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As such, we rely on your support to secure our future. See our shows, visit our cafe bar & restaurant, become a Friend, make a donation or have a party here, all of this helps support macrobert and helps deliver our artistic, education and access work.
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A creative future
macrobert plays an important part in Scotland’s creative future by fostering artists and new talent, inspiring creativity – particularly amongst children and young people - and providing a participation and performance programme that is unparalleled in Scotland for its variety, spanning drama, dance, comedy, music, art, film, literature and opera. We nurture and champion writers, actors, dancers and artists by commissioning new work and providing facilities, resources and artistic support. As a multi-art-form centre macrobert is a catalyst for exciting (and sometimes surprising!) collaborations.
National & international reputation
macrobert has earned a national reputation, and an emerging international reputation, as a centre of excellence for creative work for, with and by children young people. Our award winning children’s shows, developed at macrobert, receive widespread acclaim. They appear by request at national and international festivals, and perform by invitation in leading UK theatres and abroad. Recently, productions created at macrobert have been invited to perform in Hong Kong, Singapore, Austria, Northern Ireland, Norway and Australia’s Sydney Opera House.
Inspiring a new generation
macrobert works with over 200 young people each week, engaging and inspiring them through theatre, dance and film, on-site and through outreach work in the community. Our dedicated arts education team includes drama, dance, film and early year’s specialists.
There are over 80,000 children and young people, under age 25, living in the Stirling and Forth Valley area. They make up approximately 25% of the population of the area. Each has individual potential. Together they are our future.
Research shows that participation in quality arts activities improves life chances of children. We are determined that all young people should have equal access to quality arts activities. To do this we:
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We would like to thank the following organisations for their kind support:
The JTH Charitable Trust, Gordon Fraser Charitable Trust
macrobert arts centre limited is a Scottish charity, no SC039546