Project Theatre

Support us


Project Theatre is a registered charitable organisation funded mostly by ticket sales, fundraising efforts and donations.

We take our commitment to provide an accessible and high quality range of performing arts work and activities very seriously and we want all young people to get the best experience possible.  

Membership and participation fees are low and only pay for a small portion of administration and running costs and does not totally fund projects or productions.

We occasionally receive grants and funding from local council and trusts but these sources of income are not regular or reliable by any manner of means.

We are so proud of all that we've achieved in our first decade of Performing to our potential!

We would be delighted if you would consider giving a gift to help secure our future for the next ten years.

You can also support us in other ways below.

Here are some ways you can support us and how the money helps:

£5 could buy a prop or costume item for one of our productions

We really do need your support

£10 could subsidise places on workshops and productions, introducing music theatre to a new audience

We inspire young people's creativity

£100 could contribute to our ongoing and increasing rehearsal and venue hire costs, enabling us to keep participation costs at a minimum.

We are open to everyone

£1,000 could pay for a placement for a trainee to support our work and learn new skills and gain vital experience for their future.

We support emerging artists and practitioners

£5,000 could enable us to create a new musical with inspiring artists or host a residential summer camp

We want to create and commission new work



Friends is a scheme for individuals, couples or families who want to support Project Theatre.


We know money isn't everything. We believe in the power of people and ideas but we do need financial support to fuel our work.

Rag Bag

Recycle and raise funds at the same time!

We have a regular Rag Bag collection as a fundraiser for the company. We collect unwanted clothes or textiles - even worn out things and these can be dropped into our rehearsals on Wednesdays or Sundays or we can come collect from you.

We can accept men’s, ladies and children’s clothing, Paired shoes, bags, ties & belts, blankets and underwear etc. We cannot accept: Duvets both synthetic and feathered, Carpets, Rugs, Soiled or wet clothing.

Please visit for info.


Visit our Volunteer page for more information on our volunteer opportunities


Corporate Support

Make your business Showbusiness!


Stand out from the crowd.

Visit our Advertising page for opportunities

To our Supporters -

Thank you!

Project Theatre always gratefully acknowledges the financial and other support we receive from these organisations without whom our work would not be possible:

Falkirk District Arts and Civic Council, Abbotsgrange Parish Church, National Lottery Young Start  Fund, Talbot House, Rotary Grangemouth, Falkirk Council, Pat Reid, 02 Think Big, Educational Institute Scotland, Voluntary Action Fund, Envy Gowns, Scottish Community Drama Association, Barony Theatre / Players, ASDA Grangemouth, Party Daze, Tesco Camelon, Belle of the Ball, Leemic, Jesign, Jazz Hands Scotland, LAMP - Linlithgow Amateur Musical Productions, Children's Theatre Bo'ness, J'Accesorize, Falkirk Town Hall, Falkirk Community Trust, National Theatre of Scotland, Ross Philip Jeweller, CarpieDiem Dance, ZooLab, Freck Photography, Bruce Smith Photography, Hannah-Panda Photography

However you can support us we make a promise to each supporter:

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Please remember:

One of the most important ways you can support us is by coming along to our shows and events and spreading the word about our fantastic organisation by word of mouth and online.

A big thank you from everyone at Project Theatre!