The Naturesave Trust makes a donation to The Kings Theatre

Thanks to a grant from the Naturesave Trust, The Kings Theatre has been able to replace 50 halogen light fittings bringing considerable environmental and cost savings. 

The Naturesave Trust was set up in 1995 to promote the adoption of sustainable development and is fully funded by the activities of Naturesave Insurance, the UK’s leading ethical insurance provider for individuals, businesses, charities and community groups.

“Thanks to The Naturesave Trust we have been able to replace all our halogen lighting backstage, in dressing rooms, and the working lights on stage. Working with our supplier Kew Electrical we have replaced 50 fittings, which will give us a saving of almost £1,000 a year.”

Darren Smith, Technical Manager, The Kings Theatre

For further information please contact Jayne Gross at the Kings Theatre (

The Kings Theatre is a 1907 Grade II* listed theatre, designed by renowned architect Frank Matcham.

For 112 years audiences have enjoyed musicals, plays, comedy, opera, dance, talks and film in the sumptuous surroundings of a beautiful Grade II* listed proscenium arch theatre, designated by the Theatres Trust as a ‘theatre of national architectural importance’

Since 2003 it has been managed by the Kings Theatre Trust Ltd as a voluntary charitable Trust. The Trust has invested almost £3 million in an extensive restoration programme, the majority of costs being met through the Theatre’s own Box Office revenue.

We continue to make history with our programme, community projects and daily preservation of this remarkable theatre

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