MAYK Theatre CIC is a small organisation with big ideas. We currently deliver Mayfest – a major international festival – and many other public projects throughout the year.
We are only able to continue doing the work we do through the generosity of our funders and supporters. Ticket sales only make up about 15% of our annual income, with a further 30% from public funding. We need to raise the rest ourselves in order to be able to continue supporting and presenting the most inspiring artists for our audience.
Please consider supporting us and help us make extraordinary things happen.
You can make a one-off donation and know you're giving a helping hand to the work we do. Your donations go directly into supporting the creation and presentation of exciting new theatre.
If you're a national or local brand looking to make a splash, we can work with you to place your business at the heart of one of the UK's most exciting festivals. We have a range of sponsorship and partnership opportunities available.
Become a MAYK Friend by signing up for a regular, monthly donation from as little as £5 a month. We'll send you a little thank-you and a MAYK tote bag in return.
As a Community Interest Company, charitable trusts and foundations play a crucial role in helping us achieve our aims. From supporting our work with children and young people, to the festival programme and our ongoing running costs, there are many ways that trusts can help us thrive.
Thank you to all our current and previous MAYK Friends and donors: Melanie Scaffold, Seth Honnor, Gary Hills, Kerrie Avery, Emma Bettridge, Danny Dyer, Dorothy Austin, High Grant-Peterkin, Jo Hunter, Lottie Donovan, Annie Warburton, Dr Phillip Naylor, Ruth Moesby. Tanuja Amarasuriya, Jo Elsworth, Alison O'Neill, Clare Reddington, Anna Nichols, Bernie Hodges, Vic Wakefield-Jarrett, Sarah Taylor, John Austin, Kerry Hector, Jennifer Mactaggart, Richard Farrer, Olivia Winteringham, Owen Kimm, Jonathan Harper, Claire Stewart, Philippa Shelton, Pam Tait, Chris Seal, Andrew Hemming.
All photography provided by Paul Blakemore