Judith & Malcolm Abbs, Eric Adler, Elizabeth & John Alcock, Robbie Hill & Harley Atkinson, Rose & John Bardner, Mary Bayliss, Ros & Michael Berg, Rochelle & Ian Bloom, Lisa & David Bogush, Dinah & Martyn Bond, Jane & Peter Brunner, Andrea & Ian Bucknell, Mary Hogan & Peter Budge, Catherine Budgett-Meakin, Carol & Tony Burgess, Janice & Robert Chambers, Ann & John Chaumeton, Lin & Robert Coleman, Rob Collinge, Veronica & Steve Day, Frankie de Freitas, Judith & Neil Durden-Smith, Diana Eaton Elhard, Ruth Edwards, Elisabeth & John Eidinow, Nicole & Seymour Forsyth, Siobhan Harrison & Brian Freeman, Diana Gallop, Elaine & Ron Garrod, Olive Gatenby, Myrna & Raymond Good, John Goodman, Jane & Edmund Gordon, John & Sandy Graham, Sue Hall, Ruth Hazeldine, Patricia Walby & Denis Herbstein, Mary & Peter Holtby, Angela Hughes, Sally & Michael James, Sara & David Kaye, Joanna & Steve Kennard, Leonard Klahr, Ann Knowlden, Barbra & Richard Landes, Antonia & Peter Leach, Sue & Peter Leon, Louise & Barry Lewis, Joan Lipkin-Edwards, Kate & Brian Little, Trish & David Littler, Vanessa Whinney & John Lutz, Barbara & Mac McDeson, Sue & Rodney Mariner, Adrian Mayer, Peggy Vance & David Megginson, George Meyer, Amanda Michelucci, Patricia & David Moller, Janice Morgan, Janet & John Newton, Christina Nolan, Caroline Oakes, Janice & Steven Parnes, Patricia Cabredo & Constantine Partasides, Betty & Walter Pires, Maria Barnard & John Power, Judith & Mark Prinsley, Anthea & Martin Raphael, Beth & Rob Robertson, Jenny Russell, Romy & John Skok, Barbara & Keith Smith, Suzette & Peter Steckelmacher, Miranda Steward, Jenny & Jeremy Thompson, Gemma & Peter Thompson, Babs & Dick Trompeter, Celia Davies & Peter Walton, Stephanie & Justin Warshaw, Pauline Wearden, Catharine Wells, Fran & James Wilkinson, Rachel & Anthony Williams, John Wise, Michele Wolf, Elizabeth Woodman, Nikki Christensen & Mike Woolf, John & Guy Woolf, Jenny Wright.
Become a Gatehouse Angel
Like many London Fringe venues, Upstairs at the Gatehouse relies on the box office, theatre rental and private funding to keep the theatre open. We receive no financial assistance from the Arts Council, the GLA or any other public body.
Many people express a desire to contribute financially and for this reason Ovation Theatres, the company behind Upstairs at the Gatehouse, now run a Friends scheme called Gatehouse Angels. This is similar to many schemes run by other small theatres all over the country.
All the funds collected from the Friends Scheme are used to improve the technical facilities and the comfort of our customers.
Benefits of becoming a Gatehouse Angel:
* Name in the programme
* Twice Yearly Newsletter
* Concession price to all performances
Individual Angel – £35 per annum
Two Angels Together – £60 per annum
Membership runs from 1st June to 31st May each year.
020 8340 3488.