27 Aug 2014 | 01:07 pm |
International law firm Pinsent Masons, in conjunction with the Menier Chocolate Factory, is delighted to announce the launch of a brand new subsidised theatre tickets scheme, targeting young theatregoers aged 16-21.
The scheme will support three productions a year, and will offer a minimum of 200 subsidised tickets per production, bringing the ticket price to only £10. Making theatre accessible to a young audience is one of the key aims of the new sponsorship initiative launched earlier this year between Pinsent Masons and the Menier Chocolate Factory. By offering affordable tickets to a younger audience, the scheme enables young minds to discover theatre they may never have been able to see otherwise, offering new experiences and vital arts influence.
The Golden Tickets scheme launches on Tuesday 26th August with £10 tickets available for performances of the Chocolate Factory’s forthcoming comedy Fully Committed (3rd September – 15th November).
Customers wishing to buy subsidised tickets should visit www.menierchocolatefactory.com to register with the scheme.
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