Our new membership scheme gives you early access to tickets for our fundraising events (our last one sold out within minutes of general release!) We’ll also send you an exclusive twice-yearly newsletter, keeping you up to date with how we’re putting your money to good use, and an invitation to our AGM. Membership renews automatically each year; please contact us if you wish to cancel.
Donations make our work possible. We don’t receive any public subsidy, so we can only provide support for the community of theatre workers with your help.
Recent government cuts to the industry have only made it more volatile, and the welfare state is shrinking. That makes our work more important than ever.
We make every penny count. All donations are ring-fenced for our beneficiaries – we don’t use any of your money for our running costs. This means you can rest assured that whether you can afford £5 or £5000, today or as a gift in your will, it’ll go straight to someone in need.
Any donation, no matter how big or small, is a practical and valuable way to support our vision. We can’t do it without you.
Leaving a gift in your will is one the most effective ways of ensuring the continuity of our work. It will help us to secure our long-term future, ensuring that there’s always a safety net for theatrical workers.
Adam, our Office Manager, would love to hear from you if you’re considering leaving us a legacy. For more information, please contact him here.
Our fundraising events are vitally important to our work – and always lots of fun.
These Are a Few of My Favourite Songs
Our 125th birthday party took place in the Royal Albert Hall’s beautiful Elgar Room. We raised over £10,000 with the help of Dame Judi Dench and Don Black OBE.
First Night Riders: Out of the Wings and into the Wind
A group of dedicated TTG supporters, many of whom are technicians and theatre workers, tour some of the UK’s most fascinating theatres to raise money for our work.