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Thank you to all our incredible supporters, we are so grateful.

Covid-19 – The Covid-19 restrictions are devastating to The Stoller Hall, our staff, our performers and our loyal audiencesWhile we hope to secure government support, the crisis remains an unprecedented financial challenge for the arts. 

We are reaching out to ask you to please consider donating to The Stoller Hallto support our work as a registered charity (No. 526702). We recognise that this time of uncertainty affects everybody differently, but if you are in a position to help us remain a vital part of your community, we would be enormously grateful.

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Gift Vouchers – If you are looking for an alternative way to treat family and friends why not give them the gift of music. Our Gift Vouchers can be used can be used for any of our events, at any time and can be sent via email.

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If you’d like to find out more about supporting us and the many different ways you can be a part of The Stoller Hall and Chetham’s, please email development@chethams.com or call 0161 838 7202.

The Stoller Hall is an exceptional space for performance in the heart of Manchester, and the perfect place for you to discover or deepen your love of music and live performance. The Hall’s diverse programme ranges from classical music to folk, from spoken word to comedy, with events for audiences of all ages and backgrounds.

As part of Chetham’s School, which is one of our three registered charities, we rely on the generous support of individuals, businesses and charitable trusts to deliver our important work.

Chetham’s School of Music is the largest of nine specialist Music and Dance Schools (MDS) in the UK, and the only one of its kind in the North of England. Offering students bursaries from all over the world with 82% from the UK, 10% from Europe and 8% from other countries. We accept students at any stage in their education (from age eight upwards) and places are offered based solely on their musical audition. In fact less than 10% of our students are fee payers. Underpinning our charitable objective “to give a liberal education with due regard to the theory and practice of music” and our Public Benefit aim “to educate musically gifted children between the ages of eight and 18 whatever their social, racial, and cultural background and financial circumstances”.

Chetham’s Hospital is our third charity which owns the land and buildings on the Chetham’s site and therefore is landlord to the Library and the School.  The Hospital’s aims include supporting the Library and School charities and progressing our Capital Projects.

Gift Aid it – If you’re a UK taxpayer you could increase the value of your gift by allowing us to claim back 25p for every £1 you give by joining the Gift Aid scheme. And it’s at no cost to you.  Gift Aid allows us to reclaim from the Government the tax on your donation.

Make a Gift Aid declaration here.