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Chichester Festival Theatre - sponsorship spotlight on Wiley

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Published 11:13 on 8 Feb 2022

Chichester
Festival Theatres forthcoming productions of John Patrick Shanleys Doubt (returning to the Festival Theatre for an extra week from 22 – 26 February after receiving rave reviews from critics and audiences) and Alecky Blythes Our Generation are generously sponsored
by Wiley; an international publishing company, originally established in 1807,
focusing on providing the knowledge seeker with academic and educational
resources. Wiley develops bespoke digital content for career advancement and
professional development, as well as cross-subject content for science, medicine,
technology and other scholarly disciplines.

Wileys
Chichester office is one of 35 hubs across the world, and over the years the
productions theyve sponsored include the Young
Chekhov Trilogy, Ross, Forty Years On, Hedda Tesman
and The Long Song. We asked Karen Wootton,
Wileys VP Sales EMEA, and Regional Leader (Chichester & Bognor), to tell
us why this globally significant company enjoys their involvement with CFT:

Our Wiley Chichester office has been
supporting and involved with CFT since 1967, Karen told us. We have loved
working with the CFT team over the years to provide unique opportunities for
Wiley colleagues to see and learn from diverse theatre productions they might
not have otherwise had access to or knowledge of. We are also proud of the
recent virtual event we were able to host for our Employee Resource Groups in
partnership with CFT and their Literary Associate, Kate Bassett.

Karen says that
Wiley is proud of their longstanding relationship with CFT, explaining: Theres
a strong alignment in the values we both uphold, our commitments to bettering
our community and our environment, and our journeys to advance learning through
diverse and inclusive programming in our respective fields of arts and
education and research.

inclusive
programming in our respective fields of arts and education and research.

Rosie Hiles, Senior
Development Manager at Chichester Festival Theatre, responds: A long-term
partnership with a loyal supporter such as Wiley demonstrates how mutually
beneficial such relationships can be. We share with Wiley a strong commitment
to our local Chichester community alongside an international outlook, and a
desire to expand peoples horizons and enrich their lives through the work we
do. Doubt and Our Generation perfectly exemplify their forward-thinking approach,
and we hugely value their support.

Last updated 13:42 on 11 May 2022

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