Individual Giving

The Citizens Theatre relies on the generosity of our many supporters. By making a gift of any size, you can help us continue to make new plays, invest in talent and to keep taking artistic risks.

Become our Friend

Friends of The Citizens is a new way to become involved with the theatre and to help support the work of the Company.

Our Friends receive unique benefits including:
• ticket offers
• invitations to exclusive backstage events
• discounts at the foyer bar

For more information on how you can become a Friend, download the brochure or call the development department on 0141 429 6240


You can also:

Top up your ticket

You can make a donation to the Citizens when you purchase a ticket.

Saying ‘yes’ to the optional top up and giving permission to claim gift aid on the additional amount can make a real difference to what we can achieve.

Dedicate A Seat

A named seat makes the ideal gift for the theatre goer in your life and is a great way to show your support for the company. Seats cost £500 and can be paid for in up to 10 instalments.

View our seating plan and dedicate a seat.

Leave a Legacy

By remembering the Citizens Theatre in your Will, you can make a real difference to our future community of theatre goers.

To discuss this further, contact Hazel on 0141 418 6240.

 

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Thank You!

Our Friends help the Citizens to keep producing bold, exciting theatre and once a year, they support one of our main stage productions. We would like to say a big thank you to our:

 

Best Friends

David Armstrong
Frank Brown
Kevin Roderick Brown
April Chamberlain
Sean Daisley
Julie Doughty & Paul Trafford
Mary Henderson
Louise Hunter
John & Agnese Keeper
Joe Kelly
Robert Kerr
Marie McDonald
Alan McGregor
Lorna McGowan
Miriam McKenna
Pam Murray
John Naples- Campbell
Mike Russell
John Scott Moncrieff
Adrienne Scullion
Morag Shearlaw
Jeremy Sinclair
Brendan & Rosalie Sweeney
LS Wilson

Good Friends

Rona Alexander
Debby Barry
Aileen Begley
Irene Bell
Susan Bell
Jan Bostock
Ian Bradley
Kay Breen
John Bremner
Jonathan & Kay Bryant
Pauline Buchanan
Mary Carmichael
Alison Cheyne
Louise Christie
Peter Chua
Colin Clelland
Marie Craig
M Cullen
Sarah Curran
Hugh Currie
Ann Davis
Monica Deans
Catriona Denoon
Joan Elliot
Sarah Emery
Alasdair Fisher
Mary Flannigan
Calum Forbes
David Fraser
Donald Fraser
Joyce Gallacher
Liane Gallagher
Catherine Gerrard
Jacqueline Gilmartin
John Grewar
Colum Halforty
Marie Hamilton
Neil Hanson
Paula Heenan
Bjorn Heile
Rosemary Hobsbaum
Jeanette Hill
Muriel Holroyd
Derrick Hotchkies
Derek Hotchkiss
Eleanor Hyland
Margaret Inall
Jacqueline Irvine
Judith Johnston
Neil Johnstone
Eleanor Kennedy
Iain Kinnear
Jean Mary Knowles
Margaret Ann Lister
Andrew Lockyer
Archie Love
Gillian Macadam
Brian MacDonald
Jane Macmillan
S MacNaughton
Liana Marletta
Monica Martin
Helene Martynski
Isobel McArthur
Samantha McArthur
Sylvia McCandlish
Jennie McCartney
Eamonn McClosky
Jan McDonald
Bridget McGeechan
Gordon McKay
Dina McLellan
Amanda McMillan
Mary-Claire Meighan
Philip Mendelsohn
Lesley Miles
Helen Millar
Sandra Moody
James Murray
Jane Naismith
Keren Nicol
Jan Norris
Caroline O’Hara
Patricia Orr
Chris Paterson
D Perry
Laura Polverari
Roger Quin
Jennifer Quin
Grace Reid
Gill Reynolds
Alan Roach
Laurie Russell
John Russell
Graham Sawyer
Ida Schuster
Loretta Scott
Fred & Irene Shedden
Alan Shenkin
Barbara Simpson
Barbie Short
Gillian Smith
Mary Smith
Amanda Stewart
A Sutherland
Christine Sutherland
Nicola Teece
Robert Thomas
Alasdair Thomson
Mrs C Twine
Ian Wallace
Kirsty Wark
Sandra Webster
Stephen White
Kath Wilson
Iris Williamson

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