As a charitable organisation with a responsibility to the wider public, we are passionate about keeping ticket prices as low as possible. This however means that we are reliant on additional support from our audiences and the local business community in order to be able to continue to do what we do best - deliver a varied programme of high quality, thought provoking work that is affordable and accessible.

Your donations feed directly into the producing budget and support our extensive Education & Outreach programme. If every person who bought a ticket for a performance donated £1 we would be able to:

  • Dramatically expand the ouput of our Education & Outreach Department
  • Increase the number of Tron Theatre Company productions each year
  • Develop wider opportunties for international touring

Even the smallest donation can make a significant impact to the future of the Tron so please give generously.


We would like to say a huge thank you to our generous pantomime audience for helping us raise a phenomenal £10,000 for our new Pay It Forward scheme! The funds raised will be used to invite disadvantaged groups to our 2017 pantomime. In the first year of this intiative we are delighted to invite the following groups to see Alice in Weegieland:

NSPCC helps children who have been abused to rebuild their lives, protects those at risk and works to find the best way to prevent abuse from happening.

Scottish Refugee Council works with refugees and asylum seekers across Scotland, providing advice and support services, undertaking policy and research work and providing training.

West of Scotland Deaf Children's Society offer help and support for families with deaf children in the West of Scotland.

Maslow's Community Shop is a Govan-based social enterprise that supports refugees, asylum seekers and people in the local community experiencing financial difficulties.

Blue Triangle Housing Association supports, accommodates and assists vulnerable people who are homeless, at risk of homelessness or have a Looked After and Accommodated background.

St Joseph's Youth Club based at St Jospeh's Church, Tollcross provides weekly activities for young people.

Glasgow Women's Aid supports women, children and young people who are experiencing Domestic Abuse.

CrossReach Daisy Chain Early Years Project uses play-based interventions to improve the lives and life chances of children under 8 years.

If any businesses would like to find out more about how to support this initiative (financially or through in-kind support), please contact Lucy Christopher, Business Development Manager on 0141 559 5319 or email



Over the Phone: Please call 0141 552 4267 to donate.

In Person: You can donate in person at our box office.  

For further information about making a donation to the Tron call Lucy Christopher, Business Development Manager on 0141 559 5319 or email

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