major supporters

Restless Dance Theatre acknowledges the support of:

The Australia Council, the Federal Government’s arts funding and advisory body through the Four Year Funding Program.

The South Australian Government through the Carclew, Arts South Australia (Richard Llewellyn Arts and Disability Trust, Made In Adelaide and other programs) and the Department for Communities and Social Inclusion.

The Cecil and Neita Quail Charitable Trust, the Malcolm Trevor Kitching Charitable Trust, Cook Est A H and the Mary Isobel Field Smith Trust.

The Sydney Myer Fund and the James and Diana Ramsay Foundation.

 

 

                 

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sponsors

Thank you to the Glenside Lions Club for supporting Restless Dance Theatre.

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Community Bridging Services is sponsoring Restless in 2014-2017.

Many thanks to Freddie Brincat.

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Thank you to Bent Creek Vineyards for supplying their boutique wines for Restless special events.

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donors

Restless graciously thanks all of its current and past donors for their kind and generous donations. Big or small, we appreciate your support so much.

 

Heartfelt thanks to all who have supported the company with donations in 2017. We gratefully acknowledge all who have donated $100 or over:

Bent Creek Vineyards, Booze Brothers Staff Charitable Fund, James Darling & Lesley Forwood, Ingrid Haythorpe, Diane Jackson Dance Theatre, Glenside Lions Club, Nicholas Linke, Elsinore Mann, Jean Matthews, David Minear, Gerry Shearim, Rob & Jan Tanner, Caroline Treloar and Lynette Wagstaff.

 

We gratefully acknowledge all who donated $100 or over to the company in 2016 including those who donated to our Give Me Five campaign, supported by Creative Partnerships Australia through Plus1:

Robert Anderson & Ingrid Cother, Susan Babidge, The Bailey Family, Frances Bedford MP, Judy Birze, Val Braendler, Rob Brookman & Verity Laughton, Marty Cielens, Sheila Clark, Closer Productions, Maryann Doolette, Heather Dowling, Chris Drummond & Susannah Sweeney, Rosslyn Evans, Kaye Feetham, Cate Franklin, George & Pat Georgiou, Robyn L Goldsworthy, Ian Hardy & Anne Fisher, The High Family, Karen & Marty Hoffensetz, Lorcan Hopper, Louisa Hodyl, Ann-Louise Hordacre, Lyndal Hordacre-Kobayashi, Jacqueline Hunt, Lorraine Irving, Nicholas Linke, Becky Llewellyn, Michael & Tracy O’Dea, Laura Shannon Lord, The Mann Family, Jean Matthews, Flame Moloney, Anthea Reeves, Ruth Rentschler, Patricia Sandhu, Cinzia Schincariol, Gerry Shearim, Tony Stacey, Matthew Stevens, Bronwyn Sugars, Rob & Jan Tanner, Neil Ward, Anonymous X 7.

RESTLESS DANCE THEATRE DONOR CIRCLE 2017

Proudly supporting the Creative Development of Zizanie in 2017, a new work by Meryl Tankard.

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Ian Hardy
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If you are interested in joining our exclusive Donor Circle, please contact Belinda Hellyer, Development Manager via email belinda@restlessdance.org or phone her on

08 8212 8495.

 

If you would like support Restless please click here to donate. Donations of $2.00 and over are tax deductible and all will have a huge impact on our future. We are most grateful for your contribution, big or small. Restless Dance Theatre is a not-for-profit organization based in Adelaide, SA. It is a registered Tax Concession Charity (TCC) and Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR).

THANK YOU SO MUCH. A virtual high five to you!

 

BEQUESTS

Rest with Restless…

Making a bequest in your will is a thoughtful way to ensure that the vital work of Restless Dance Theatre continues into the future. To request information or discuss the steps involved in making a bequest, please contact Belinda Hellyer, Development Manager, via email belinda@restlessdance.org or phone her on 08 8212 8495.

 

Restless Dance is one of a handful of Australian companies which defy pigeon-holing. The work they do with performers of differing physical and intellectual abilities is useful and heart-warming: but the point is that the work itself is exceptionally beautiful and highly skilled, often funny, and always moving – Robyn Archer (Patron)