In September 2018 we are re-opening the doors of our auditorium and public spaces after a substantial capital refurbishment.
The newly-renovated Kiln Theatre is a theatre for today. It includes an upgraded auditorium with a flexible stage, better seating, improved accessibility, and a street-front café on Kilburn High Road. These new spaces will support our growing community outreach programme and our ever-expanding artistic reach, and help us in our mission: to make theatre for all.
None of this would be possible without the support of all those who donated towards our Tricycle Transformed campaign.
Thank you for helping us ensure the future of Kiln Theatre as a place where opportunities are created and imaginations are expanded.
HELP TRANSFORM OUR THEATRE
We are so close to reaching our final target, and any contribution, large or small, will help us to sustain our building for the next generation. Our ambition is to create a venue for all – a place of drama, a living and vital hub for the community of Kilburn as well for visitors from further afield.
Come with us on the next stage of our journey by supporting the final stages of our building project..
SUPPORT THE FUTURE OF OUR BUILDING
Your name on our Make Your Mark installation and/or seat plaque will be displayed for up to 10 years. Please note that naming a seat does not include admission to any performances and doesn’t guarantee access to that specific seat when booking.
The new Kiln Theatre will have:
- A new, flexible stage with improved sightlines
- Increased capacity in the auditorium, with more comfortable individual seating
- Upgraded accessibility throughout the building, including backstage and in the auditorium
- More and better toilets!
- Improved sustainability and lower carbon emissions
- A remodelled entrance and restored façade, with original features restored from the original Foresters’ Hall
- A new welcoming café opening onto Kilburn High Road
CAPITAL APPEALS COMMITTEE
We are grateful for the support of the Capital Appeals Committee during our capital project fundraising campaign:
Chair: Jeremy Lewison
Kay Ellen Consolver
THANK YOU TO OUR CAPITAL PROJECT SUPPORTERS
Arts Council England
Garfield Weston Foundation
Marie-Louise von Motesiczky Charitable Trust
John Lyon’s Charity
Sir Siegmund Warburg’s Voluntary Settlement
City of London’s Corporation’s Charity, City Bridge Trust
J Paul Getty Jr Charitable Trust
Cockayne – Grant for the Arts & London Community Foundation
Michael and Tessa Green
Mark and Liz Astaire
29th May 1961 Charitable Trust
Derek and Inks Raphael
Joseph and Sarah Zarfaty
The Welton Foundation
The Rose Foundation
The Theatres Trust: Theatres Protection Fund London Theatres Small Grants Scheme
David and Primrose Bell
Nancy G Platt
Sheelagh Killeen Rees
James D Bromage
The Agency (London) Ltd
The Target Trust
Steve and Sandar Warshal
Kiln Theatre Staff
Jamie and Karin Sehmer
J P Sprinz
Ian Laidlaw Dickson
Sarah Ann Hall
The Sackler Trust
Bruce Wake Charitable Trust
Hollick Family Charitable Trust
Jonathan and Lucy Silver
Guy and Annabel Wilson
Mark and Hana Downing
Sarah and Mark Evans
Lesley Ann Adams
Golden Bottle Trust
Gary and Carol Fethke
Ros and Alan Haigh
Jim E Carter
Kay Ellen Consolver
Professor Bill Mapleson
Mary and James Callaghan
Cormac and Hannah Fitzpatrick
John and Carol Boulter
And all our supporters who prefer to remain anonymous.