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Feelgood has received support on a project basis from:

Arts Council of England
Yorkshire and Humberside Arts 
Business in the Arts: North West 
Manchester City Council 
Association of Greater Manchester Authorities (AGMA) 
Tameside Borough Council 
Staffordshire Borough Council 
Stockport Borough Council 
Salford Borough Council 
Trafford Borough Council
British Council (Bulawayo, Zimbabwe)
PRS for Music
The Midland Hotel (A QHotel)
The Oglesby Charitable Trust 
Zochonis Charitable Trust 
Paul Hamlyn Foundation 
Granada Foundation 
Quicks of Old Trafford
Concept Incentives
Anti-Slavery International
Nat West Bank
The Garrick Charitable Trust 
The Manchester Guardian Society Charitable Trust 
Duchy of Lancaster Benevolent Fund 
The Cameron Mackintosh Foundation 
The Stage Door Foundation
Manchester Metropolitan University MMU
The Manchester School of Theatre at MMU  
The School of Architecture at MMU 
The University of Manchester
The Royal Northern College of Music 

Over the years, alongside the Arts Council of England, we are indebted to a host of individuals, companies and organisations who share Feelgood’s vision.  These include: 

PZ Cussons 
The Stage Door Foundation 
The Oglesby Foundation
The Granada Foundation
The Duchy of Lancaster Guardian Society Charitable Trust
Manchester Airport 
The Oglesby Foundation 
DWF Solicitors 
The University of Manchester 
Mr Jim Quick of Quicks of Old Trafford 
Stockport Fire Extinguishers 
CIS Co-Op 
The Zachonis Foundation 
Manchester City Council

Over the years Feelgood have gone from aircraft hangar to the West End and it would not have been possible without the generous help that we have received from arts bodies, sponsors and foundations.


In particular, we are grateful for support from the Arts Council of England and our founding sponsor, Manchester Airport alongside our principal sponsors PZ Cussons and The Stage Door Foundation plus regular grants and encouragement from Manchester City Council, The Granada Foundation and the Oglesby Foundation.  


In 2017 Feelgood became the official theatre partner for Heaton Park and as a stakeholder group are supported in kind by Manchester City Council and Heaton Park.

Feelgood is a registered charity  and in supporting us, your company will become a vital component in the creation of Feelgood’s award winning work.  Our work is conceived in Manchester and shown on the national and international stage.  We are committed to making theatre that makes a difference to participants, audience and the local community and all grants are used with great care in the creation of a world class product. 


We can also create bespoke packages to align your CSR to our ongoing work and for your employees to become involved with productions.

Benefits to your company


As a result of your valuable support we are always happy to work with you to tailor hospitality that meets your corporate objectives.  Some of a range of benefits that you would receive are listed below:

  • Your logo and a link to your website on the Feelgood site.

  • A co-ordinated marketing strategy tailored to meet your targets. 

  • Sponsor credits on all Feelgood event print and social media.  

  • A dedicated liaison person. 

  • Invitations to launch and publicity events. 

  • Opportunity for on-site workshops for your staff and their families. 

  • Co-ordinated work with your PR and publicity departments to maximise exposure from media stories.

As a registered charity the benefit we receive from your sponsorship can be maximised by Gift Aiding your donation to enable us to reclaim the tax back.


Examples of past Corporate and Publicity Events

  • Back stage tours and meeting the cast.

  • Dinner with Dracula and a visit to the top of Manchester Town Hall.

  • Visits to rehearsals and picnics in the park with the cast.

  • Corporate ‘sword fighting’ with the cast of the Three Musketeers.

  • Dinner in Churchill’s Bunker and the Cabinet War Rooms, London. 

  • Champagne cocktails at The Midland Hotel with patrons and cast.

  • A Civic Reception at the Town Hall hosted by the Lord Mayor in honour of the company’s outstanding work.

  • A visit to Trafalgar Studios (West End, London) for Not About Heroes and drinks with the cast.

  • Champagne on board a Second World War aeroplane. 

  • An actor for a day! The CEO of a large corporation became a member of the cast for a day.



If you would like further information please email us

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