Support Metta

12 years young. £8,000 to raise. Every donation matters.

We’re all grown up – since 2016 our street-dance and circus Jungle Book has been seen by over 35,000 people, In the Willows took the UK by Hip-Hop storm, and now we’re working on the next project - a new urban musical of Great Expectations!

Over the past three years Metta’s Artistic Director Poppy Burton-Morgan has raised over half a million pounds. And Metta Theatre is a charity – so all profits are ploughed straight back into making our shows bigger and better.

Now we’re asking you to help.

And every contribution really does make a difference to our work:

£ 500.00 – Pays a performer’s wages for one week on tour.
£ 250.00 – Buys the recycled paper on which we print an entire year’s worth of scripts.
£ 100.00 – Buys the fabric for a bespoke costume.
£ 50.00 – Buys a set of glow in the dark juggling balls.
£ 30.00 – Buys the mountboard needed to make a miniature model of the set design for a production.

Thank you!

We’ve already raised £2000 towards our target but there’s still a long way to go and we need your help!

It’s easy to donate online here: wonderful.org/charity/mettatheatre.

Become a more regular supporter of the company:

ARTIST'S CIRCLE £200

For an annual donation of £200 or more you can become a member of our ARTIST'S CIRCLE and receive:

  • Events – invitations to special members-only events including the Metta Christmas Party

  • Supporters’ e-Newsletter – exclusive interviews and insights into our work

DIRECTOR'S CIRCLE £500

For an annual donation of £500 or more you can become a Member of our DIRECTOR'S CIRCLE
In addition to the above, you will be offered:

  • Accreditation in Metta Theatre programmes

  • Invitations to observe the rehearsal process of Metta productions

INNER CIRCLE

If you would like to discuss supporting the company with a larger annual donation you can become one of only six members of our INNER CIRCLE
In addition to the above, you will be offered:

  • An annual dinner with Artistic Directors Poppy Burton-Morgan and William Reynolds

  • Invitations to observe programming meetings and have creative input into the work that we make