Theatre companies entering the Rose Bowl Award competition pay an entry fee which contributes towards the adjudication costs. However, in order to keep the fee as low as possible, we rely heavily on the voluntary support and goodwill of a dedicated group of people for administration and fundraising. We are always interested in the possibility of financial support of any kind - please contact our Treasurer, Denise Jones
We would like to thank especially Spirolux Limited for the provision of full technical support for the Awards Ceremony 2019. Spirolux is a production, design and events company with over 40 years of combined experience in the professional industry. Whatever your production needs, whether it’s a simple PA system or full production management, Spirolux can help you out. Spirolux is also able to offer a full range of training packages based around your needs. Training can be carried out on either your own equipment or on equipment of your choice supplied by Spirolux. For more information on any of our services or to make an enquiry, go to our website www.spirolux.co.uk or look us up on Facebook.
The Rose Bowl Awards are supported by an endowment fund, established in 1992 with initial donations from Joan Hawkins, and Peter and Eleanor Coe. The Fund is managed by Quartet Community Foundation.
A minimum donation of £5,000 to the Rose Bowl Awards endowment fund provides lasting sponsorship of an individual award. We are grateful to those who have sponsored awards to date as follows:
Mr & Mrs P Evans, Backstage Productions, Bristol Musical Comedy Club: Melanie Evans Award
Joan Hawkins - Shakespeare Award, Bernard Fennell Award
Simon Mallitte - Eileen Hartly Hodder Award
Vanessa Stevenson, Executors of Mr & Mrs Macrae - Barbara Macrae Award
Bernard Fennell - Jean Fennell Award
Terry Norris - David Higson Award
A minimum donation of £250 provides sponsorship for one year of an individual award.
We are grateful to all our sponsors who are supporting the Rose Bowl Awards in 2019: