Lazarus Supporters

There are 4 ways that you can support us.
Your support ensures we can deliver our audience and artist development, our education work and our standard of excellence on stage.
 

Lazarus Friends...

Lazarus Friends Wall of Fame

Become a Lazarus Friend by donating £10 and you will be supporting our work from page to stage. Your name will be credited on our website and via social media as a thank you.

Jenny Hope

Chris Luckker

Christine and Martin Jones

Tommy Roberts

2016 Lazarus Friends

Crister Löfving
Rebecca Graves
Jane Hamlet
Mrs Cooper
Kemi-bo Millar
Caroline Cooke 

Become a Lazarus Friend for 2017...

Rob Peacock in The Caucasian Chalk Circle 2016

★★★★★ “Pushed the boundaries of the audience’s imagination 

– it swept me off my feet”  

Ginger Wig & Strolling Man on The Beggars Opera

Suzie Supporters...

These special individuals have given cash donations ranging from £10 to join our #SuzieSupporter campaign to raise funds for and the upkeep of our trade mark haze machine, Suzie. 
We are happy to say our new Suzie is chugging brilliant. 
We are most grateful to all our Suzie Supporters. 

Katherine Wood

Paula Trott
Ruth Barrett
Ina Berggren
Derek Anderson

Become a Suzie Supporter

Amy Allen in The Bacchae 2016

★★★★★ “A landmark production for a ground breaking company”

J Waygood, Grumpy Gay Critic on 'Tis Pity She's a Whore

Lazarus Principle Supporters... 

Become a Lazarus Principle Supporter by donating £250 or more in a cash donation or support-in-kind and you will be supporting our education, research and development and our work from page to stage. Your name, organisation or business will be credited on our website along with logo and links, be thanked in our programme and via social media and you will be invited to our press / gala nights with post-show drinks with cast and crew. 

Become a Principle Sponsor 

If you would like to know more about how you or your business / organisation can be a Lazarus Principle Supporter then please contact us at [email protected]  or donate here:

Michaela Bennison and Sherwood Alexander in The Beggar's Opera 2016

★★★★★ "A visionary company who have once again brought us a stunning and thoughtful adaptation. Not to be missed"
View from the Gods on Tamburlaine

Lazarus Angels

The Lazarus Angels have given either cash and / or support-in-kind resources over the value of £250 to enable us to produce work and deliver projects. 
The ongoing support of these remarkable individuals is boundless and we would like to thank them for their support and passion.

Micheal Davenport

Steven Francis

S and S Downing

Ruth Barrett

Willison-Parry Ltd 

And a very special thank you to Kerry Irvine. 

Become a Lazarus Angel

Become a Lazarus  Angel, by donating £250 or upwards you will be supporting our education work, research and development and our work from page to stage. Your name, organisation or business will be credited on our website, be thanked in our programme and via social media and you will be invited to our press / gala nights with post-show drinks with cast and crew.

Alice Brown in Dido Queen of Carthage 2013

★★★★ “I stand by my previous assertion: there ain't no party like a Lazarus party… Big, bold and mesmerising, this company simply doesn't do low key” 

Views from the Gods on ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore

Our John Ford Friends... 

These special individuals have given cash donations ranging from £25 to £500 to support our 2016 production of John Ford's Tis' Pity She's A Whore, at The Tristan Bates Theatre.
We are eternally grateful for their support. 
Gianni Tozzi
Hannah Cutting
Suraj Harrington-Odedra
Colette and Tom
Adam Morley
Simon Bolland
Daniel McCartney
Doubtful Sound
Peter St James
Carol Shenton

Lucy Walker-Evans and Prince Plockey in 'Tis Pity She's a Whore 2016

★★★★★ “An exciting and engrossing piece of theatre… The overall effect is amazing… An astounding mastery of the different theatrical elements… This piece is a dynamic experience, promising to entertain throughout” 
The Upcoming on The Caucasian Chalk Circle

Lets keep in touch...

All photography by Adam Trigg

Robin Holden in Oedipus 2013