Find out more about the many benefits of The Met’s membership scheme.
The Met are a registered charity (no. 701879) who exist to bring creativity and culture to our community. We are a music venue, a recording studio, and a home of several performing arts workshops and independent artists. Having access to culture can have a significant impact on people’s lives and wellbeing, and we want to ensure that as many people as possible have the chance to engage in amazing cultural experiences.
Nearly 12 months on, we’re still dealing with the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic. While we’ve made some great leaps in digitising our programme and providing support to artists and our community, we know there is still a lot of work to do. Your support enables us to continue adapting our work to the changing situation, and deliver brilliant projects designed to uplift, entertain and inspire our audiences.
How can you help us?
- Keep buying tickets – We’re getting closer to the day when we can welcome you all back with open arms. Buying tickets is vital in ensuring our cashflow and ability to make sure we can hang on until then.
- Gift vouchers – Online shopping for birthdays is tricky, right? Why not give the gift of a brilliant night out to look forward to, and support the arts at the same time.
- Membership – Membership matters. Your regular support means we can dream bigger, and deliver sooner. Many of our projects are funded by the money generated by memberships, so if you want to make a lasting impact on our work, this is the way to do it.
- Donate – Donations have never had more of an impact on our ability to support our community. They help us combat losses from cancelled and rescheduled shows, fund new livestream performances and keep our workshop groups running.
If you’ve already got tickets for an event that is cancelled or rescheduled then we’ll be getting in touch with you soon.
We are grateful to our corporate sponsors for their support. Their contribution to The Met is absolutely vital. They help us make our work accessible, and make a difference to the lives of local people.
As we all do our bit to help keep our communities safe and healthy, The Met has to close its doors (temporarily) to the public. This goes against everything we aim to be; inclusive, welcoming and packed with music, creativity and happy people. Which means we’re looking ahead to when we can re-open, and what we can do in the meantime to keep reaching people.
We’re proud to have patrons who value our work and lend us their influence. Our patrons are prominent in the arts and business, they speak for us and help us to spread the word about the great work we do.
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