The partnership that organises, promotes, funds and presents Rugby’s Got Talent each year is made up of dedicated local organisations. All of the partners are very keen to showcase talent from the town.
The Rotary Club of Rugby Dunsmore
The Rotary Club of Rugby Dunsmore was instrumental in the competition’s early years and in its revival in its current form in 2018. Rotary Clubs around the world support their local communities and causes. Find out more »
Rugby Area Talent Trust (RATT)
RATT is a small charity with a big interest in Rugby’s young talent. Trustee David Head said “We support talent by providing performance experiences and running a small grants programme. RGT is a key project for us and we take great pride in organising it”. Find out more »
We are very-excited that the 2022 competition will also be supported by BBC CWR. They have a fantastic local presence within Coventry & Warwickshire and are very keen to be involved. We are delighted to have them on board!
Houlton is an exciting development to the east of our town. Developers Urban & Civic were our main sponsors in 2018, 2019 and will be again in 2022, recognising how important it is to invest in communities alongside housing. We are grateful for Urban & Civic’s financial support which covers the cost of the venue and the prize fund. Find out more »
CV22 – INSIDE THE 22
Main Acts Sponsor
To be confirmed for 2022. Find out more »
The Benn Hall Rugby
Opened in 1961, the BENN Hall has played host to a wealth of famous faces, entertained thousands of guests, and been the setting for many unforgettable occasions. In 2022 the Rugby’s Got Talent final will add to that history. Find out more »
Some notes about Rugby’s Got Talent sponsors and partners
(1) The Rotary Club of Rugby Dunsmore is charity no. 1070897 and will receive 50% of any surplus funds generated by RGT. (2) Rugby Area Talent Trust (RATT) is charity no. 1174109 and will receive 50% of any surplus funds generated by RGT. (3) BBC CWR will be supporting this year’s competition via airtime leading up to the event along with the support of several presenters.(4) Urban & Civic plc are a commercial property development company. They support community initiatives, such as Rugby’s Got Talent, in the areas in which they work. (5) INSIDE THE 22 does not benefit financially from Rugby’s Got Talent. (6) The costs of using The Benn Hall on a commercial basis are funded by our sponsors; The Benn Hall is run by Rugby Borough Council.