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Dedicate a seat

Etch your name into the heart of our venue with a personalised seat dedication. Whether you want to remember a loved one, celebrate a special occasion or share your own passion for live theatre, a seat dedication is the perfect gift. 

More than just a seat, it’s evenings filled with laughter and tears. Meeting friends old and new. Discovering new voices and revisiting old tales.  

By dedicating a seat, you will be directly supporting the art you see on stage, from our emerging artists programme to incredible theatrical productions. Take your seat and be a part of our community.

– Dominic Hill, Artistic Director

Take your seat

Seat dedications start from £250 (inc. VAT) and will be in place for a minimum of five years. Longer dedications are also available, which we are happy to discuss with you. Your dedication includes: 

  • An engraved plaque at the seat of your choice 
  • A visit to the theatre to see your plaque in place 
  • A commemorative certificate, perfect for a gift or memento

Find out more

To discuss your seat dedication, get in touch with our Development team.

Alternatively, complete the form below and a member of the team will contact you. 


The small print

Dedication text is limited to 150 characters, including spaces.

Dedicating a seat does not guarantee you can book this seat for performances. 

Certain seats may be removed from the theatre depending on the seating configuration.

Dedications can be made on behalf of individuals or organisations. 

The donation of £250 includes a benefit valued at £32.50. This benefit can be purchased on its own. If you would like to discuss this option, please call 0141 429 4757 or email the Development team.  

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