Play the
leading role

Throughout its history, the Royal Theatre has been sustained by the community. It’s the patronage and contributions of movie-goers that have kept the experience of the theatre alive. Now is your chance to show support and bring this building back to life. With a new projection room, more seating, refurbished flooring, an upgraded museum and of course the Candy Bar, we need and thank you for your support.

Help preserve the theatre.

 

Every donation counts

Help us preserve this unique part of Australian cinema history, establish a new cultural hub for
the Winton community, and ensure the inspiring journey is sustained for generations to come.

For the complete royal experience

Become a Foundation Member of The Royal Theatre Winton, Australia’s most iconic open-air theatre. Your membership will directly contribute to this ol’ gal’s makeover so that it will become an arts and cultural hub for the Winton community and all visitors to Outback Queensland.

As a Royal Foundation Member, a nameplate will be dedicated to you and will be proudly displayed on one of the iconic canvas chairs in the theatre – your own Royal Deckchair. As a part of our theatre’s royalty, you will also receive special privileges including free movies at The Royal Theatre Winton and discounted tickets to Royal Theatre events hosted by Winton Movies Inc.*

 

*Only available for events hosted by Winton Movies Inc.

$1000 Foundation Memberships — Secure Yours Now – LIMITED NUMBERS

Foundation Member Benefits

A royal
deckchair

You will become royalty with a personalised nameplate proudly displayed on one of our iconic canvas deckchairs.

(Purchaser nominates inscription.)

VIP
Status

As part of your membership, you will receive discounted rates* to special hosted events as well as exclusive offers.

 

(Only valid on WMI-hosted events.)

Free
Entry

Gain free entry to all WMI-hosted cinematic events as a benefit of being a Foundation Member.

Preserve
History

Contribute to the restoration of not just the theatre itself, but Australian cinema history as a new cultural epicentre.