Broadway is a not-for-profit organisation with charitable status.
We look to public funding to support our mission of inspiring creativity and a lifelong love of film through providing opportunities for young filmmakers and artists, by offering subsidised ticket prices for disadvantaged customers and by adapting our spaces so those with special requirements can continue to enjoy everything we offer.
Recent successful projects include our connecting communities project in Bulwell, bringing a dementia friendly screening to Mansfield, and our very own Explorers Fair.
Broadway is a registered charity, has no shareholders, pays no dividends and invests the surplus we make from our cinema and Cafébar into supporting our educational, community and talent development activities. Our independence gives us the freedom to do more for local people.
We look to you for your continued support in helping us achieve our mission.
"The Connecting Communities project brings families together whilst watching and enjoying a movie at an affordable price"Jo Alls, Volunteer
A one-off or regular donation will help us continue to create the opportunities that film provides and inspires. All online donations are administered by the Charities Aid Foundation and will show up as Nottingham Media Centre (our legal name) on your email confirmation. Please be aware that if you ask to remain anonymous we won't be able to thank you personally. If you have any problems or want to speak to someone at Broadway about your donation, please contact us.
Donate in person
You can donate by cash, cheque, credit or debit card at the Box Office.
Gift Aid it
If you pay tax in the UK, don't forget to Gift Aid your donation as this will enable your donation to grow by a further 25%. And as an added bonus, for a limited period, the Arts Council England will match your donation £1 for £1 through it's Catalyst Evolve Philanthropy programme.