As a charity, Norwich Puppet Theatre relies upon the support of our community to grow and flourish. Much of our community and outreach work is focused on delivering arts and cultural experiences to children and young people in Norfolk who experience few engagement opportunities. We work with several other charities and organisations. Below are a few examples from our recent project work, supported by grants and individual donations.

  • Voice of the Child Project – working with Norwich social services to provide shows and workshops to looked after children.
  • Puppets in the Post – working with Norwich Food Bank to provide free activity sheets for families who use their services.
  • Ragdoll Project – providing affordable workshop experiences for SEND schools in Norfolk.

There are several ways you can support the Theatre.

Donate

Use the link at the top of this page to give a one-off or reoccurring donation.

Volunteer

Give a some of your time to help make the magic happen.

Become a corporate supporter

Can your business offer us free materials, advice or a donation? Talk to us about ways we can create a partnership together.

Register with EasyFundraising

Go to www.easyfundraising.org.uk/ and chose Norwich Puppet Theatre as your preferred charity. As you do your online shopping a percentage of your spend will then be donated to us. It doesn’t cost you any extra and we benefit! You can also use Amazon Smile in the same way.

Our registered charity name is Norwich Puppet Theatre Trust Ltd and our registered charity number is 271041. For more information about how you can support the Theatre email [email protected] or call 01603 615564

Over the years we have been supported by a wide range of organisations, trusts, foundations, individual donors and private businesses. From donating funds, to offering expertise or free materials, every contribution is greatly appreciated.

We would like to thank all our current and past supporters, including the selection below.

Our Supporters

D’Oyly Carte Charitable Trust

Ellerdale Trust

Martin Laing Foundation