Norwich Arts Centre
Regeneration Project

 

Progress

We are please to say that as of June 2019 we have raised 35% of the 40k needed to make #NACregeneration happen.

 

NAC 40/40 Campaign Trailer from Norwich Arts Centre on Vimeo.

 

Help us raise 40k by our 40th anniversary in 2020

We are delighted that Norwich Arts Centre has been awarded £499,000 funding by Arts Council England for an exciting new regeneration project that will transform the venue’s accessibility and carbon footprint.

This brilliant news will allow us to make some very positive changes to the venue over the next few years.

We’ll be updating the facilities, making accessibility and energy efficiency improvements. Improving on what we already offer and making it possible for many more people to experience cultural events.

“We are coming up to 40 years in the heart of Norwich’s cultural community and we want to be around for another 40+ years, so this grant is extremely timely to help us build a sustainable future”. – Pasco-Q Kevlin Director, Norwich Arts Centre

We need your help to unlock this funding! We need to raise a percentage of the funding ourselves in order to receive the full amount and make these important changes.

If everyone who’s visited or performed at NAC over the years gives just £1 to #NACregeneration it will make a huge difference to the future of the venue.

DONATE below or by texting NACFORTY to 70085 to give £1 or NACMONTHLY to give £1 each month.
You can also give £3, £5, £10, £15 or £20 by adding the number 3, 5, 10, 15 or 20 to your message (eg. NACFORTY 10 to donate £10 one off or NACMONTHLY 10 to donate £10 each month).
Texts will cost your standard message rate.

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Proposed Changes

For more information of the proposed changes to the venue please see our NAC Regeneration page.

 

 

Thank you!

Thank you the following organisations and people for supporting our campaign:

 

   
                                                        
                               
 
Adam Maizey, Giles Margarson, David Claxton, Ahsley Ads, Print To The People, Joel Benjamin, Liam Ashley Clark, Jo Stafford, Norwich Historic Churches Trust, Sh!t Theatre, Karen Reilly, Taryn Everdeen, Andi Sapey, Anwen Hurt, SHhhh, Sink Ya Teeth, Piers Harrison-Reid, Lucy Grubb, Our Quiet Friends, Adam Buxton, Daudi Matsiko, Hex Friends, Pin-Ups, Wreck, Hello Pedro, Jim Higgs, The Sweetbeats, The Wolf Number, Bill Dithers (Soul Stew), Hips (Soul Stew), Jack Nicholas (All Shapes), Comb (All Shapes), Ronnie Orbit (Raydio / Tropical Shakedown), Keith Slater (Tropical Shakedown / Boiling Point), Anthropologist (Raydio / Quiet Storm), Craig Hill and Rory Hill.

 

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