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Join Q and champion the arts

When you donate to Q Theatre, you support:

ARTIST DEVELOPMENT We provide resources, support and mentoring for some of NZ's most exciting creatives through Q's MATCHBOX development programme, bringing a range or powerful, diverse voices to the stage in our Loft venue.

AUDIENCE DEVELOPMENT We work closely with a wide range of performing arts organisations, encouraging collaboration and shared learnings, developing new ways of engaging with audiences from a wide range of backgrounds

JOINT VENTURES We work in partnership with over 60 companies every year, to bring the very best emerging and established theatre makers to Q Theatre, to tell New Zealand stories from new perspectives, exploring the world around us. 

A THRIVING ARTS PRECINCT We are proud to be at the heart of the arts precinct in the centre of Tamaki Makaurau. We partner closely with our neighbours to make the arts precinct an exciting place to live, work and visit.


Q Theatre is a registered charity and is independently owned and operated.

We self-generate over 75% of our revenue and rely on your support as Q Heroes Patrons and Corporate Sponsors to foster the arts and create extraordinary experiences in our city.

There are a variety of ways in which you can join with us to support our work:

Join The Q Heroes

Become a Q Patron

Become a Q Corporate Sponsor

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So you’re coming to Q. You’ve even picked a show and bought your tickets. You’ll need to know how to get here. But that’s just the beginning. Arrive early and head to the cafe, you can have dinner or just a snack. You’re only missing one thing - a drink. It’s lucky we’ve got a great bar then... more

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Whether you’re an individual who loves the theatre, or a company who’s looking to forge a new creative partnership, we’d love to hear from you.

More about Supporting Q

  • Q Theatre and BRIEFS Factory are stoked to be partnering with the New Zealand AIDS Foundation as part of the Puāwai Festival to honour World AIDS Day on Friday December 1.

  • Julie Zhu's portrait series, Hainamana, investigates contemporary Chinese-Aoteroa identity through the photographic lens.