Become a Partner
Our creative and collaborative partnerships with local organisations are incredibly important to us – and beneficial to the wider Kent community.
In 2017, we collaborated with Trinity Youth Theatre to take 6 culturally-engage young people to the Art31 Uprising festival in Canterbury. Working together, we’ve also launched a subsidised drama club for young people living in the Sherwood Estate – and we’re hoping to bring the club to other areas in 2018.
We’re proud to be part of a wider association of arts organisations – including The Forum, Trinity Youth Theatre, The RTW Museum and The Gulbenkian – aiming to inspire young people to become leaders in the arts. The inaugural West Kent Art31 meeting is scheduled for March 2018.
And it isn’t just young people we’re helping. Last year, we collaborated with Tunbridge Wells Dementia Forum and Royal Victoria Place to run the Knit Appeal. We collected 120 twiddle mitts, which were donated to 3 local care homes with a high number of patients with dementia.
We’re also working with Tunbridge Wells Wood Street Age UK Day Centre to create a new series of artwork to be displayed in the stairwells of the theatre, utilising unused spaces and bringing the community back into the heart of the building.
In additional, we enjoy collaborative relationships with the Tunbridge Wells Cultural Alliance and Royal Tunbridge Wells Together.
So, if you’re a local business in the tourist or the arts industry, we’d love to chat about how we could collaborate to entertain, educate and enrich the lives of our local community with more art and culture.