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Calling all Doncaster Businesses!

You're invited to our Business Social at The Point

A flyer for An Evening with the Artist - a business networking event at The Point in Doncaster, run by darts. It features an image of the gallery at the point and information about the event.

Join us this January for an inspiring Business Social Event, and get the team back together this New Year.

Reserve tickets here!

We are inviting Doncaster businesses to The Point on Wednesday 17th January for a behind the scenes glimpse of national touring exhibition Threads of Survival, whilst socialising in the inspiring setting of the Gallery at The Point. All proceeds from ticketing will directly support our work as a charity – helping us to improve life, learning and health for communities across the borough.

Businesses will have the opportunity to make connections and share knowledge, skills and experience in a creative space, whilst getting in touch with Doncaster’s artistic and cultural life. This event is a brilliant opportunity to get your team back together after the Christmas break, and make new connections as the New Year rolls in.

Doncaster has a really exciting cultural scene and it has so much to offer to residents, visitors and businesses alike. As Doncaster’s award-winning participatory arts charity, we want to help businesses get connected with arts & culture in Doncaster, and this event provides a fantastic opportunity for local businesses to champion the arts, and darts’ work.

– Sophy Sylvester, Director of Fundraising

The evening will include a behind the scenes tour of the exhibition, a performance from renowned Doncaster choir, Quirky Choir, and the opportunity to meet with other Doncaster-based businesses.

The event will take place at The Point, our fully-accessible arts venue in the city centre, and refreshments will be provided. To reserve tickets, go to Eventbrite or for further information, contact Eliza Evans at   


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