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National Theatre Wales

Support Us


these brilliant offerings… mean that we can no longer talk of "the National" and mean only the South BankThe Observer


National Theatre Wales is a landmark English-language theatre company creating work that is bold and invigorating, rooted in Wales, with an international reach. We are a non-building based theatre, meaning we make work that is site-located across Wales, that is relevant and thought provoking.

National Theatre Wales is a registered charity, so we need to fundraise continuously to carry on creating work. There are many ways to support us and the work we do, from individual donations and legacies, to corporate sponsorship for individual projects or core costs. We warmly welcome donations of any kind, however big or small, to find out more about the ways you can support us please scroll down. 

Individual Giving

We hugely appreciate any donations you can make, support from individuals helps us to continue creating more productions for you to enjoy. There are many ways you can support National Theatre Wales

  • You can donate online to one of our campaigns through our website – currently our Invest in New Ideas campaign, raising funds for us to explore more ideas and create more productions for you to come and enjoy. Click here to donate or to find out more
  • You can write us a cheque and post it to us at National Theatre Wales, 30 Castle Arcade, Cardiff, CF10 1BW.
  • Or you can donate via our Big Give page

To keep up to date on our campaigns and fundraising activities, please sign up to our newsletter and we will be sure to announce when new campaigns are launched.

Remember that as a charity, National Theatre Wales can also claim gift aid on any donations from UK tax payers, you don’t need to do anything, just let us know, and we will reclaim the money from HMRC. Donations to charities under the Gift Aid scheme are increased by around 25 pence per pound donated. To find out more about Gift Aid, click here.

Legacy Donations

Your legacy is one of the most important decisions you make, and might be the most valuable gift you ever give. After providing for your friends and family, you may decide to donate to a charity whose work is important to you.  

Why not make an impact on future generations by leaving a donation to National Theatre Wales? A gift can help to make our organisation more sustainable and allow us to keep on creating extraordinary theatre in extraordinary places for years to come. At NTW we can be sure to turn your legacy into something creative, whether it is a production, an artist residency or an outreach programme.  

Donating even a small amount can make a lasting difference to National Theatre Wales, and may significantly reduce the amount of inheritance tax owed on your estate. Click here for more information or speak to your financial adviser.

If you are considering, or have already decided to leave a gift to National Theatre Wales, please feel free to get in touch, we would be happy to answer any questions you may have, however we advise that you speak to a legal professional regarding your will.

Donations can also be made in honour of loved ones who cared for National Theatre Wales and enjoyed our work. If you would like to have a collection for National Theatre Wales, please get in touch to find out ways you can do this.

For more information on how to leave a legacy to National Theatre Wales, please contact Michelle Carwardine-Palmer, Managing Director.

Corporate Sponsorship

What we can offer you as a partner is:

  • National, UK-wide & international exposure.
  • Opportunities for staff involvement and engagement with world class theatre makers
  • Ticket and hospitality benefits.
  • Acknowledgement in print, online and in publications.

We understand that all companies are different, and we are eager to foster meaningful partnerships which are engaged, open, and mutually inspiring.

For more information on partnership opportunities, or to arrange a meeting please contact the Managing Director, Michelle Carwardine-Palmer on 029 2035 3070