Support Us

We are a not-for-profit organisation that welcomes the generous support of our Friends, Angels and Supporters.

We are well on the way to returning to early 2020 levels of creative output, engagement and participation work - but there is still much to do!

2022 sees us return to Southwark Playhouse for the magnificent Doctor Faustus by Christopher Marlowe continuing our exploration of the Early Modern Drama canon.

 

In early 2023 we will develop our relationship with Southwark Playhouse to present a major new Shakespeare production.

★★★★★

“A landmark production for a ground breaking company”

GGC on 'Tis Pity

There are 2 ways to join us on our biggest adventure yet; become a Lazarus Friend or Lazarus Angel

Also in 2023 we begin a new residency and indeed Lazarus' forever home in a yet to be announced brand new performance space.

We are at the beginning of something truly momentous and we would love for you to join us...

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Lazarus Friend

Become a Lazarus Friend by

donating £30 a year. 

Lazarus Friend Benefits include:

2 free tickets to every production in that season

Your name will be added to the Lazarus Wall of Fame & be credited in our programme.

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Lazarus Angel

Become a Lazarus Angel by

donating £250 or more a year.

 

Lazarus Angels Benefits include:

2 free tickets to every production in that season

Cast and Creative meet and greet.

Your name will be added to the Lazarus Wall of Fame & be credited in our programme. Business & Organisations will also receive a full page advertisement in our programme with billing across digital & print promotion.

★★★★

“An epic battle of the sexes to a modern upbeat soundtrack, donned with face glitter and wellies…It’s the kind of show you’ll be thinking about for days afterwards”

London Pub Theatres on The Taming of the Shrew

★★★★★

“This remains a visionary company who have once again brought us a stunning and thoughtful adaptation. Not to be missed”

Views from the Gods on Tamburlaine

★★★★★

“Visceral, brutal and horrifically messy… An exceptional, must-see production”

Views from the Gods on Edward II