Culture Warrington is a charity that works across three town-centre venues to deliver some of the best arts, heritage and entertainment opportunities in the North West.

As a registered charity, we rely on donations to create unforgettable art experiences while making the town a thriving hub of cultural activity. By choosing to support us, you can help us sustain and expand our cultural offer and help fund top-quality arts, culture and heritage right here in Warrington. Your gift, whatever its size, makes a real difference to our work and is always gratefully received. Please support our valuable work by making a donation today.

The easiest way to donate is online, via our BT Mydonate page. Please remember to Gift-Aid your donation as it means we will receive an extra 25p for every £1 you give, at no extra cost to you

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Alternatively, you can give our fundraising and sponsorship officer Andrea Morley a call on 01925 443944, or email

Thank you so much for choosing to support Culture Warrington. It’s only through the generosity of donors like you that we can continue our work.


Leaving a gift in your will or in memory of a loved one is a wonderful way of supporting Culture Warrington.

All gifts – no matter what size – whether a sum of money or a piece of art can make a huge difference to our work. Whatever you leave to Culture Warrington, it will be used to celebrate culture and develop our plans for the future.

Leaving a gift is a big decision, and we would advise that you talk to your solicitor about your intentions. If you would like to discuss remembering Culture Warrington in your will, please contact our Fundraising and Sponsorship Officer Andrea Morley on 01925 443944, or email

Become a Lottery Member

Culture Warrington is proud to present its very own Lotto Superdraw – a fantastic scheme that allows you to support arts, heritage and learning opportunities in Warrington, whilst also being in with the chance to win a fantastic cash prize.

For just over £1 a week, you can help preserve Warrington’s rich cultural history, as well as supporting our increasingly popular learning and development activities. Plus, you could also be in with the chance of winning up to £1,000 in cash!

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Corporate & Sponsorship Opportunities

Corporate support is vital to Culture Warrington as it helps fund our ongoing conservation, restoration, and education work.

We pride ourselves on building unique partnerships that not only support arts and heritage in Warrington, but also help you meet your business objectives and CSR goals.

We offer flexible and creative packages to specifically suit your needs, opening up a world of private dinners, drinks receptions, breakfasts, talks, exhibitions, behind-the-scenes tours, and workshops for your clients and employees.

To discuss these opportunities further, please call Andrea Morley on 01925 443944 or email

Venue Hire

Ever thought about holding a conference in the oldest museum in the North West? Or perhaps you fancy holding your next staff awards ceremony in a concert hall that has played host to the Rolling Stones, Stone Roses, and Arctic Monkeys?

We offer a unique range of venue hire opportunities across our iconic buildings that will ensure your event is remembered for years to come.

Please contact our friendly Venue Hires team on 01925 442959 or for more information and a free venue hires pack

Our supporters

Culture Warrington is supported by a broad range of public bodies, organisations, and individuals. These include:

Statutory Funders


Funders and sponsors



In June 2017, the international pianist, Stephen Hough CBE, came on board as Culture Warrington’s first ever patron, who has later joined by footballer Roger Hunt.

Hough, who grew up in Warrington, has played piano on some of the most famous stages in the world, including Chicago’s Symphony Hall, London’s Royal Festival Hall, and the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam.

Stephen has a real passion for supporting arts and culture in his hometown, and when he was appointed as a patron of Culture Warrington, he said:

I’m delighted to be part of Culture Warrington – a charity that does so much great work to improve the cultural scene in Warrington, a place where I have many fond memories of growing up. Culture Warrington is working hard to bring life to this underachieving part of the North West and open it up to new ideas. I would love for people to feel that they didn’t always have to go to Manchester or Liverpool for cultural events but that they could stay closer to home.