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"Take a Seat" in The David Kidd Theatre

Offering Opportunity
To give someone the gift of a Kellett Education, we are offering the opportunity to name a seat in Kellett’s The David Kidd Theatre. By naming a seat you will be supporting the 
Ann Mc Donald Fund for Bursaries

How does it work? 

For a donation of HK$50k in the central section, or HK$30k in the wings, donors can name a seat on behalf of a student, parent, family or in honour of a friend or loved one. Name one seat or an entire row and pledge your donation over time. The seat/s will be fitted with a personalised plaque. Where possible we will try to ensure that donors can sit in their named seat for school productions and events in the theatre.  

Once your form has been received, you will be contacted by the Development Department to assist you in selecting your seat(s).

If you have any questions, contact

Theatre seating diagram

Name one seat or an entire row and pledge your donation over time.

Please click button below to download the theatre seating diagram rows and seat number.

Terms and Conditions of Seat Sponsorship

"Take a Seat" in The David Kidd Theatre

Terms and Conditions of Seat Sponsorship

  • The wording of your dedication to appear on the plaque must be within 40 characters.  
  • The School reserves the right to ask you to re-word your dedication if it is too long or inappropriate.
  • Dedication messages may not be used to publicise business or religious activities.
  • Once a dedication message is agreed, the donation becomes non-refundable.
  • The lifespan of a named seat is 10 years, after which time the donor will be offered an opportunity to renew. In the event of renovations to the theatre during the 10 year period, or the seat needs to be replaced for any reason, the plaque will be recovered and placed on a wall within the theatre area. 
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