Summer Workshop Fun
Register now to get active this summer
Your Summer Sundays just got better
It may only be March but we are already thinking about Summer! The sun, the warm weather and, best of all, a brand new term of our highly popular Weekend Workshops. And you can now register to join us!
Yes, registration for the Summer Term of our wickedly playful Weekend Workshops is now open!
Our Weekend Workshops are ten Sunday mornings of acting, singing and dancing; the perfect way for you to immerse yourself in creativity and forget about the outside world for a few hours. We have spots available for both adults, as well as teenagers.
No experience is necessary; just rock up and have fun. So join us from Sunday 24 April for ten weeks of performing arts with our friendly and talented creative team!
Want to know more? Head to our website or feel free to drop us an email!
Support us through a loan
As we work towards finding a venue that we can call home, we are in need of temporary financing that will help us to cover basic outlays, such as deposits and initial capital costs.
The amazing news is that if you are a Belgian taxpayer, you can help us out and get yourself a tax break at the same time!
That is thanks to Brussels’ Proxi Loan system, which enables Brussels’ residents to lend money to organisations for a 5-to-8-year period. And The Bridge Theatre is eligible. You can benefit from an interest rate of up to 1.5% plus an annual tax advantage of 4%. You can check out more information on the Brussels region’s finance website: https://www.finance.brussels/proxi/.
Got some spare cash lying in a bank account that you would like to put to good use? We’d love to begin a conversation with you to see if this option is right for you. Drop us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Call for specialist skills
Are you a highly skilled professional? Do you have a few hours spare to provide pro-bono advice? Do you want to give something to the Brussels community? We would love to hear from you!
Creating a theatre is not just about getting some actors to learn some lines and putting them on stage. There is a lot of behind-the-scenes work that needs to be done before we even begin to approach that phase.
We are now looking for people with specialist skills to help us as we move towards establishing a home for professional English-language theatre in Brussels. We would be delighted to hear from architects, accountants, lawyers, communication professionals, graphic designers, technicians, electricians, plumbers, Belgian planning officials, safety experts, sustainability experts, people involved in the circular economy…and more.
Yes, that is quite a list. But then, there is quite a lot to do!
Think you can help? Want to help us to lay the foundations of a theatre? Say hello and let’s begin a conversation!