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Royal Central School of Speech and Drama

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Founded in 1906, The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama has nurtured and enriched the talents of extraordinary actors, practitioners and researchers for over one hundred years. Our alumni include Lord Laurence Olivier, Dame Judi Dench, Harold Pinter CBE, Vanessa Redgrave CBE and many rising stars, such as Finn Ross and Kit Harington.

Gifts made to Central will enable us to continue to provide the highest quality training, support students who find themselves in unexpected financial difficulties, offer scholarships to attract the most talented students, and support activities around the School which enrich our student's learning experience.

By making a gift to Central, you will join other friends and supporters, who together are having a collective impact on the future of the Arts and helping us to nurture the creative talent of the future.

Those individuals who give £75 and over will be offered membership of Central’s Pivot Club, which is a community of individuals who give to the School to support us in the areas of greatest need. Recently their gifts have been used to fund student scholarships, support student productions and to purchase study materials.

Pivot Club membership is available at three levels:

· Friend (£75+ pa per person)

· Circle (£300+ pa per person)

· Stalls (£1200+ pa per person)

In memory funds
Central welcomes gifts of any sum to the In Memory Funds. When donating, please also email meg.ryan@cssd.ac.uk noting your gift & the fund name.

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Charity No: 203645

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