your theatre lottery


Q – What is the Your Theatre Lottery?
A – The Your Theatre Lottery was established to raise funds for the club’s player and community development initiatives. For more information please visit the Official Your Theatre Lottery website.

Q – How old do I have to be to play the Your Theatre Lottery?
A – Players must be at least 16 years of age to play.

Q – Can you guarantee the Lottery is fair?
A – Yes, every £1 entry has an equal chance of winning, and the winning numbers are drawn at random from the NYCDA computerised system.

Q – What can I win?
A – There are 1000s pf £s of cash prizes up for grabs each week including a jackpot prize of £2,000, and a £500 Rollover that can reach a maximum of £10,000.

In addition, there are many non-cash prizes including theatre tickets and much more.

Please note there is a temporary prize fund in place due to the Coronavirus outbreak. Please visit for more information,

Q – How much does it cost to play the Your Theatre Lottery?
A – It costs just £1 a week for a Single Membership or £5 a week for a Business Membership.

Q – Can I chose my own Lottery numbers?
A – These are chosen randomly and will be your numbers for the duration of your membership of our lottery. When you enter the lottery, you will be sent your unique numbers.

Q – Can I have more than one entry?
A – Due to our commitments to responsible gambling, you can have up to 2 entries per draw. Each £1 entry buys you seven chances of winning in our lottery. We offer a maximum of 5 entries each week per person via our Business Membership scheme.

Q – How do I know that I’m in the draw?
A – Within 7 days of registration you will receive a confirmation letter and welcome pack which contains details of your unique lottery number(s) and the date of the first draw your tickets are entered into. You will be entered into the draw when you have monies available and you will continue to be entered into the draw, providing you have monies available against your lottery number.

Q – How will I know if I’ve won a prize?
A – Once the draw has taken place, winners are notified by post. There is no need to claim your prize as this is sent straight to your address. However, do keep an eye out on the Official Your Theatre Lottery website and social media platforms for regular updates.

Q – Is there a delay between registration and entry into the draw?
A – Following registration, it is necessary to complete a number of administrative processes which include verifying your payment details with your bank, claiming the funds from your bank account and the funds being received. Payments are taken on the first of each month.

Q – What is the legal framework Your Theatre Lottery is operated?
A- The Your Theatre Lottery adheres to the Gambling Act 2005. The Lottery is operated as part of The National Youth and Community Development Association family and its NYCDA Weekly Draw. registered with the Gambling Commission under account number 5166. For more information please visit and National Youth and Community Development Association – Domain names – Gambling Commission

Q- What is the National Youth & Community Development Association?
A – NYCDA is the overarching organisation which helps partners, such as Your Theatre Lottery, raise funds through its lottery via its NYCDA Weekly Draw and provides access to associated resources.

For more information on what the organisation does and the support it provides its partners, please visit

Q– What do I do if I want to exclude myself from the Lottery?
A – Here at the Your Theatre Lottery we take our responsibilities to responsible gambling very seriously. If you feel like you are having an issue with this, please do not hesitate to let us know and we will take the necessary steps to stop your membership.

Q- Are there full Terms & Conditions connected to the Lottery? 
A – Yes, please ask a member of the Lottery Team for a copy.

Q – Who do I contact if I have any further questions?
A – For questions about the lottery or your lottery membership, you can email the Lottery Team at [email protected] or call a member of staff at NYCDA on 01204 357010.