Grid Iron is a multi-award winning Edinburgh theatre company best known for producing extraordinary work in unusual locations both at home and abroad. We relish new challenges and want our shows to be seen by the widest variety of people in the widest variety of places possible.
As a registered charity, we need help to make all our adventrues happen so why not take the leap, send us a one-off donation - or become a Friend and join us on our quest.
To send us a one off donation via The Big Give please click on the button below or, to become a Friend either download the form from the link below or email us with your postal address to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll send it to you.
OR BECOME A FRIEND OF GRID IRON
Be our Sidekick
Give £2.50 a month or £30 a year
You'll receive regular updates on Grid Iron news and be the first to know where our new productions are happening. We'll also send you a special Grid Iron badge to wear so we can say hello when you come to see us.
Be our Hero
Give £5 a month or £60 a year
Receive our Sidekick benefits plus priority booking for productions, handled for you directly by the Grid Iron team.
Be a Superhero
Give £10 a month or £120 a year
Receive our Hero benefits plus a goody bag of treats from Grid Iron's past productions and a thank you in our programmes and on our website. We'll also invite you to meet members of our creative team and performers and give you other opportunities to find out how we make our work.
Download and print the membership form from HERE or email your postal address to email@example.com and we'll send one to you.
If you'd like to give more, you or your organisation could become a TITAN. We'd love to talk to you about how to become more involved with our work.
For more information contact us on +44 (0)131 555 5455 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Illustration from Fierce: an urban myth by 16k Design.
Photos: Sidekick: Andy Clark in The Devil's Larder (photo Richard Campbell). Hero: Nicola Harrison in Once Upon A Dragon (photo Tim Morozzo).
Superhero: Itxaso Moreno in Roam (photo Richard Campbell)