UCG actively supports charity and the arts:
Donmar Warehouse Theatre – The Donmar Warehouse is a 251-seat subsidised theatre located in the heart of Covent Garden in London’s West End. Since 1992 it has built a reputation for artistic excellence as one of the UK’s leading producing theatres. The Donmar works with the industry’s finest creative artists to present an unparalleled programme of award-winning theatre.
V & A – The new £50 million Exhibition Road Building project is the largest architectectural intervention at the Museum for over a century. Designed by award-winning Amanda Levete Architects, the project will create a porcelain-tiled public courtyard – the first of its kind – overlooked by the V&A’s historic facades, a major new entrance to improve access to the Museum’s world-leading collections, and a vast subterranean gallery space where the V&A will stage its programme of headline temporary exhibitions.
Paines Plough – the UK’s national theatre of new plays. They commission and produce the best playwrights and tour their plays far and wide. Whether you’re in Liverpool or Lyme Regis, Scarborough or Southampton, a Paines Plough show is coming to a theatre near you soon. The current programme has 11 productions being shown in 69 places.
Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals – The successful 100 Hearts event in 2015 at LSO St Luke’s which funded an Organ Care System for Harefield Hospital and in 2017 the 100 Hearts Charity Gala for the ‘One gene all the difference Appeal’ which is raising funds for the ground-breaking technology required to identify genetic heart and lung disease as early as possible through DNA testing.