Consultancy seeks sponsors for Liverpool Theatre Pageant

Liverpool Theater Festival

The Liverpool Theater Festival takes place at St. Lukes Bombed Out Church. Image by David Munn

The Liverpool Theater Festival takes place over 12 days in September and also includes a showcase for new talent. The consulting company Entertainment 51 was commissioned to secure the sponsorship

Liverpool Theater FestivalThe Liverpool Theater Festival takes place at St. Lukes Bombed Out Church. Image by David Munn

Event consultancy Entertainment 51 will attract sponsors and partners for the award-winning Liverpool Theater Festival (LTF), which takes place this summer.

Sponsors have two options; Little LTF, a week-long special showcase for new writers and emerging talent, in July and the main festival, which takes place over 12 days in September.

The first Liverpool Theater Festival took place in the atmospheric setting of St. Luke’s Bombed Out Church in the city last summer and drew more than 2,500 performance fans over nine days.

Festival Director Bill Elms said, “It is wonderful to have secured Entertainment 51 to bring sponsors on board. Getting sponsorship and business support is essential to running events on this scale and allowing the events to grow.

The Liverpool Theater Festival was a huge hit in its inaugural year during the pandemic when everyone has come together to make this happen. In part, to bring it back and grow it into an annual festival will require the generous support of our business community. Without them we couldn’t go on.

“And it’s wonderful to know that there are companies out there ready to support the return of the arts in a very challenging year.”

In addition, Entertainment 51 has been granted the right to sponsor and partner the 24-hour games taking place at the historic Laurence Batley Theater in Huddersfield this fall.

London-based Entertainment 51 was founded in 2017 as a family business specializing in creating, managing and running exciting and immersive events and experiences.