Proud sponsors of
WhatsOnStage Awards: Best Lighting Designer Award
White Light is proud sponsor the Whatsonstage.com Awards. The Whatsonstage.com Awards are the original “theatregoers’ choice” prizes, and the only major UK theatre awards decided across the board by the public. More information can be found at www.whatsonstage.com/awards
Olivier Award for Best Lighting Design
The Olivier Awards are the highlight of the UK theatre awards calendar. We are proud to sponsor the Best Lighting Design Award. More details about the Awards can be found here.
Deen City Farm Charity
Deen City Farm is an urban farm with an educational focus in the heart of the London Borough of Merton. They teach the local community about the rural environment and where their food comes from. The farm has an active Volunteering programme as well as a Riding School offering affordable lessons to the local community. More info at www.deencityfarm.co.uk
National Skills Annual Conference
Education and skills based training provide the platform for a strong creative industry. This is one reason behind White Light’s sponsorship of the National Skills Academy Annual conference, where key decision makers from across the creative and cultural sectors come together to discuss the challenges that our industry faces – and possible solutions. More details about the conference can be found here.
The Stage Awards
The Stage Awards reflect the industry’s best performing theatres and theatremakers. Taking place on an annual basis, the Awards celebrate the various roles within theatre, such as producers, actors, venues and educational teams. WL sponsors the Unsung Hero Award. More information can be found here.
The Theatre Guild
The Theatrical Guild is a national charity supporting those that work in theatres. Established in 1891 by the actress Kittie Carson and previously known as The Theatrical Ladies Guild, they are dedicated to looking after theatre staff throughout the UK in times of need. Helping in a variety of ways including offering educational sponsorship, one-off grants as well as access to counselling and welfare advice. More information about the Theatre Guild can be found here.
My Theatre Matters!
My Theatre Matters! is a campaign organised by Equity, The Stage & TMA, to shout about how important your theatre is in your life and communities. When our Councillors are taking tough decisions about how to spend our taxes, they need to know how much we value our local theatre’s work and role in the community. My Theatre Matters! will be gathering stories and building a collective voice to influence decision makers.
If you would like to be part of this and find out more, please click here.