19 June 2013
The Christmas Pantomime
When is it? December to January Annually
What do you receive?
- Logo on Pantomime print
Use of your company logo on all pantomime leaflets and posters. 30,000 leaflets and 450 posters will be distributed across Surrey, Berkshire and Hampshire.
- Bus / Bus Shelter Advertising
Use of company logo on advertising that will appear in bus shelters and on a giant billboard.
- Theatre Brochure
Company logo and support publicised within two editions of the theatre's main brochure (70,000 in total) and is sent to the theatre's mailing list and distributed across Surrey, Berkshire and Hampshire.
A full-page advert within the pantomime programme.
- Pantomime Newspaper Advertising
Use of your logo on all newspaper & magazine advertising. Adverts will appear in all key regional newspapers such as What's on, the Camberley News and Mail and the Surrey Hants Star Courier. The main advertising period will be October to December.
- Banner Advertising
Your logo on pantomime banners, displayed across Camberley High Street. These will be displayed from early November to January during the peak shopping period.
- Publicity Opportunities
The theatre organises publicity events with members of the cast in costume to publicise your company's support. Photographers from local newspapers will be invited to attend.
- Foyer Display
A display board will be made available in the foyer for your promotional materials.
- In-Show Endorsement
A reference to your company will be written into the script.
- Complimentary Tickets
You are allocated 20 complimentary tickets for performances - allowing you to use them as prizes for staff or customers. In addition more tickets can be purchased at a special concessionary rate.
- Gala Night Party
As a sponsor you will be invited to the Gala Night Party along with The Mayor of Surrey Heath, local Councillors and the pantomime cast.
- Pantomime Facts
In 2008/09 our pantomime 'Jack and The Beanstalk' enjoyed audiences of nearly 14,000. The audience footprint for Camberley Theatre's pantomime covers a wide geographical area, spanning Surrey, Berkshire and Hampshire.