Ways to Donate

How to donate to the Albany Theatre Trust

The Albany Theatre relies heavily on the support of the community, in terms of its volunteers, but also keeping the building open for use. Every penny that we get goes towards ensuring that the Theatre remains open for generations to come. Whether you are an individual or a business, there are plenty of ways to donate, both in time and money.

If you would like to sign up to or enquire about regular giving, please contact us on i[email protected].

By clicking the link below, you will be taken directly to our Donations page. There, you’ll be able to enter the quantity of that amount to donate to the Albany Theatre. Your donation will be processed there and then.

At the Box Office

By speaking to one of our Box Office staff, during our regular opening hours, or by leaving a message on our voicemail, we will be able to process any donations to the theatre. You can donate by cash, card or cheque.

At a show

After every performance, our friendly volunteer ushers will be holding a bucket near the exit of the building. Please give generously.

The Albany Theatre is in an old building and there are always improvements and work that needs doing; we have come a long way since we reopened back in 2013 but there is a long way still to go. If you aren’t able to donate money but would like to help in other ways we are always looking for building, plumbing and electrical supplies and expertise, to talk to us about what you are able to give please contact [email protected]

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Latest News

Please see here for any updates regarding building closure, event cancellations, postponed shows, and what to do next.
Whilst many public performances have been postponed due to the pandemic, we want to keep our venue flourishing and endeavour to become a new home to many of Coventry's community and social groups.
Immerse yourself in a virtual theatre performance, see everything around you from floor to ceiling. Get the equipment (all you will need to provide is a smartphone) and you're ready.
The team at The Albany Theatre in Coventry is elated to have received the news today (12/10/2020) that they have secured a £250k grant from the Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund. Without the funding, The Albany would have been forced to close at the end of the week, but thanks to the hard work and dedication of all at the theatre, they can now look forward with confidence.
The Albany is pleased to announce that Zarah Sultana, Coventry South’s new MP, has joined the Board of the Charitable Trust that manages Coventry’s Albany Theatre and Studio on behalf of the community.
"We are ready to respond with creativity and enthusiasm as soon as we know it is safe to re-open... Rest assured, as soon as we have any news about The Albany we will let you know, we are ready to play our part in the re-emergence of live theatre."

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