New Theatre Royal is a national portfolio arts organisation. We receive funding from Arts Council England, Portsmouth City Council and the rest of our income comes from ticket sales, commercial partnerships, sponsorship’s and fundraising.
The New Theatre Royal Trustees (Portsmouth) Limited is a registered charity no. 271976 and is a company limited by guarantee and registered in London no. 01266053. Registered office New Theatre Royal, 20-24 Guildhall Walk, Portsmouth, PO1 2DD.
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