Become a member

We are constantly seeking to improve the theatre itself and the quality of our shows. We always welcome new members who bring with them new ideas, energy and commitment. So why not join us on stage and off?

Members take part in productions, on stage or behind the scenes, and help with Front of House, Bar and Marketing. The current annual membership is £20.00 for adults and £30 for a family (2 adults and any under-18s at the same address).

All members receive a regular newsletter and priority booking for each show.

To become a member: download the appropriate application form, complete it in full and return it with the appropriate fee to the address given at the bottom of the form. If you would like to pay by standing order please also download the standing order form, and complete and return it with the application form.

Download member application form

Download family membership application form

Download Information About Swan Youth Theatre

Download standing order form

Download Gift Aid Declaration Form

Please note that standing orders are taken once a year in April. Unless you are applying between January and March, you must also include a cheque for the relevant amount AS WELL AS completing the standing order form.

If you would like more information contact Elaine and Andy Taylor on 01935 873102, e-mail:

Renew Swan Theatre Company Member Subscriptions for 2020-2021

Your subscription to the Swan Theatre runs out on 31st March each year.  The cost of renewal is £20.00 for members and £30.00 for families.

To renew your subscription for the forthcoming year please:

1.  Complete the membership renewal form


2.  Return this form with cheque payments by 31st March (cheques should be made payable to The Swan Theatre).


3.  If you wish to start paying by standing order, please complete the standing order form and return both forms to the Membership Secretary at the Swan Theatre by 31st March.

If you are a tax payer please also complete the gift aid declaration form to enable us, as a charity, to reclaim the basic rate tax amount.