Sponsorship Opportunities

In an increasingly digitised world, audiences flock to online spaces to consume content in multiple forms – literary/video/audio – meaning social media and online publications are the go to places to learn and connect. With this, you have the opportunity to carve out your presence in the digital realm which can prove beneficial for your own profile as well as business. Here at Theatre Full Stop, we offer you the platform to promote your arts based initiative/business to readers who enjoy learning about the ever changing world of the arts scene.

Founded in 2013, we celebrate 10 years of creating content predominantly covering our London theatre scene as well as theatre across the UK. In a decade, having covered new work that has featured at some of the world’s most recognisable stages – from the National Theatre, Young Vic, Old Vic, Royal Opera House, O2 Arena, the Barbican, Savoy Theatre, Noël Coward Theatre amongst many other venues. Within this time, having caught performances from talented performers who have go on to pave great paths in the industry, including Michaela Coel, Letitia Wright, Sheila Atim, Ncuti Gatwa and Alfred Enoch.

As ‘new writing’ forms a lot of what we do, events including the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Brighton Fringe Festival, Vault Festival, Camden Fringe Festival and Clapham Fringe Festival are integral initiatives that help to diversify our theatre scene, with shows that debut at these events usually going on to stage longer runs at various venues across the UK. We care a lot about the theatre scene, and enjoy bringing content that we believe you’ll appreciate too. We offer sponsorship opportunities that can last anything from a week to up to a year, these campaigns can feature a mixture of written pieces, video and audio – it all completely depends on what you’re looking for. If this is of interest to yourself and you have an arts based business, or a business you feel would align with Theatre Full Stop that you’d like promoted, please send an email addressed to myself (Lucy Basaba) at theatrefullstop@gmail.com!

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