Hear from our Conference 17: Theatres & Placemaking Gold Sponsors

Conference 17: Theatres & Placemaking is generously sponsored by a diverse group of organisations, consultancies and manufacturers. Without them, the conference wouldn't be possible.

With thanks to Gold Sponsors Allies and Morrison and Haworth Tompkins. Here's why they support Conference 17: Theatres & Placemaking.

Gold Sponsors | Allies and Morison

We have a keen interest in working with theatres, having helped to shape places such as the Royal Festival Hall, Shakespeare’s Globe and Snape Maltings. We believe arts institutions can have a positive impact on the wider contexts in which they inhabit and take particular joy in working with performing arts clients. It makes being a Gold Sponsor of the Theatres Trust Conference this year a natural fit.

Paddy Dillon, Director, Allies and Morrison

Gold Sponsors | Haworth Tompkins

Theatres should be one of the physical highlights of our cities, the places that bring public space into vivid focus and generate a powerful impetus for positive change around them. They should also be at the heart of our communal life, the places where we meet to hear one another’s different stories and to sharpen our capacity for empathy.  Our best theatre buildings manage to be both these things simultaneously, which is why they are uniquely important.

Steve Tompkins, Haworth Tompkins

Sponsorship packages are still available. If you're interested in sponsoring Conference 17, please contact us.

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