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Our Latest Relationships

We are always looking to develop relationships with new businesses, and there are many ways that your business can help The Roses continue to be a vibrant and exciting place to be. Whether its by joining our Business Members Network, through Corporate Sponsorship or through reciprocal deals, we would love to chat about how we can work together.


Our latest relationships include


The Rajashahi Indian Restaurant on the High Street is a Tewkesbury institution and offers Roses ticket holders a 10% discount on all meals when they show their ticket.






Oberthur Technologies are long term sponsors of The Roses and we appreciate their ongoing support. Click here to read the full news story. 





 Executive Cleaning have been a member of our Business Members Network for over a year now, we would like to thank them for their continuing support. 







A massive thank you to Engall Castle who have sponsored the Youth Theatre productions of The Wind In The Willows and One Act Plays performed on the Roses Stage on Saturday 29 June 2013. Click here to read the full news story







Many thanks to local company Red Sixty who sponsored our pantomime, ‘Aladdin’ in 2012. Redsixty have also generously sponsored the Roses Company Youth Theatre’s production of A. Loan this year. Leaders and members of Company were delighted at the generous funding package that facilitated their participation in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August 2014.






Many thanks to The Breeze for sponsoring 2013's Pantomine Jack and the Beanstalk.Through this membership we were able to raise awareness of the radio station and they where able to promote us to our target audience. 








The Tewkesbury Rotary Club have sponsored many Take Part projects at the theatre. This year they have supported a young participant to attend our 'Your Future' sessions. 










 We would like to thank Charles Carter Lettings for sponsoring our film programme for the next year. 

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