2015 is a special year for us here at Belvoir as it marks 30 years since our first season in 1985. However it was one momentous act that happened in 1984 that saved our home Belvoir St Theatre. The building was under threat of redevelopment and over a single weekend in March 1984, two ex-Nimrod workers – Chris Westwood and Sue Hill – managed to raise the $50,000 deposit needed to secure a bid to buy the building. Rather than raising money at the big end of town they turned to fellow theatre workers, convincing 850 people to buy a share and saved Belvoir St Theatre. We come from philanthropic roots and we are determined to keep our ticket prices low so our box office income is supplemented by this vital 17% that allows us to continue to facilitate our community programs, to support emerging artists and to create innovative new works. Belvoir thanks all of our sponsors, donors and supporters who contribute to what we do in so many wonderful ways.
Giving to Belvoir
Belvoir patrons, supporters and friends have been there since the beginning 30 years ago.
The true cost of your seat
Did you know that the price you pay for your ticket covers only 39% of the true cost of your seat? In an increasingly challenging corporate sponsorships environment and with uncertainty of government funding, we rely more than ever on generous individuals to help us reach new heights. Your donations are tax deductible and your extra support makes a huge difference. Donate here.
Belvoir’s partners are a huge factor in our success. Our corporate partners provide us with generous financial and organisational support. Partnership with Belvoir offers the opportunity to be closely associated with a theatre company known for its integrity and artistic excellence. Belvoir offers our sponsors brand and marketing alignment, unique benefits tailored towards enhancing client relationships and staff engagement.