Why partner with us?
Anywhere Theatre Festival delivers exciting, innovative and highly effective partnering strategies from media and hosting to brand awareness, hospitality and customer introduction.
Because performances can be anywhere, we can lead potential customers directly to your door like no other theatre or festival.
Our marketing and public relations strategy means that exposure for partners can be targeted locally, city wide and nationally. In 2014 we generated over $291,000 equivalent advertising spend due to presenting partner mX topped with an extensive approach to social media, partnerships with Brisbane Marketing and 20,000 programs distributed throughout Brisbane.
Partner with us and benefit from being involved with one of only nine international festivals in Qantas Travel Insiders Top Nine International Festivals
It is a chance to access a large, committed and engaged audience, a community of over 250,000 socially active young people, artists and audience members.
It is also an incredible way to provide unique opportunities for your existing customers and employees with special events and hospitality arrangements.
- Align your brand with a leader in the arts community in a clever, memorable and integrated way
- Engage directly with our large and Brisbane wide audience of non traditional theatre goers
- Increase your profile both locally and nationally as a creative, connected and passionate member of the community
- Gain a high level of targeted exposure for your products and services
- Provide unique opportunities for your customers and employees to be involved from bespoke productions to volunteering opportunities.
There are various levels of partnership options available that can include a range of benefits and leveraging opportunities depending on your objectives.
For more information contact us.
2014 Anywhere Theatre Festival Frankston Partners (22 Aug – 6 Sep 2014)
Anywhere Theatre Festival Frankston is all about people and organisations working together to showcase the talent and creativity in Frankston. We’d like to acknowledge the support of our amazing partners, from those hosting performances listed over the page to the major partners of the inaugural Anywhere Theatre Festival Frankston!
Frankston City Council strives to achieve its vision of being a sustainable regional capital on the Bay – vibrant, inclusive and a natural lifestyle choice by actively supporting innovative economic and community development via the arts, tourism, festivals and events. Council recognises that they play an important role in generating community pride and connectedness whilst providing cultural and vibrant activity for residents and visitors to enjoy.
The Frankston Arts Centre plays host to approximately one quarter of a million visitors annually and is renowned for its variety of theatre, visual arts, cultural programs and arts opportunities from local, national and international artists. The FAC’s mission is to provide and inspire creative experiences that strive for positive community participation and engagement.
The Edge (edgearts.com.au) is an online arts network that offers a one stop shop for local artists, arts related activity, events and opportunities. Developed for those passionate about the arts, The Edge is for individual artists of all genres, arts organisations, community groups, venues, galleries, arts businesses and arts and culture lovers to activate new connections and aid participation in the arts.
EastLink is the quickest and easiest way to travel between Melbourne and Frankston. EastLink has the largest sculpture park in Australia, with a dozen public artworks set within 480 hectares of landscaping. As Principal Partner of Frankston Arts Centre, EastLink is delighted to sponsor the first Anywhere Theatre Festival Frankston.
As the peak tourism body in the Mornington Peninsula region, Mornington Peninsula Tourism are dedicated to promoting and growing vibrant events and festivals in the region that enhance liveability for residents and attract visitors to our region. Supporting live theatre is key to delivering on this objective.
All Host Partner details can be found at the link, but included: Bayside Rock, Chisholm, Cube 37 @ Frankston Arts Centre. Eeny Meeny, Frankston LIbrary, Gateway Worship & Performing Arts Centre, Mechanics Institute Hall, McClelland Gallery &+ Sculpture Park, Mulberry Hill, Rocotillos Cafe, Sofia’s, The Grand Hotel, Frankston Skate Park (YMCA)
2014 Anywhere Theatre Festival Brisbane Partners (7-18 May 2014)
mX is tickled pink to be the presenting partnering with the Anywhere Theatre Festival in 2014. Just like the Anywhere artists, we’re fun, creative and sometimes a little wacky every weekday in the Brisbane CBD and on our smartphone app around-the-clock. Grab mX each day for a serve of local news, the best of the world’s weirdest stories, all the latest Goss & glam and sport and the hilarity of our Talk pages and download our smartphone app today
Anywhere Theatre Festival Limited is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland, part of the Department of Science, Information Technology, Innovation and the Arts.
Brisbane Marketing. Brisbane’s cultural world is as exciting as the lush landscape. Join us for some of the country’s finest restaurants, most electric events and unique shopping haunts. For the inside scoop, visitbrisbane.com.au. Our location partners are the secret and not so secret gems where you’ll find Anywhere Theatre Festival performances. They have provided their spaces to performers and producers over the twelve days. Explore them during the festival and you’ll discover why you’ll want to visit them again!
All Host Partners details are definitely worth checking out here and the list includes: Aboriginal Centre for the Performing Arts, Albert Street Uniting Church, Artslink, Australian Modern, The Bearded Lady, Bent Books, Blackwall, The Boundary Hotel, Brisbane Powerhouse, Fil-A-Bolus, Flipside Circus, The Fox Hotel, Holland Park Bowls Club, HQ Male Grooming, Maritime Museum, Mill Street Studios, Mowbray Terrace Town Hall, Mr. Rush, Northshore Hamilton, Queensland Museum, Paddington Substation, Padre Dive Bar, Queen Street Mall, Reverse Garbage, Roma Street Parklands, Shady Palms, Spring Hill Baths, St Vincent’s Private Hospital, Brisbane, Stones Corner Hotel, Storey Bridge Hotel and Turf Studio