Sponsorship Details

If you are interested in becoming a sponsor or would like more details please contact us.

Principal Sponsor: £2,500

Named sponsorship of main act event
Advert in printed programme leaflet
Company logo and details on the website support page with link to your website
Company logo on website home page scrolling banner
Company listing on website's advertisers page
Opportunity to sponsor the opening or closing event with company name on tickets
Banner with all sponsor logos displayed at every performance
Twenty free tickets for any of the performances
One week's priority booking period before sales open to the public
Invitation to the festival's opening drinks party

Sponsor: £500

Company logo and details on the website support page with link to your website
Company logo on website page scrolling banner
Company listing on website's advertisers page
Company name in printed programme leaflet
Banner with all sponsor logos displayed at every performance
Four free tickets for any of the performances
One week's priority booking period before sales open to the public
Invitation to the festival's opening drinks party

Supporters: £250

Company logo and details on the website support page with link to your website
Company logo on website page scrolling banner
Company listing on website's advertisers page
Banner with all sponsor logos displayed at every performance
Two free tickets for any of the performances
One week's priority booking period before sales open to the public
Invitation to the festival's opening drinks party

Advertisers: £75

Company listing on website's advertisers page
Invitation to the festival's opening drinks party


Patronage, Commissions & Underwriting

Opportunities exist for the commissioning of new works and exclusive festival productions. You might like to commission the composition of a new piece of music, or the production and performance of a play, an art prize, a piece of sculpture or an exhibition. Please contact us for details or bring us your own ideas.

In 2010 three festival initiatives were generously underwritten by local businesses; the financial risk was born by the underwriter with any benefit going to the festival. This enabled the festival to undertake projects which might otherwise be considered too risky to be undertaken by a charity.

Holt Festival would welcome further support of this kind.