Prospero Theatre Storage

Prospero use drama to make a difference to the lives of people with disabilities. We're raising money for storage for props and costumes.

We did it!

On 23rd Oct 2017 we successfully raised £1,325 with 47 supporters in 28 days

Prospero Theatre are based in Caterham, Surrey but work throughout the South East. We are lucky enough to own a large number of props and costumes and a few set pieces.  Our costumes vary from period dresses and tailcoats to sets of children's costumes that we use for a range of workshops. And we have a lot of hats and cloaks! Below are some of the costumes used for 'Red and the Wolf' which we took to Edinburgh last year.

We do a lot of shows and workshops, working with people with and without disabilities. These are mostly small-scale community projects and this resource has meant that we are able to bring these projects in on a small budget.  This year, for example we have done two first world war plays, so lots of coats and jackets.  In November we perform three plays based on Dali; our costume lady is currently working on very colourful tunics to go with some skirts that we already have.

Red and the Wolf Promo from Katie Child on Vimeo.

We have been extremely fortunate to have had free storage at a local Arts Centre since the company began in 2015 but this has come to an end.  We have found a wonderful attic  in the beautiful Soper Hall in Caterham, with space for lots of costume rails and boxes. This campaign is to raise £2700 to cover the cost of the room for the first year, after which the rental charge will be built into our budget. The Soper Hall is a community venue and these costs are far lower than a commercial operator would charge.



Do give if you can.  We use drama to make a difference to the lives of people with disabilities.  Our props and costumes are essential to the work.  Oh and we have a few puppets - thankfully not all as big as this one. Thank you.

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