Our Latest Donors:

Ruth Rabin donated a bean bagCharlotte Monfreda donated a crash mat and 2 music standsJim Leaviss donated assisted hearing loop systemCarol Fullilove donated 2 dressing room mirror light bulbs, a clapper boardChristopher Sinnott donated 25 light switchesDale Peterson donated 2 unit of led professional theatre lightingsKate Betteridge donated a music stand, 2 pack of sedum seedsSadie Wykeham donated 4 clapper boards, a set of drum sticksAnne Fass donated a comfy sofaLivia Firth donated a eco handryerJeanne Callanan donated a comfy sofaKate Golledge donated a week's supply of teaMartin Baker donated 2 square metre of green screensClaire Brown donated a week's supply of biscuits, a square metre of green screenSusan Rowe donated a 10-piece cutlery set, 2 light switchesSandra Debo donated a set of drum sticksJo Dew-jones donated a toilet roll holderJanet Robb donated a cinema seatMatthew Hodges donated a mannequinLizz Bennett donated a crash mat, a dressing room mirror light bulbIlinca Radulian donated a dressing room mirror light bulbRebecca Rosenthal donated a light switch, a dressing room mirror light bulb, a pack of sedum seedsKrisztina Kovacs donated 2 clapper boardsLindsay Elder donated a mirror ballAnthea Collado donated a square metre of green screenAnn Kempster donated a iron , a ironing boardRonny Nicholas donated a mannequinPeter Burke donated a kettleJune Kirkwood donated a digital cameraLiz Kwast donated 2 iron sPippa Ridgway donated a unit of led professional theatre lightingMay Farrelly donated a light switchANDREW KNIGHT donated a pot plant, a tapPedro Rivotti donated a clapper boardJoanna Down donated a water glassSarah Nutbrown donated a week's supply of teaSarah Robinson donated a tapNeil Wallington donated a mugE Manton donated a dressing room mirror light bulbJosephine Thornton donated a baby changing boardNathalie Panzeri donated a crash matSarah Heathwood donated a dressing room mirror light bulbSusan Munns donated a water butt donated a week's supply of coffeeClare Dixon donated a crash mat, a week's supply of coffeeLeah Mills donated a music standJen Johnston donated a 10-piece cutlery set, a square metre of green screenLyndel Harrison donated a dressing room mirror light bulbAurora Lewis donated a large professional paintbrush, a music standMichelle Farr donated a plectrumMichael Feast donated a dressing room mirrorRomayne Campbell donated a ironing board, a iron Susan Down donated a kettleRosalind Duhs donated a 10-piece cutlery setWendy Bolt donated a dressing room mirror light bulbJoanna Down donated a clapper boardAdam Coleman donated a week's supply of biscuitsema jackson donated a clapper boardDan Bates donated 4 light switchesClive Smith donated a kettle, 2 light switches, 2 mugs, 2 square metre of green screens, a large professional paintbrushKathleen Nee donated a music stand, a pack of sedum seedsElizabeth Byrne donated a dressing room mirror light bulbKate Trussler donated a music standEmily Horn donated a week's supply of teaAmy Cody donated a light switchMichael Salmon donated 4 water glassesLucinda Harvey donated 4 pack of sedum seedsFenella willis donated a large professional paintbrushDavid Burgess donated a toilet roll holderRowena Russell donated a dressing room mirror light bulbEmily Lawson donated a step into the new buildingRhona Neaves donated a 10-piece cutlery setAndrew McDonald donated a light switchKaori Uchiyama donated a week's supply of biscuitsSian Alexander donated a dressing room mirror, a pack of sedum seedsRosie Brantingham donated a toilet roll holderLucy McCann donated a week's supply of biscuitsJanet Robb donated a cinema seatRichard Laxton donated a clapper boardRachel Tyson donated a week's supply of coffeePaul Donnellon donated a digital cameraDan Rebellato donated a light switchMariana Ipkendanz donated a baby changing boardKatie Hadfield donated a toilet roll holderJohn Barrington donated a 10-piece cutlery setStephanie Molloy donated a week's supply of biscuitsOlivia Freeman donated a unit of led professional theatre lightingRuth Mclaren donated a plectrum, a pack of sedum seedsP G Brown donated a large professional paintbrushDulcie Pearce donated a music standLaura Pickard donated a pack of sedum seedsLucy Jackson donated a light switch, a mugLucy Povey donated a crash matJim Danaher donated a light switchCameron and Amelie Slater donated an iron Kate McGrath donated a step into the new building, a mannequinRhoda Eitel-porter donated 3 crash matsMary Collins donated an ironing boardCatherine Kenny donated a unit of led professional theatre lightingSusan Jones donated 3 10-piece cutlery setsSally Horattides donated 2 light switchesLouise Troup donated a music stand, a plectrumCecily Smith donated 2 acoustic guitars, 2 comfy chairs, a sewing machine, an eco toiletCaroline Levison donated 2 kettlesRebecca Halse donated a light switchJessica Hepburn donated 5 pot plants Gay Search donated a clapper boardSean Holmes donated an iron , an ironing boardLucy Howe donated a dressing room mirror light bulbCharlotte Macleod donated a bean bagLUKE HARRISON donated a week's supply of tea, a square metre of green screen, a toilet roll holderFanny Cherblanc donated a mugKim Grant donated a pack of sedum seeds, a dressing room mirror light bulb, a crash matTanya Clarke donated a mugAnonymous donated a light switch
 

Community Standards and Data Protection

Community standards

The Lyric welcomes comments from everyone.

In order to foster discussion and maintain a safe and welcoming environment, we have adopted the following standards. These are based on the Guardian.co.uk community standards and participation guidelines (available in full here), and have been adapted with permission.

There are 10 simple guidelines which we expect everyone, and ourselves, to abide by:

1. We welcome debate and dissent, but personal attacks, persistent trolling and mindless abuse will not be tolerated.

2. We acknowledge criticism of our programme, but will not allow persistent misrepresentation to be published on our website. For the sake of robust debate, we will distinguish between constructive, focused argument and smear tactics.

3. We understand that people often feel strongly about a play they have seen, but we will not publish any content that others might find extremely offensive or threatening. Please respect other people's views and beliefs and consider your impact on others when making your contribution.

5. We will not tolerate racism, sexism, homophobia or other forms of hate-speech, or contributions that could be interpreted as such.

6. We will not publish any content that may put us in legal jeopardy, such as potentially libellous or defamatory postings, or material posted in potential breach of copyright.

7. We will not publish any posts that are obviously commercial or otherwise spam-like.

8. Keep it relevant. If we feel that a comment or post is not relevant to a show, our programme or our community, we will not publish it.

9. We will not edit user posts to change the meaning, spelling, or anything else intended by the user.

This policy is a an organic document that may be amended from time to time as required and should not be considered an exhaustive guide to our community standards.

Data Protection

The Lyric Hammersmith conforms to the Data Protection Act 1998.

When processing your booking, you will be asked for your name, address, email and telephone number. This information is for administration purposes and if you have provided credit card details, these will only be used for the purpose of handling an individual booking or order.

We would like to keep you informed of forthcoming events and developments at the Lyric Hammersmith and other venues and when booking you will be asked whether you would like to receive this information either by post or email. If you would prefer not to receive any further information from us please inform a member of staff or email enquiries@lyric.co.uk

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