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The Etruscan Fund
Each year this fund raises money to improve aspects of your visit – backstage, onstage and outside.
Your donations will also help ensure that we continue to create quality opera.
Current projects include . . .
When we built the opera house between 2016 and 2017 we had to work to a very tight budget; we are very grateful to the Pioneers and Circle of Virtuous Enterprise who contributed more than £11m.
Now we want to make a few improvements to the technical facilities, including backstage communications.
Bigger & better productions
The Etruscan Fund is used to help support productions that have more demanding requirements in terms of singers, sets, dancers and so on.
Pillars of Society
Around the theatre the new colonnade comprises fourteen 3m larch tree trunks and provides a “passeggiata” (the Italian for leisurely stroll) for the audience to foregather and linger.
It is £30k to take a pillar – but hurry, only two and a half remain.
For more information on the Etruscan Fund contact Jack Rush: firstname.lastname@example.org / 01962 73 73 69