Foodbank Drive at RCS

Foodbank Drive at RCS

Published: 15/12/2016

During all performances in December, The Royal Conservatoire is encouraging audiences to donate items before they see a show. There are collection points at every performance where people can donate non-perishable food items and toiletries which will all go to the local foodbank, Storehouse.

Helpful items to donate:


  • Tinned fish, meat, fruit and veg
  • Pasta & rice
  • Cooking sauce
  • Tea & coffee
  • Long-life milk
  • Small bags of sugar
  • Juice
  • Small packs of cereal


  • Washing powder
  • Washing up liquid
  • Shampoo & shower gel
  • Soap
  • Toothbrushes and paste
  • Toilet roll
  • Size 4 or 4+ nappies.

You can find out more about all our performances in December by heading to the Box Office.

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