Support CPR

suppor CPR-sidebarYou can help an independent CPR to continue its programme of work in a variety of ways, small or large: shop with us, donate to us or engage us to develop a project. As a registered charity all our funds are ploughed back into the work of the organization.

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Buy a book from Performance Books

Visit our online bookstore to purchase our in-house publications and other performance titles at discounted prices. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you’d like us to help you source individual titles or curate a collection.

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Registering for free with easyfundraising is the easiest way to raise money for CPR. Shop with any of over 2000 well known retailers listed on and a percentage of what you spend is passed to CPR at no additional cost to you. Retailers include Amazon, M&S, Vodafone, eBay, Tesco, Viking and many more. Please register to support us today.

Become a CPR Member

Support our work by becoming a CPR Member and gain a number of material benefits.

Engage CPR to curate and/or manage your project:

CPR has over 30 years’ experience of creating and managing a range of unique, memorable projects, including performances, festivals, conferences, workshops and publications. We invite individuals and organizations who wish to explore co-producing an event to contact us.

In recent years CPR has been invited to co-produce some of its own ‘branded’ projects with international partners as well as create new ones to meet the needs of commissioned projects. For example:

• Local Social Enterprise Ymlaen Ceredigion commissioned CPR in 2010 to create a food and performance project to help fulfil its National Lottery funded Iachus Gyda’n Gilydd / Healthy Together programme. CPR devised and implemented a brand new project – Out of the Box , Unfolding Feasts / Allan o’r Blwch: Agor Gwleddoedd that brought together visual art, performance and food and in April 2011 five Ceredigion community groups began a 10 week process of working with an Arts Facilitator to design the menu and setting for a themed feast that they then packaged up and delivered to one of the other five communities to be opened and enjoyed.

• CPR’s renowned ‘Giving Voice’ Festival was co-produced with the Grotowksi Institute in Wroclaw in 2009 as part of the ‘Grotowski Year’ celebrations, and its eleventh edition took place outside Wales for the first time; The success of this international collaboration was repeated at Teatro Era in Pontedera, Italy, for edition twelve the following year.

• Performance Books (CPR’s specialist bookshop) offers a number of services from ‘pop-up’ shops for festivals, conferences and events to a our specialist collection curation service for academic institutions and arts organisations. Read our testimonials and find out more here – Performance Books Services.