Our Supporters

Capital Theatres would like to say a huge thank you to our Patrons, Friends, donors and Business Partners for their support - we are incredibly grateful.




Find out more about our corporate supporters


principal patrons

Sir Tom & Lady Farmer

Mr Roger Miller

Sarah Whitley and Graham Whyte

Hedley G Wright


Supporting Patrons

Sir Ewan & Lady Brown

Richard & Catherine Burns

Lady Elliot

Bill and Janice Gammell

Kate & Gavin Gemmell

Hamish & Alison Glen

Malcolm & Avril Gourlay

Sir Raymond and Lady Johnstone

Donald & Louise MacDonald

Chris & Gill Masters

Alastair & Elizabeth Salvesen

Barry & Helen Sealey

Jim & Isobel Stretton

Dame Joan Stringer & Roel Mali


Patrons

Geoffrey & Tish Alderson

Geoff & Mary Ball

The Cameron Family

Dennis & Brenda Carmichael

Dr Ann C Chandley

Reverend and Mrs David Dalglish

Mr M & Mrs A Goodwin

Colette Grant – Grant Property Investments

George Gwilt

Shields & Carol Henderson

John & Fiona Hutchinson

James & Felicity Ivory

Alan M Johnston

Lesley Knox

Roxane Laird Craig

Ralph and Zoë Lutton

Christine & Stewart Mackay

Lynda McGrath

Kirsteen Millar

Sir Ronald and Lady Miller

Walter & Norma Nimmo

Christine Richard OBE & Fiona Richard

Bruce & Eileen Ritson

Derek & Ann Shepherd

Mrs Eileen Waddell

Margaretha Walker

Sir John Ward

 

And all those who prefer to remain anonymous


TRUSTS & FOUNDATIONS

Radio Forth's Cash for Kids support our Relaxed Panto for the children of special schools

The Walter Scott Foundationsupport our Relaxed Performances

The Cruden Foundation and theCordis Charitable Trust kindly supported The Awfey Huge Fantastic Variety Show.

The Life Changes Trust support a three-year initiative to make our venues dementia-friendly which includes research, adaptations to our buildings, a full programme of activities and performances and staff training.

William Grant Foundationsupport our work bringing performing arts to care homes across Edinburgh

Awards for All supported our Panto Presents Project - an initiative to bring the magic of panto to the Sick Kids Hospital involving activities for the children to do in bed and on the wards

Culture & Business Fund Scotlandhave matched funded Rowan Glen’s sponsorship of the Panto

To learn more about how you can support our theatres, please contact our Development team |support@capitaltheatres.com