Theatre companies entering the Rose Bowl Award competition pay an entry fee which contributes towards the adjudication costs. However, in order to keep the fee as low as possible, we rely heavily on the voluntary support and goodwill of a dedicated group of people for administration and fundraising. We are always interested in the possibility of financial support of any kind – please contact our Treasurer, Peter Stoppard on 01275 392069 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Rose Bowl Awards are supported by an endowment fund, established in 1992 with initial donations from Joan Hawkins, and Peter and Eleanor Coe. The Fund is managed by Quartet Community Foundation.
A minimum donation of £5,000 to the Rose Bowl Awards endowment fund provides lasting sponsorship of an individual award. We are grateful to those who have sponsored awards to date as follows:
|Mr & Mrs P Evans, Backstage ProductionsBristol Musical Comedy Club
||Melanie Evans Award|
||Eileen Hartly Hodder Award|
|Vanessa Stevenson, Executors of Mr & Mrs Macrae
||Barbara Macrae Award
|Bernard Fennell||Jean Fennell Award|
A minimum donation of £250 provides sponsorship for one year of an individual award.
We are grateful to the following sponsors who are supporting the Rose Bowl Awards in 2017:
We would like to thank especially Stage Electrics and SLX for their continued sponsorship over many years for the provision of full technical support for the Awards Ceremony. www.slx.co.uk
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Quartet Community Foundation
Quartet Community Foundation is one of the oldest and largest community foundations in the UK. Since 1993 we have had the honour of managing the Rose Bowl Award Fund – an endowment fund that helps to ensure the Awards’ long term sustainability. Last year Quartet Community Foundation distributed over £2.8 million in small grants to nearly 1,000 good causes tackling every sort of disadvantage from supporting young people facing mental health issues to helping people living in poverty connect with arts, culture and the environment. We welcome support from anyone who wants to help give people the chance to fulfil their potential. www.quartetcf.org.uk
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Donations in recognition of the contribution of David Higson and John Cousins to amateur drama in the south west
Anonymous donor supporting the Award for Best Supporting Actress (Musical)