Centre Stage London is inviting their audience to pay what they can for a performance of their upcoming production of The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
We believe passionately that the arts and culture is for everyone, that no one should be excluded because of their financial circumstances. Particularly now, when so many are battling rising costs of living.
As a response, we offer a limited number of premium seats as 'Pay What You Can' to provide an opportunity to experience high quality amateur theatre for those who previously couldn’t or can't afford it at the moment.
"Before directing this show it was important for me to ensure The Hunchback of Notre Dame was accessible. Alongside the pay what you can offer, we decided to open up the Tuesday as a ‘preview night’. Lowering the cost of a ticket from £24 to £19.50". - JLC, Director.
It is extremely important for us to support the communities where we rehearse and perform. Considering the breathtaking drama, unrivaled scale and talent of our Hunchback of Notre Dame production, there’s no better time to take advantage of deciding your own ticket price.
The Hunchback of Notre Dame runs from 11th to 15th April at The London Oratory School, West Brompton, with the Tuesday 11th preview performance having the Pay What You Can option available at the box office.
Centre Stage is a registered charity and we recommend a £10 donation.
For more details please visit - https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/centrestage
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