There’s never been a better time to be part of the National Theatre and becoming a member makes it more exciting than ever.
We depend on committed audience members like you to help us continue producing great theatre. Support like yours helps build the sets for awe-inspiring shows; helps commission new plays from leading writers; and allows us to bring the world’s most exciting actors, directors and designers to our stages.
To show our thanks, we’ll help you get the very best from your visits through a range of benefits that aim to bring you ever closer to our work.
Join or renew now, or click on the links below to find out more about the benefits offered at each level:
£80 - £199 per year
Through their donations from £80 Priority Members make a huge difference to the work that goes on at the National Theatre.
£200 - £599 per year
Priority Plus membership offers supporters the opportunity to increase their philanthropic relationship with the National Theatre.
£600 - £1,499 per year
Supporting Cast donations provide key funds that allow the National Theatre to do things that otherwise wouldn't be possible.
£1,500 - £2,999 per year
As a gesture of thanks for their generous support Patrons receive a personalised booking service through the NT Development office.
£3,000 - £5,999 per year
To acknowledge their increased support, Premier Patrons are invited to attend intimate Cast Talkback events, as well as to join exclusive NT overseas events.
£6,000 - £11,999 per year
As well as making an increased philanthropic gift to the NT, Benefactors are invited to attend NT Opening Nights and receive invitations to a number of exclusive events such as lunch with the National Theatre's Director.
from £12,000 per year
With a visionary approach to the National Theatre's future, Olivier Circle donors recognise that the National Theatre seeks to constantly broaden its work and donate £12,000+ per year to the NT.
Inspire, Challenge and Entertain
Give the gift that lasts all year.
Advance Membership is for regular ticket buyers who want the opportunity to book tickets for productions in the Olivier and Lyttelton theatres in advance of the general public.