Why should I become a member?
As a member, you –
- get a 20% discount for two tickets for each of the three main productions every season
- can participate in shows (note: cast members, director, production manager and stage manager are required to be members)
- can propose fringe events or theatre-related projects
- have priority over non-members for participation in monthly events and Open Stage if numbers need to be restricted
- receive our monthly newsletter
- get free entry into theatre related workshops and other activities organized by the CTC
- will be invited to our members only group on Facebook
- get invited to members only socials: our start of season party, end of season party and impromptu socials (Christmas party, trips to the theatre, etc.)
- can vote and stand for elections to the CTC Committee at the AGM (if you are over 18 years of age)
- get a warm and fuzzy feeling from supporting the oldest and most active English speaking theatre society in Denmark.
What does it cost?
Ordinary annual membership is kr. 200. A family membership (a couple and up to two children under 18) costs kr. 300. A student membership (if you are currently attending a school or university) costs kr. 100. If you join for the first time on or after 1st March (i.e. half way through the season) you pay half price.
How do I sign up?
You can buy your membership through Place2Book (click on the link to go directly to the membership page). This is the easiest way, and ensures that we get your e-mail address and name, so we can start sending you information about your membership, and sign you up for our newsletter.
You can also join by paying into the CTC’s account with Danske Bank, No. (3336) 3121 025 078. If you use this method, please make sure you supply your personal details and e-mail address when you pay so that we know who you are and how to get in touch with you.
If you have any questions about membership, please use the contact form below.
Where does my membership fee go?
Each of our three annual play productions is expected to cover its own costs through ticket sales. However, even when they do, we have additional fixed expenses connected to producing the plays, and also administrative costs connected to keeping the society going. These expenses include rental of storage facilities for props, sets and costumes, fees for owning and running the website and costs for promoting and supporting the CTC’s free activities, such as Play Readings and Open Stage, as well as promoting the CTC in general. Your membership fee goes a long way towards covering these costs.
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