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Law firm takes centre stage with Northcott Theatre sponsorship

24 September 2014

Exeter Northcott Theatre is delighted to announce a new major sponsorship agreement with law firm Browne Jacobson.

The year-long sponsorship deal with the national law firm will make a valuable contribution towards the ENCORE fund which supports the work of the theatre.

Exeter Northcott Theatres Chair of the Board of Trustees Lady Studholme said:

"As a charity Exeter Northcott immensely values its relationships with businesses like Browne Jacobson. Their support helps us deliver a continuing platform of exciting, vibrant and inspiring theatre to our wide-ranging audiences. We are very grateful to Browne Jacobson for their sponsorship and look forward to working with them over the coming year."

Browne Jacobson is a national law firm with offices in major UK cities, including Exeter, which offers a unique collection of national specialisms across commercial, public, health and insurance sectors.

Mark Fowles, partner at Browne Jacobsons Exeter office added:

"Strong relationships between the worlds of business and the arts are important. The Northcott lies at the heart of the local community and has an outstanding and enviable reputation for its work that extends beyond the City of Exeter and South West, nurturing the talents of some of Britains most recognisable and distinguished actors. We are proud to support the work of an organisation that is an inspiration to many and brings huge enjoyment and pleasure to thousands of people every year."

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