Why Your Support Matters
We’re driven by a passion for brave and brilliant theatre, a love of our city and a belief that theatre at its best can transform lives.
With the creation of the new Everyman, five-star productions on our stages and an impactful youth and community programme, there has never been a more important time, or greater opportunity, to achieve this vision.
To do this we must raise at least £500,000 every year, in addition to income from ticket sales and investment from public funding. If you would like to help then please follow the links here or get in touch via email@example.com or 0151 706 9124.
“The Everyman provided me and many others with the courage to follow our dreams and pursue a career in the theatre. Now it can do the same for a whole new generation and act as a creative heart in the city.” David Morrissey
If you share our values, we invite you to get closer to our work and help champion great theatre that’s open to all.
Align your business with us and form a partnership with one of the UK’s most celebrated arts institutions while investing in Liverpool’s cultural, social and economic future.
We Would Like To Thank Our Supporters
For their ongoing financial support:
Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation, Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, JP Getty Jnr Charitable Trust, The Monument Trust, Paul Hamlyn Foundation
Our Principal Partner:
Our Business Members & Sponsors:
Benson Signs, Bolland & Lowe, Bruntwood, Downtown In Business, Duncan Sheard Glass, EEF, Exterion Media, Home Bargains, Hope Street Hotel, Knowsley Chamber of Commerce, Liverpool City Region LEP, Liverpool and Sefton Chamber of Commerce, Merseytravel, Morecrofts Solicitors, NW Systems Group, Professional Liverpool, Synergy, Wrightsure Insurance Group
Hilary Banner, Peter Bennett-Jones, Paul & Hilary Clark, Robert Evans, Sean Harrington, Brian Higgins, Rod Holmes, Simon Inch, Jim McKenna, David Morrissey, Philip & Jane Rooney, Wendy Owen, Simon & Elaine Taylor
Those who have left us a legacy:
Anni Parker & Brian Barry, lovers and supporters of theatre
Malcolm and Roger Frood in memory of Graham and Joan Frood
And everyone who has supported the new Everyman:
We are a registered charity (number 1081229) and have a team dedicated to fundraising from individuals, businesses, trusts and foundations to support our artistic aspiration, develop Liverpool’s theatrical talent and to extend our work in communities across Liverpool City Region. If you'd like to support our work, please do get in touch.