Helping Others

UCG actively supports charity and the arts:

Donmar Warehouse Theatre – The Donmar Warehouse is a 251-seat 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. UCG supported their Dryden Street project and the refurbishment of the Earlham Street theatre.

V & A – UCG supported 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 has 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.

Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals – The successful 100 Hearts events fund an Organ Care System for Harefield Hospital and the 100 Hearts Charity Galas raise funds for the ground-breaking technology required to identify genetic heart and lung disease as early as possible through DNA testing.

Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts – UCG supported the development of their new home in Peckham and the Judi Dench Fund for access to drama training.

Garsington – We are pleased to support the new Arts Hub building at Wormsley: a transformational resource for Garsington Opera, providing state-of-the-art rehearsal facilities close to their theatre, for the Alvarez Young Artists programme and a year-round home for life-long learning and community engagement.