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Help us to keep dance alive in these challenging times – support us with a donation today.

I am only able to produce my work with the support of our wonderful donors. They create the space and resources that help me develop initial thoughts and inspirations into fully shaped projects and performances. And today we are ever-more reliant on the generous philanthropy of individuals to achieve our ambitions and look to the future with confidence.

— Shobana Jeyasingh

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We believe that dance has a role to play in talking about the world we live in.

On behalf of all at Shobana Jeyasingh Dance and the arts sector more widely, please help by making a donation. Every small contribution helps.

Donors who make gifts of between £5 and £499 will become part of our Apsara Circle (Apsaras are the heavenly dancers of Hindu mythology) and we will keep you closely connected with our work.

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Creative Circle

We warmly invite you to support our Creative Circle to help us create work that is visceral and stimulating. Your philanthropy is needed more than ever as Covid-19 continues to devastate the arts sector.

The Creative Circle is a philanthropic funding programme for gifts of £500 to £10,000, which go directly towards the creation and production of new works. As a Creative Circle supporter you will become an extended member of our artistic team and you’ll receive exclusive, regular insights from Shobana and we will thank you in our programmes and online.

Download the Creative Circle leaflet for more details. Donate £500 or more online or download the attached form.

Please contact Kate Knight, Development Associate, to find out more about what you can expect as a Creative Circle supporter: kate@shobanajeyasingh.co.uk


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How your support helps

Creating new dance works takes months, even years. Shobana’s initial ideas, inspired by life in today’s bustling cities, can only form, develop and finally bind together in a finished work through a rigorous process of research, rehearsal and collaboration with dancers, composers, designers and production experts.

We set ourselves a minimum target of raising at least £250,000 each year to support the development of productions and our wide-reaching Learning programme.

With your help, by making a donation of any size, our small company can continue to make dance which challenges the mind as well as the body. And crucially, we can continue to support our freelance dancers, designers, technicians, and musicians, which is critical to the survival of the arts during these challenging times.

“We are immensely proud and privileged to be able to support the development of new work at Shobana Jeyasingh Dance. Being even a small part of the creative journey that brings an exciting new performance to the wider audience is extremely important to us.”

Sandi and Jake Ulrich, Supporters of the Creative Circle

Major Supporters

We’d particularly like to thank our major supporters: the Dr Michael and Anna Brynberg Charitable Foundation, Cockayne – Grants for the Arts, ft’ Work Trust, Garcia Family Foundation, the Leche Trust, Deborah Loeb Brice Donor Advised Fund at CAF, The London Community Foundation, the Mila Charitable Organisation, Oak Foundation, the Royal Philharmonic Society with funding from the RPS Drummond Fund, Wellcome and the Garfield Weston Foundation.

And the following people for their generous support over the past two years, as well as all of our donors who wish to remain anonymous.

  • Creative Circle Supporters
  • Ariane Bankes
  • Jules and Cheryl Burns Trust
  • Amanda Cupples & Nick Hoffman
  • Emma Davidson
  • The Hochhauser Foundation
  • Mike and Caroline Howes
  • Beatrice Larsen
  • Richard & Janet Martin
  • Samir Savant
  • The Ulrich Family
  • Oliver Vicars-Harris
  • Apsara Supporters
  • Caroline Clark
  • Cathy Corbett
  • Nova Dobb
  • Alison Duthie
  • Jo Fox
  • Ruth Glick & Jonathan Green
  • Betsy Gregory
  • Rachel Harris
  • Nigel Hinds
  • Henrietta Hine
  • Rhian Hughes
  • Alison Kenny
  • Kate and Frank Knight
  • David Micklem
  • Anna Nasmyth
  • Kavita Raj
  • Natalie Shipton
  • Rebecca Simor
  • Special thanks to all the wonderful Apsara supporters who made a gift in memory of Regina von Planta

Contact Kate Knight to find out more

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