BecomING a Friend OF AMTC
WHO CAN BECOME A FRIEND?
Anyone can join Friends of AMTC! Our current patrons list consists of a variey of supporter from the local community, all with a common interest - a passion for musical theatre and the desire to support a unique local charity.
WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU?
In return for your generosity, depending on your level of donation, we offer benefits such as discounts on tickets, invitations to our social and fundraising events and your name will also be printed in our theatre programme as a big thank you for your support.
HOW DO I BECOME A FRIEND OF AMTC?
To become a Friend of AMTC please contact our Membership Officer Glyn Juliff - email@example.com
You can also get involved by acting as an Ambassador - please tell your friends, family and colleagues about our shows and events and help us to grow!
WHERE DOES YOUR DONATION GO?
Each of our musical productions cost in the region of £10,000 to stage, this includes scenery, costumes, directors and accompanists fees, marketing and theatre hire, not to mention the royalties payable to the rights holders.
Your annual donation will not only help fund our shows, but will also allow us to invest in much needed equipment to maintain the level of quality in our productions such as microphones and equipment for special effects. It is also put to good use training our members in the form of vocal coaching and stagecraft lessons. In addition, these extra funds allow us to include children in our productions, giving them the opportunity to take part in performing arts, regardless of their financial situation.
The charity is run by an enthusiastic & dedicated business minded committee, with accounts audited by chartered accountants, so you can be assured your donation will be spent wisely and in accordance the neccessary rules and regulations.
“As an avid follower of the society for many years, it made sense for me to join AMTC Friends & Supporters. I am proud to help such a talented group and it gives me great pleaseure to invite all my friends to come and watch their shows with me.”