Boundless Theatre is delighted to have been funded for a further 4 years as an Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisation (NPO). For the funding period 2018 – 22 we are due to receive £744,252 of public funds which will support our mission to create the best possible theatre for a diverse audience of teenagers and young adults.
This funding gives us the sustainability to continue to develop new work on stage and off, across the UK and Europe. It allows us to work with young people aged 15-25 across the UK and to support diverse emerging artists to respond to the challenge of engaging a young audience.
Boundless Theatre’s Artistic Director, Rob Drummer says:
“the continued investment from the Arts Council and our ongoing support as an NPO is a very real endorsement of our work for young adults. Now, more than ever we seek to bring the best theatre to a new, young and adventurous audience of 15-25 year olds and continue to invest in the visionary artists of the future. I’m looking forward to delivering our ambitious plans over the coming years and to growing our work in new directions.”
Boundless Theatre’s Executive Producer, Zoë Lally says: “this is fantastic news that gives us the stability to develop and grow our vision and to continue to push the boundaries of how theatre can engage a young audience. Working in partnership with other organisations and sharing the best work for young adults around the UK and further afield is at the heart of our plans over this next funding period.”
Whilst this funding provides a vital base for delivering our vision, it only represents 50% of the income we need to realise our plans. If you would like to support us in realising our vision, you can make a donation via our just giving page, or see our donate page for all the ways in which you can support us. Donations no matter how big or small can create a huge impact for young people.