Thank You Treats
If you need the perfect present for your favourite department, they are bound to love a sweet treat or boozy drink from one of our fantastic businesses, plus a couple for those who you aren't sure will love sugar and alcohol!
If you want a completely original batch of biscuits themed to your show, theatre or department, look no further than Flour and Fold's bespoke opening night biscuits! They can be individually bagged and are available in a range of colours, themes, messages and shapes to match your logos, posters or whatever you need!
Jess is offering special priced packages for anyone enquiring about bulk orders of opening night bisuits through Not On The West End - so get your quote now via the quote form on FlourAndFold.co.uk
A celebratory drink is a wonderful way toast the reopening of theatres, finally. Tasty enough to be drunk neat or mixed into cocktails, these delicious Small Batch Dry Gin, Triple Filtered Vodka and Sloe Gin are all distilled ‘behind the scenes’ in London. For every bottle sold, Green Room will donate £1 to Backup, the technical entertainment charity.
Starting from £28 from greenroomdistillery.com and use the discount code NOTWE10 for 10% off!
Over 18s only. Please drink responsibly. drinkaware.co.uk
If you've got a lot of people to thank, then a personalised box of your favourite sweets from OhMySweets for each department/dressing room is the perfect way. With so many options of sweets, including vegetarian, vegan, gluten free and dairy free, there will be something sweet to suit all dietary needs!
Sweet selections start at £6.99 from OhMySweets.UK
Now you can always have a stage weight when you need one! This little stage weight is a 3D printed mini replica of the real thing, but thankfully much lighter - it fits comfortably in your hand or pocket. A perfect gift for anyone working backstage.
If you're not sure what your new colleague eats or drinks, and still want to show them you care, why not give them a copy of this amazing book of photographs by Nina Dunn, taken during the first lockdown. Given unique access to a host of West End theatres, The Dark Theatres Project documents the beauty of those spaces and the strange quality seeing them empty, when we were forced to almost abandon them overnight.