To those people passionate about arts education and committed to ensuring The BRIT School remains the special place it has become: thank you for your support. You are all so important to the future of the School and our ability to continue investing in the creative talent of tomorrow.
By making an annual donation of £500 or over, you’ll be earning the right to call yourself a ‘BRIT Friend’, helping us break down barriers for even more young artists and innovators. To show our appreciation, we would like to welcome you to get closer to this world-renown, unique and inspirational School.
(£500+): The opportunity to be recognised on our website, Annual Report and Supporters Board as a BRIT Friend, complimentary tickets to a BRIT School production at the School, and regular updates on developments, news and the impact of your support.
(£2,000+): Bronze + complimentary tickets to our ‘invite only’ Summer Showcase at The Century Club, and to a BRIT School production in a prestigious London venue.
(£5,000+): Silver + invitations to previews, press nights and rehearsals throughout the year, getting ‘behind the scenes’ at the UK’s leading performing and creative arts school.
There is a story behind every donation to The BRIT School. A reason for giving. A reason for going the extra mile (sometimes literally!) to raise funds for this special place. Here are just a few of those inspiring Stories of Support, told by the amazing people for whom The BRIT School means so much.
Thank you to every one of the individuals listed here – as well as those who choose to give anonymously – for your incredible generosity and support to keep BRIT special.
With thanks also to our Campaign Board who work tirelessly to help raise funds for The BRIT School: Madelaine Cooper (Chair), Andrew Davidson, Terry Heath, Anthony David King, Mark Lambert, John Mathers, Merck Mercuriardis, Jules O’Riordan
Robert Allan, David Carter, Dan Clark, Selene Collins, Darren Cook, John Craig OBE, Maggie Crowe OBE, John Deacon CBE, Martin & Sophie Locket, Ken Madine, David Mark, Jonathan Morrish, David Munns OBE, Sarah O'Brien, K. O’Donnell & M. Dineen, Simon Presswell, Jo Scott & Family, Claire Singers, Jonathan Smart, Mr & Mrs Chris Sutcliffe, Angela Watts, Selina Webb, Maxine & Danny Williams, Sir Nick Williams, Andrew Yeates
With special thanks to:
Arthur Boulton, Ossi and Paul Burger, Amanda and Nick Raphael, Sue and Tony Wadsworth CBE