BACCES is pleased to announce it has selected three charities/organisations to benefit from the proceeds of its upcoming show, Aladdin, which will be performed at The Beck Theatre in December.The Society selected a cross section of beneficiaries from a long list of applicants representing the wider community, the local community and an overseas project close to BACCES' heart. The beneficiaries are:
Backup Tech, the technical entertainment Charity, is the UK’s registered charity that provides financial support to industry technical professionals, crew/production personnel and people working in the technical supply chain across the UK entertainment industry including those from live events, theatre, TV and film.
Thames Hospice at Bray
Expert care, everyday kindnessTreating everyone with kindness, compassion and providing a safe and caring environment is at the heart of everything they do to support those facing a life-limiting illness.
Thames Hospice are committed to delivering care that is agile and responsive so that they give patients and their families choices about the care they receive, providing the highest quality nursing, medical and therapeutic care within the Hospice and in patients’ homes, supporting the physical, social and psychological needs of our patients and their loved ones.
Action for M.E.
Action for M.E. is the only charity in the UK supporting people with M.E. of all ages and our services have often been referred to as a 'lifeline' by those who have accessed them. They are working to ensure that adults, children, young people and families living with M.E. are supported during this unprecedented time, and beyond.