Why become a corporate sponsor?
Siamsa Tíre is home to the National Folk Museum and one of Ireland’s leading arts and culture centres, playing an important role in preserving and promoting Ireland’s cultural heritage. Each year we attract thousands of visitors from at home and overseas, and Siamsa Tíre is consistently one of Ireland’s most popular tourist attractions.
By becoming a corporate sponsor of Siamsa Tíre, your business will take an active and valuable role in promoting and preserving Irish arts and culture. Our marketing team will work with you to help profile your business and promote your brand to our large and diverse audiences.
Benefits of corporate sponsorship
- Brand awareness and promotional opportunities
- Entertain staff and clients at our events
- Corporate social responsibility – your business can become an active patron of the arts
- Connect with communities – local communities, international tourists, artists and performers, and more
We will work with you to create a corporate partnership that will achieve your business goals. To find out more about corporate sponsorship opportunities, please contact Michelle Murphy at [email protected].
Venue hire & corporate social responsibility programme
Consider hiring Siamsa Tíre for your corporate event or conference. Our principal venue in Tralee includes a 350 seater auditorium, a rehearsal space, exhibition spaces and a meeting room which is also suitable for talks or workshops. The two Tithe Siamsa in Finuge (North Kerry) and Carraig (West Kerry) are also available for hire.
Siamsa Tíre now offers Corporate Social Responsibility programmes for incoming conferences and events. All proceeds support the continuation of the local cultural art forms through the National Folk Theatre Training Academy, while giving conference delegates first–hand experience of Irish song and dance from Ireland’s premier performers. Delegates learn about the history of these cultural forms and gain an appreciation for the skills and stamina required to perform on stage followed by a back stage tour of the iconic theatre and arts centre.
If you are investing in your clients, staff or members and organising an event, the National Folk Theatre can tailor a performance to suit your venue and event schedule. Siamsa Tíre has provided welcomes at airports and opening ceremonies, showcasing our cultural heritage through traditional Irish music, song and dance, and presented folk theatre performances mid plenary during lunch, mid dinner courses or to follow dessert. These performances have been provided in venues in Ireland and internationally.
Buy Siamsa Tíre vouchers as client gifts
Siamsa Tíre vouchers make excellent gifts for clients or staff. Show your network that your business is supporting arts and heritage by choosing Siamsa Tíre vouchers as corporate gifts. The vouchers can be used for live and online music, theatre and folk events, and are available in a range of prices.
Sponsor a performance
Sponsoring a show at Siamsa Tíre will help us bring a production to an international audience. Show sponsors will have their brand featured in programmes, online promotions, posters, press coverage and more. There are also opportunities for show sponsors to reserve tickets for staff or clients.
To find out more about sponsoring a performance at Siamsa Tíre, please contact Michelle Murphy at [email protected].
Advertise with us
We offer a range of advertising opportunities in our annual and seasonal programmes, and our programme and materials for the Festival of Folk. Advertising with us will help you to reach a wide and diverse audience, in person and online.
To find out more about advertising with Siamsa Tíre, please contact Michelle Murphy at [email protected].
Our title sponsor: Kerry Group
Kerry Group is the title sponsor of the National Folk Theatre’s annual Festival of Folk.
Siamsa Tíre is deeply grateful to Kerry Group for its wonderful support over many years. This support which has enabled us to stage a number of new productions, including Tearmann (2006), Moriarty (2009) and Imigéin (2013), Anam (2016) and our 50th Anniversary celebratory production An Ghaoth Aniar (2018).