Could you be a patron for GAOS?

WHY not support your local performance groups by becoming a patron of the Gainsborough Amateur Operatic Society (GAOS)?

By The Newsroom
Saturday, 18th February 2012, 10:30 am

GAOS is entirely self-funding and funded mainly through ticket sales.

But box office takings rarely cover the cost of producing a show, so more funding is needed to ensure this society is performing for many years to come.

Michael Wragg from the society said: “We are always looking for sponsors, patrons and anyone who has a love of the musical theatre to support us to enable GAOS to survive for another 100 years.”

“Patrons will help GAOS maintain its high standard of production and helps to keep musical theatre in Gainsborough very much alive and kicking.”

Levels of patronage are bronze £15, silver £25 and gold £60 which entitle you to a wide range of benefits from the society.

Patrons who sign up before April will see their names in the programme of Me and My Girl - at Trinity Arts Centre from 24th - 28th April.

Prospective patrons should contact Michael Wragg on 01427 616852.