Support Us 

Our supporters are the lifeblood of our organisation's future, who actively help us to remove financial barriers which prevent artists fulfilling their potential. Any donation big or small will make a difference. 

 

At the heart of all our projects, is our commitment to ensuring everyone has access to the theatre and performing arts, and the opportunity to engage with high calibre, creative and professional development opportunities in the industry. To date over 30,000 people have benefited from our work. As a programme for personal, social and career growth, The Mono Box ensures a safe and welcoming environment where people, no matter their skill level, and regardless of background, can explore their creativity in order to feel artistically and culturally fulfilled.  

 

The Mono Box depends on the loyalty, commitment and generosity of those who wish to support the next generation of theatre and performing artists and those who believe in a more equitable arts industry.

Can you make a difference? BECOME A MONO BOX MAKER

£5 - Subsidises a place for one emerging artist to access our free Coffee Morning or Well-Being sessions. 

£30 - Creates a bursary place for one emerging artist to take part in one of our many workshops. 

£150 – Covers the cost of a facilitator to run a three hour workshop for our long running training and skills development programme. 

 

£500 - Supports the cost of an artist fee to contribute to the Monologue Library, our unique, free audio library of over 120 of the UK’s leading actors performing their favourite theatrical speeches.  

 

£1,000 – Covers the cost of a mentorship for The Mono Box Mentorship programme.

 

For further information on how you can become a supporter of The Mono Box please contact Helen Waters: helen@themonobox.co.uk.

To make a donation please visit our JustGiving page by clicking on the link below. 

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THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT & HELPING THE MONO BOX CONTINUE TO NURTURE ARTISTIC EXCELLENCE

photos by Charlie Lyne