Creative Partnership


Become a CAPA College Creative Partner and open the door to a range of business benefits, which can be tailored to fit your needs:

  • PR, branding, access to new customers and an association with Wakefield’s flagship Performing Arts college
  • Access to a wider pool of potential new employees
  • An opportunity to contribute to the education of young people in our region
  • A unique way to support your CSR objectives
  • Innovative staff training workshops
  • Tickets to shows and VIP events
  • Access to industry standard equipment, facilities and cutting-edge meeting and event spaces in the new building (due to open in 2022).
  • Naming rights of one of the many auditorium and studio spaces in the new building.

Ways to get involved


Sponsorship:  We have a range of sponsorship opportunities available; from our annual flagship Musical Theatre show, to digital projects, room naming opportunities or sponsorship of one of our outreach projects, which support the local community.


Sponsorship of CAPA College can help you to access potential new customers, who engage with our work as audience members, participants or as visitors to the centrally located community hub.


Equipment donations: We are seeking to partner with equipment manufacturers and suppliers who are able to donate industry standard equipment, in exchange for Creative Partner benefits.


We need a range of equipment across the following categories: photography, film production, broadcast, content creation, software/ colour grading, sound/lighting, sound mixing and editing (full details available on request.)


Mentoring:  Creative Partners can support CAPA College by providing students with work experience placements, opportunities to shadow industry experts, masterclasses and industry workshops.


Project Support:  Work with CAPA College staff to devise industry relevant projects for students. This will enhance the curriculum and allow students to apply their learning to specific challenges that arise in the workplace.


To find out more contact Sarah Williamson, Head of Development & Communications at