A limited number of seats removed from the Kirkcaldy site as part of a £ 3million refurbishment are being auctioned.
They come in twos or threes, and the silent offers could help generate £ 10,000 to open the thrill of the theater to more people in all places of the trust through the creation of resources for people with neurodiverse diseases and visual and hearing impairments.
The auctions are now open and run until December 5th.
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Michelle Sweeney, Director of Creative Development, said: “Adam Smith means so much to so many people, from generations who have sat in the same seats every year for the Christmas panto to moms and dads who proudly watched their offspring take to the stage.
“This auction offers a unique opportunity to own part of the theater.
“It’s also a great opportunity to show your support for our theaters, which have been hit so hard by the pandemic while helping to expand accessibility to the experience, whether for a child with autism who is performing normal. overwhelming. to a visually impaired person.
“We urge you to dig deep to help us reach our target so that together we can truly expand access to the magic of theater for those to whom it is less accessible. Good luck with your offers! “
The auction will run until Sunday December 5 at midnight.