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Thanks to our Funders

The What the Dickens? 2024 5-date London run is supported by Cockayne – Grants for the Arts: a donor-advised fund held at The London Community Foundation.

The Into the Melting Pot tours and education projects in 2023-2024 are supported by Arts Council England and The Shoresh Charitable Trust. The refugee and migrant projects in Manchester and Wolverhampton are supported by The Victoria Wood Foundation. The refugee and migrant project in Wolverhampton is supported by The James Beattie Charitable Trust.

The West Midlands residency 2023/2024 is supported by The W E Dunn Trust. The Wolverhampton residency 2023/2024 is supported by The Grimmitt Trust.

The Telling South Cumbria residency 2023/2024 is supported by The Sir John Fisher Foundation.

The Telling Welsh residency 2023/2024 is supported by The Colwinston Charitable Trust.

The Vision 2023 tour and education work is supported by The Souter Charitable Trust.

The Cumbria school composition project is supported by The Hadfield Trust. The Wolverhampton school composition project is supported The Grimmitt Trust, The W E Dunn Trust and The James Beattie Charitable Trust.

The What the Dickens? 2023 tour is supported by The Marchus Trust, The Golsoncott Foundation, Scops Arts Trust and The Radcliffe Trust.

The Into the Melting Pot and The Telling Unchained tour in May 2023 is supported by a grant from Continuo Foundation and Scops Arts Trust. The South East shows are supported by Angel Early Music.

The Empowered Women (Into the Melting Pot, Vision & Unsung Heroine) Tour 2022 is supported by Scops Arts Trust, The Golsoncott Foundation, The Marchus Trust, The Radcliffe Trust and The Souter Charitable Trust. The Into the Melting Pot tour is supported by a grant from Continuo Foundation, The Shoresh Charitable Trust and The Sylvia Waddilove Foundation. The Vision and Unsung Heroine tours are supported by Ambache Charitable Trust which is active in raising the profile of women composers. The Mistley, Folkestone and Lewes performances are supported by Angel Early Music. The Ulverston performances are supported by The Sir John Fisher Foundation. The Wolverhampton performances are supported by The Grimmitt Trust and The W E Dunn Charitable Trust. The Welsh performances are supported by The Margaret Davies Charity. Core costs underpinning this tour are supported by The Garfield Weston Foundation.

Our 2022 Welsh residency (Vision in Conwy, Unsung Heroine in Cardiff, Carols in Conwy and Carols in Cardiff) are supported by The Darkley Trust and The Margaret Davies Charity.

The I, Spie 2021 tour is supported by a grant from Continuo Foundation, Angel Early Music, a pool of donors and our crowdfunders. The Stroud Green Festival performance is supported by The Marchus TrustThe Grange-over-Sands performance is supported by Sir John Fisher Foundation.

Love in the Lockdown is funded by Arts Council England Emergency Response Fund, The Golsoncott Foundation and crowdfunders.

The Secret Life of Carols tours 2019 and 2020 are funded by Arts Council England.

In Retreat is funded by Arts Council England’s Emergency Response Fund and crowdfunders.


#TuneTag and Online R&D of two new shows & performance of Unsung Heroine are funded by Arts Council England’s Emergency Response Fund.

The Empowered Women tour (Vision, Into the Melting Pot and Unsung Heroine) is funded by Arts Council England, The Golsoncott Foundation, Unity Theatre Trust and The Marchus Trust.

The Hildegard and Beatriz de Dia shows (Vision and Unsung Heroine), including filming of the online versions, are supported by The Ambache Charitable Trust which is active in raising the profile of women composers.

#HomeTour is funded by Arts Council England's Emergency Response Fund, The Sylvia Waddilove Foundation and The Golsoncott Foundation.

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