Are you looking for a unique and creative way to put your company’s name in front of more than 100,000 people in Inverclyde every year?

If you are, the Beacon is ideally placed to help you raise your brand profile. Come on board as a Beacon sponsor and we will tailor a package that perfectly fits your business requirements and corporate social responsibility goals.

You can choose to become a principal sponsor of the Beacon, or choose to sponsor a particular season, production, performance or project. Depending on your own business objectives, we will create a package that works for you, matching your customer profile and helping you to reach your long-term strategic goals.

We would like to thank GMP Print Solutions for their generous support of our 2019/20 Green Arts Education Project. 

Are you able to sponsor us by providing goods and services in-kind, in lieu of cash sponsorship? 

Recent successful in-kind sponsorships have helped us with design services, equipment hire, transport and accommodation. 

If you would like to discuss your Corporate Support requirements or In-kind support, please contact: Jill Thomson, Development Manager, by email or phone 01475 723723.


Beanstalk project

At the Beacon, we are committed to reducing the venues carbon footprint and we endeavor to bring a ‘green’ mindset to all our work, operationally and creatively. 

We are proud members of the Green Arts Initiative which was set up by Creative Carbon Scotland to support sustainability work across the cultural sector. In 2019 we won a competition ran by the Green Arts Initiative who asked for creative ideas which tackled environmental sustainability.



Inspired by the pantomime Jack & the Beanstalk, we supplied bean seeds to local schools, community groups and a care home, encouraging them to grow their own ‘mini beanstalks’. Participating groups have also been involved in ‘green arts’ workshops with activities including creating seasonal decorations with recycled craft materials and natural handmade paint.


This project is supported by Belville Community Gardens who have provided expert advice and housed the ‘mini beanstalks’ over the winter.


If your school would like to find out more about this project please contact:

Kate Stevens, Creative Learning Coordinator by email or phone 01475 723723


This project has been sponsored by GMP Print Solutions whose environmental policy is to offset the carbon they produce by planting broadleaf trees in local community woodland.

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