Dedicate a Seat at the Theatre
MAKE YOUR MARK ON A PIECE OF EDINBURGH'S HISTORY
Now is your chance to make your mark on one of Edinburgh's beloved historic buildings. Celebrate a special occasion, honor a loved one, give a thoughtful gift, promote your business or simply demonstrate your love of theatre.
The King's Theatre has been a much-loved Edinburgh landmark since it opened in 1906 and for many people in Edinburgh the King's Panto is their first ever taste of theatre. To celebrate 20 glorious years, we are now also offering seat dedications at the Festival Theatre where such illustrious stars as Pavarotti, David Bowie and Lauren & Hardy have graced the stage.
For a donation of £300 (or £500 for a pair) you can dedicate a seat in the King's or Festival Theatre with an inscribed brass plaque featuring a personal message. All proceeds from the Seat Dedication scheme go directly back into improving the theatres.
If you would like to find out more or to arrange your seat dedication, please contact Lucy Clement on 0131 622 8087 or email email@example.com. Alternatively, click here to download an application form and return to: Lucy Clement, Festival Theatre, 13/29 Nicolson Street, Edinburgh, EH8 9FT.
Because it's more than just a seat...
...it's being part of a piece of Edinburgh's history
...it's a way to honour a loved one
...it's where you experienced your first panto
...it's where you've seen the best performers from around the world
...it's showing your support for one of Edinburgh's best-loved theatres
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, PLEASE TAKE YOUR SEATS
Terms & Conditions
• Seat Dedication is guaranteed for a minimum of 10 years after which Festival and King’s Theatres reserves the right to remove the plaque
• Seat Dedication does not confer any rights or priority for booking and does not include performance tickets. Allocation of Seat Dedications is on a first come first served basis.
• The inscribed plaque will be fitted to the back of the chosen seat (visible from the row behind).
• The Festival and King’s Theatres reserve the right to reject any inscription deemed inappropriate.