With thanks to all our supporters
Phoenix Dance Theatre Principal Funders
Arts Council England | Leeds City Council
The Liz & Terry Bramall Charitable Trust | The Emerald Foundation | The Fidelio Charitable Trust | The Noel Coward Foundation |
Arts Council England Small Capital Grants is the principal funder for our Diverse Futures Capital Development Programme for 2017-2018.
Phoenix Dance Theatre is reviving the seminal dance work, ‘The Rite of Spring’ by choreographer Jeanguy Saintus for our 2019 national tour alongside a new work by choreographer, Amaury Lebrun. ‘The Rite of Spring’ is supported by The Fidelio Charitable Trust is supported by Serendipity and the education outreach by The Noel Coward Foundation.
Access & Education Supporters
The Leverhulme Trust | Leeds Short Breaks Partnership | Wade’s Charity| Ironmongers’ Company | Split Infinitive | Ann Maguire Arts Foundation |
Partner schools & colleges: Co-operative Academy of Leeds | Leeds City College | Hovingham Primary School | Leeds East Academy | Leeds West Academy | Leeds City Academy | Leeds Beckett University | Bishop Young Academy |
| Simon Kamstra | Dr. Patrick E Belshaw | Becky Clark | Jane Fontana & Mike Peit | Lesley Jackson | Alison Ferguson | James Humbles | S. Michele Mooney | Dr. Jackie Smith-Autard | Luke McDonough-Stratford | Prof Joanna Gavins | Dominique Bertrand | Pam & Sophie Warn | Richard Wilson | Leyla Okhai
Phoenix would like to thank our yearly and monthly donors for supporting the work we do.
Donate to Phoenix Dance Theatre today and receive exclusive benefits for individual donors, such as back stage access to the dancers, previews of new work and discounts to see us on tour.
David Lascelles, Earl of Harewood
Northern Ballet | Northern School of Contemporary Dance | O’Brien & Co Auditors | Yorkshire Dance |Black Dance Archives | University of Leeds | Leeds Beckett University | IVE | ADAD | The National Rural Touring Forum (NRTF) |Art Forms | Education Leeds Extended Services |School Partnership Trust Academies (SPTA)
For over three decades Phoenix Dance Theatre has performed, educated and inspired people across the globe, often taking dance to people who have never experienced the Arts live before. This work could not have been achieved without the generous support of individuals, trusts and businesses.