Commercial, Public And Voluntary OrganisationsDocument Transcript
Commercial Theatre, Are big shows, set in well known places like central London, with massive audiences, advertised to the highest level to get as much money as they can out of the sales, so any shows, exhibitions, dances that are large scale usecommercial organisations to get loads of money .An example of a commercial theatre is the west end, because of its famous plays. Commercial organisations could be the grand opening to a new film in Trafalgar square which is so big and would receive a lot of money out of it.Public TheatreAre shows that are for smaller audiences and are much more affordable. This is not as large as commercial theatres and are advertised to a lower level so in newspapers or local ones instead of major billboards in well known placeslike commercials ones. An example of a public organisation would be the PaulRobinson theatres that are always sending leaflets and comments in the local newspaper to advertise their screenings and plays.Voluntary Theatre Are shows for much smaller audiences and do not receive or ask for money but they still put all the energy and enthusiasm the other two would put. The point of them is to attract more publicity for free and show people wonderful plays and maybe art exhibitions, dance shows and to educate also teaching them new skills The biggest difference between the three of them, ishow big the audiences are and how far they would go to earn money and to advertise for exampleshows.Comercial Organisations do things to a much bigger scale then the other two and public and voluntary are more local.