Theatre practitioners tell our stories, they make us laugh and question, and they provoke us to be more aware of the world around us. By investing in theatre artists through TACT (Theatre Artists Charitable Trust), our sponsors not only assist talented creative New Zealanders to produce high quality theatre experiences, they also show great dedication to theatre and innovation in choosing to spend their corporate funds in this way.
Their invaluable contribution enables our actors, directors, designers, technicians, stage managers and publicists to work viably while undertaking a production at Circa. Thank you to all our TACT sponsors for your extraordinary generosity. Our Sponsors showing outstanding corporate leadership.
Creative New Zealand
Creative New Zealandis Circa Theatre’s major financial backer.
Wellington City Council
Wellington City Councilprovide significant financial support, which goes towards staff costs and our Accessibility Programme.
The Wellington Amenities Fund are providing considerable support for redevelopments at Circa, including the seat upgrade in Circa One.
Chapman Tripp have been generous supporters of theatre for many years, and support Circa Theatre with all of our legal requirements.
Deloitte Private help us to monitor our accounts.
Gladstone Vineyard help us to celebrate our opening nights with their delicious wines for us all to enjoy.
The Dominion Post provide advertising for all of our main-billed shows.
The Trusts Community Foundation supported the purchase of new sound equipment for Circa One which has been used for many productions including the annual Pantomime.
The IHC Foundation support Circa’s Accessibility Programme, including allowing Everybody Cool Lives Here to bring Wake Up Tomorrow to Circa for the 2015 Fringe Festival, and supporting Circa to produce a Relaxed Performance of Robin Hood: The Pantomime.
The New Zealand Community Trust (NZCT) allowed Circa to purchase a defibrillator in 2015. Staff have been trained to use the defibrillator by St Johns.